One cannot grudge credit to American Cruise Lines
for making the smallness of their vessels their greatest asset. American Cruise Lines' four ships maneuver their way to places inaccessible to larger vessels and bring before their delighted passengers sights rarely seen. With no more than 100 passengers, American Cruise Lines
ensure that exploration of virgin sights commensurate with the exploration of kinship with people from other cultures.
American Cruise Lines' vessels
There are four Vessels in total. Each of the vessels American Spirit, American Glory, American Eagle and American Star, cruise along undaunted by its modest physical dimensions and fueled by confidence to provide the best.
American Star , launched in June 2007, adorns the waters of the East coast from Maine to Florida . Some of its unique features are that it has 52 staterooms, which is one of the largest in the industry and apart from this, it has elevators to the decks and private balconies- both of which are peculiar to American Cruise Lines.
American Spirit is designed in a manner that makes the vessel capable of steering its way through the narrow inland waterways of the East Coast. It promises to present to its passengers explorations of some of the most historic places in America.
, a 49-passenger ship, is ideal for those who share a liking for something different. This American Cruise Lines' vessel can with greatest of ease ferry its passengers through lakes, bays and rivers.
has enough up its decks to satiate the hunger among its passengers to go beyond the ordinary. It takes the passengers on a cultural cruise to places with luminous historical pasts but bedimmed by the passage of time.
American Cruise Lines' Itineraries
Some of the places toured by American Cruise Lines' vessels are New England Island, Chesapeake Bay, Historic Antebellum South, Marine Coast and Harbors, Hudson River, Great Rivers of Florida, Mid-Atlantic Inland Passage, and East Coast Inland Passage.
American Cruise Lines have established a name for themselves in the smaller ship cruise category. Their undying efforts to be the best have paid dividends over the years.
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