American Hudson River Cruise

A prominent leader in small-ship cruising, American Cruise Lines specializes in inland and coastal cruise travel up and down the east coast of the United States. From Maine to Florida, the brand-new small ships of the American line navigate the narrow channels and coastal waters, providing passengers with the opportunity to experience the splendor of the American landscape, culture, and history. An American Hudson River cruise offers a truly spectacular way to experience the vibrant fall foliage that envelops New England each year.

American Hudson River Cruise - Destination

The Hudson River runs primarily through New York State and helps to form the boundary between New York and New Jersey. It was named for Henry Hudson, an Englishman sailing for the Netherlands who explored the river in 1609. Flow from Lake Tear-of-the-Clouds in the Adirondack Mountains provides the official source of water for the Hudson River.

American Hudson River Cruise - Ship Facts

Each of the three ships of the American line sail on American Hudson River cruise itineraries. Relatively small in scale, the American Glory and the American Eagle both have four decks and 31 staterooms and accommodate up to 49 passengers at a time, respectively. Both ships travel at a cruising speed of 13 knots per hour and offer spectacular views through large picture windows in every stateroom. The American Spirit is the flagship and the most recent addition to the line, having been added to the fleet in 2005. It cruises at a slightly faster pace of 14 knots per hour and accommodates up to 100 passengers in 51 staterooms. For more details regarding the American cruise line Hudson River cruise, contact Cruise Network.

American Hudson River Cruise - Sample Itinerary

Plan for a few extra days to explore New York City as it will serve as your point of both departure and return on the American cruise line Hudson River cruise. The 8-day cruise makes stops in West Point, Catskill, Albany, Kingston, and Sleepy Hollow, New York. The ship wends its way north up the Hudson, stopping to explore some of these charming upper New York state destinations.

American Hudson River Cruise - Small Ship Cruising

The small ship cruising on the American Hudson River cruise offers passengers an intimate ambience and an atmosphere conducive to forging new friendships. The small scale of the vessels allows for exploration of narrow channels that larger ships are unable to navigate. An onboard lecture series and escorted shore excursions enable passengers to learn more about the ports visited and expand their knowledge of the unique culture and history of America. Experience the delight in small ship cruising and experience the east coast like never before with the American cruise line Hudson River cruise.

American Hudson River Cruise - How to Book

To obtain more information pertaining to an American Hudson River cruise and to book your vacation today, contact a certified cruise specialist at Cruise Network.

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