American Cruise Lines News

American Cruise Lines expands sales team to meet growing demand

American Cruise Lines expands sales team to meet growing demand

25 January 2018 Cruise News

Andy Magistrale and Cindy Christen have joined the American Cruise Lines’ sales team as business development managers for the south-east and north-west regions, as well as California and Arizona. American Cruise Lines has had record sales over the past year and is increasing the size and depth of its outside sales department in response.

American Constellation headed to Puget Sound for 2018 cruise season

American Constellation headed to Puget Sound for 2018 cruise season

10 January 2018 Cruise News

American Cruise Lines’ ship, American Constellation, is on its way to Puget Sound for the 2018 Pacific Northwest cruise season. The new ship left Florida last week, after concluding a successful 2017 inaugural season on the East Coast, and is now en route to the Panama Canal, and is expected to arrive in Puget Sound in late January.

American Cruise Lines triples capacity in Pacific Northwest

American Cruise Lines triples capacity in Pacific Northwest

1 November 2017 Cruise News

American Cruise Lines has announced two new itineraries for 2018 in Puget Sound - five-day Highlights of Puget Sound and 11-day Grand Puget Sound. These spectacular cruises are round-trip from Seattle, Washington, and will triple the line’s capacity in the region.

American Cruise Lines debuts American Constellation

American Cruise Lines debuts American Constellation

26 May 2017 Cruise News

American Cruise Lines has photos of its newest ship, American Constellation, as the vessel leaves Boston on the inaugural Grand New England cruise. The brand new ship accommodates 175 guests and is uniquely designed to navigate coastal waterways.

American Cruise Lines reveals American Constitution

American Cruise Lines reveals American Constitution

3 April 2017 Cruise News

American Cruise Lines has announced the name of its latest vessel, American Constitution, now under construction at Chesapeake Shipbuilding of Salisbury, Maryland. The name was inspired by the USS Constitution, the United States Navy’s oldest commissioned naval vessel afloat and named by president George Washington.

American Cruise Lines reveals details of new fleet

American Cruise Lines reveals details of new fleet

2 March 2017 Cruise News

American Cruise Lines has revealed details for the first of a new class of five modern riverboats destined for America’s rivers. These will be the first to combine the modern styling of a European riverboat with the premium comfort for which American Cruise Lines is known.

WTM 2016: Susan Shultz, director of sales, American Cruise Lines

WTM 2016: Susan Shultz, director of sales, American Cruise Lines

11 November 2016 Videos

Susan Shultz, director of sales, American Cruise Lines talks to Breaking Travel News at World Travel Market 2016. On the agenda are the new ship the brand plans to launch in spring 2017, the vast range of itineraries offered by ACL, and the importance of the UK market to the brand.

Three new ships preparing to sail for American Cruise Lines

Three new ships preparing to sail for American Cruise Lines

11 November 2016 Cruise News

American Cruise Lines has announced three new cruise ships are now under construction for its fleet. The new ships, which are being built at Chesapeake Shipbuilding in Salisbury, MD, will continue to raise the standard for cruising in the United States. American Cruise Lines has always chosen to build new ships, as it considers refurbished boats unable to meet guest expectations for comfort, spacious staterooms, and modern amenities.

American Cruise Lines announces plans for new fleet of modern riverboats

American Cruise Lines announces plans for new fleet of modern riverboats

10 March 2015 Cruise News

American Cruise Lines has announced its plans for the construction of a new fleet of modern riverboats, which will add a new dimension to river cruising in the United States, and a wide selection of new river itineraries throughout the country. The concept for the new riverboats will differ from that of the line’s existing paddlewheelers and coastal ships by offering a more contemporary approach to their design. Modern exteriors and spacious, elegant interiors are planned.