American Cruise Line Excursions

American Cruise Lines sails along the eastern seaboard, and is the leader in small ship cruising. Its three ships carry no more than 100 passengers, which is conducive to creating an intimate atmosphere onboard. And because its ships are smaller, the American Cruise Line Excursions can include the out-of-the-way cities. Smaller ships can navigate through the narrow passageways that larger ships cannot reach. And the American Shore Excursions can spend more time in ports intimately experiencing each area's local culture, intriguing history and natural beauty.

American Shore Excursions are full of adventures and time to laugh with friends old and new. During your escorted American Shore Excursions, you'll be enriched by onboard lecturers and naturalists, and enjoy guest appearances from local experts. Your American Shore Excursions will allow you to delve into local culture, past and present, as well as allow you to explore the many adventures that await you in the cities along the East Coast.

American Cruise Line Excursions - The Ships

The American Spirit
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
View from Staterooms: all have large opening picture windows
Number of Passengers: 100
The American Eagle
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
View from Staterooms: all have large opening picture windows
Number of Passengers: 49
The American Glory
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
View from Staterooms: all have large opening picture windows
Number of Passengers: 49

American Cruise Line Excursions - The Itineraries

Eight Day / Seven Night Cruise
This 8-Day/7-Night itinerary lets you truly experience the beauty of Down east Maine. You'll absorb breathtaking vistas of beautiful mountains, observe the lively harbour towns and espy the abundant wildlife. You'll cruise into protected coves and gorgeous coastal bays. On Maine's American Cruise Line Excursions you'll see the best of Maine.

Eight Day / Seven Night Cruise
American Cruise Line Excursions let you spend 8-Days/7-Nights "Harbour Hopping" between the awesome islands of New England. Your cruise will include New England's famous whaling villages and popular summertime destinations.

Fifteen Day / Fourteen Night Cruise
Spend 15 days and 14 nights visiting grand coastal cities for a unique sight into America's first cities. The American Cruise Line Excursions include sailing the Inland Passage of the East Coast by all of its connecting rivers, bays, estuaries and canals.

Eight Day / Seven Night Cruise
Discover the charm and allure of the Historic Antebellum South. Your American Cruise Line Excursions sail you through the Ashepoo, Stono, Cooper, and Ogeechee Rivers, St. Catherine's Sound, and the Florida Passage. American Cruise Line Excursions include a journey through Florida's Southern Waterways and Lake Okeechobee. You'll find lush tropical scenery, flora and fauna, and old battle sites of early American and Spanish quarrels. There are more itineraries, call Cruise Network for more information.

American Cruise Line Excursions - Where to Sleep
All your staterooms face outside and are the largest in their class. The staterooms contain a private bath and large picture windows. Some staterooms also offer private balconies for consummate vistas of the passing scenery.

American Cruise Line Excursions-Booking Information

The American Cruise Line Excursions allow you to see the best America's East Coast has to offer. If you'd like more information about American Cruise Line Excursions or want to book a cruise call cruise specialist for American Cruise Line.


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