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American Cruise Line Independence

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Quick Overview

American Cruise Line Says......

Small ship cruising with American Cruise Lines is not like cruising on a mega-ship for Days on the open sea. Small ships, like the American Cruise Lines' Vessels, provide a more remarkable adventure, enabling no more than 100 passengers to experience personally and intimately, a multitude of fascinating destinations unreachable by larger, conventional cruise ships. American Cruise Lines' vessels are perfectly designed for inner explorations of off-the-beaten-track waterways and charming ports that passengers on large ships will never see.

Shared adventures and camaraderie are savored onboard and during escorted shore excursions. This unique experience is further enriched through onboard lecturers and naturalists, and special visits from local experts. Small ship cruising offers travelers a relaxing, intimate atmosphere, casual ambiance, an unrivaled cultural experience, and the opportunity to be part of an educational, historic adventure along the natural splendor and smooth inland waters of the East Coast.

Independence

American Cruise Line Independence

Independence - American Cruise Line

Features:

  • Year Built: 2010
  • Passenger Capacity: 104
  • Oversized staterooms largest in industry
  • Most with private balconies
  • Flat screen satellite TV and DVD players in all staterooms
  • Wireless internet access shipwide
  • Hairdryers in all staterooms
  • Individual climate control in all staterooms
  • 4 decks / elevators to all decks
  • 4 oversized lounges
  • Large, glass-enclosed single seating dining salon
  • Designed and built by Chesapeake Shipbuilding Corp., Salisbury, MD
  • United States registry
  • Variety of 6-, 7- and 14-night cruise itineraries

 

American Star

American Cruise Line  American Star
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Features:
l 52 Staterooms Largest in industry
l Many private balconies*
l Elevator to all decks*
l Flat Screen Satellite TV and DVD Players in all staterooms*
l Hairdryers in all staterooms
l Individual Climate Control in all staterooms*
l 4 Oversized lounges*
l Large, glass-enclosed single seating salon
l Variety of 6-, 7- and 14-night cruise itineraries - regions along the East Coast
from Maine to Florida.

Maiden Voyage: June 2, 2007
Designer & Builder: Chesapeake Shipbuilding Corp., Salisbury, MD
Ship Registry: United States
Draft: 6.5 feet
Number of Decks: 4
Passenger Capacity: 100

American Spirit

American Cruise Line  American  Spirit

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Statistics:

Year Built: 2005
Number of Lounges: 4
Number of Decks: 4
Number of Staterooms: 51 (all interior entrances; 26 with private balconies)
Satellite TVs in all staterooms
Elevator: Yes, serves all decks
View from Staterooms: all have large opening
picture windows
Speed: 14 knots
Inspected By: U.S. Coast Guard
Flag: United States
Number of Passengers: 100
Designer and Builder: Chesapeake Shipbuilding,
Salisbury, MD
 

American Glory

American Cruise Line  American Glory

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Statistics:

Year Built: 2002
Number of Lounges: 4
Number of Decks: 4
Number of Staterooms: 31 (all interior entrances; 14 with private balconies)
Satellite TVs in all staterooms
Elevator: Yes, serves all decks
View from Staterooms: all have large opening
picture windows
Speed: 13 knots
Inspected By: U.S. Coast Guard
Flag: United States
Number of Passengers: 49
Designer and Builder: Chesapeake Shipbuilding,
Salisbury, MD

American Eagle

American Cruise Line  American Eagle

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Statistics:

Year Built: 2000
Number of Lounges: 4
Number of Decks: 4
Number of Staterooms: 31 (all interior entrances; some with private balconies)
Satellite TVs in all staterooms
Elevator: Yes
View from Staterooms: all have large opening
picture windows
Speed: 13 knots
Inspected By: U.S. Coast Guard
Flag: United States
Number of Passengers: 49
Designer and Builder: Chesapeake Shipbuilding,
Salisbury, MD
 

 

2014 Sailing Dates & Destinations

American Cruise Line operates cruises along the coast of Maine, Hudson River Cruises, US Coastal Cruises including the Chesapeake Bay on small ships with approximately 100 passengers.


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