American Cruise Lines, the largest U.S. cruise company, today announced the addition of four-night cruises to the Queen of the Mississippi’s 2013 schedule. Three days shorter than the standard itinerary length the line offers on the Mississippi River, the new cruises will focus on the various plantations found along the river.
American Cruise Lines, the largest U.S. cruise company, has added an exciting new feature to its website which offers visitors a real-life glimpse into the company’s newest vessel, the Queen of the Mississippi, an authentic paddlwheeler which offers eight-day river journeys on the Mississippi River and its tributaries.
American Cruise Lines, the largest U.S. cruise company, announced today record sales at the start of what it is predicting will be its strongest Wave Season to date. Each of the past four weeks has broken previous company sales records during Wave Season, with last week being the most successful sales week in the company’s entire history.
American Cruise Lines, operator of the newest riverboats and small cruise ships in the United States, has been voted the World’s Leading Small Ships Cruise Line by World Travel Awards. Referred to as “the Oscar’s of the travel industry” by the Wall Street Journal, World Travel Awards has developed into the most prestigious and comprehensive awards program in travel and tourism.
American Cruise Lines, operator of the newest riverboats and small cruise ships in the United States, is pleased to announce it has just acquired a 132-year-old Nichol steam calliope to be placed aboard its brand new 150-guest paddlewheeler, Queen of the Mississippi. The historic instrument, which originated from the Washington, a paddlewheel steamboat which operated on the Mississippi and Ohio River from 1880 to 1938, is being meticulously and beautifully restored to full operation, and will then be installed aboard the Queen of the Mississippi.
American Cruise Lines, operator of riverboats and small cruise ships in the United States, has announced at World Travel Market in London, the introduction of its Discover America Cruise Collection, an assortment of featured itinerary combinations and themes that showcase some of America’s most intriguing places.
American Cruise Lines has announced the conclusion and success of its inaugural 2012 season in Alaska. The 100-passenger American Spirit – the newest small ship in Alaska –operated numerous weekly roundtrip cruises this summer from Juneau.
Phyllis Dale, a nationally-recognized travel agent and small-ship cruise expert, will christen Queen of the Mississippi and help celebrate the American Cruise Lines’ first-ever season on the Mississippi River.
American Cruise Lines, operator of the newest fleet of riverboats and small cruise ships in the industry, is celebrating the launch of Queen of the Mississippi, the first new, authentic paddlewheeler built for the Mississippi River in nearly 20 years. Commencing the company’s first-ever season on the Mississippi River, the 150-passenger Queen of the Mississippi set sail, August 4, on a sold-out, eight-day, roundtrip voyage from New Orleans.
American Cruise Lines announced today that its inaugural season in Alaska aboard the American Spirit has begun, with its opening 11-night Seattle-to-Juneau cruise having just been successfully completed. Weekly roundtrip cruises from Juneau will now run through early September.
American Cruise Lines announced today the addition of a new itinerary for 2013 – Puget Sound and San Juan Islands. Offered aboard the 100-passenger American Spirit, roundtrip cruises from Seattle will showcase the most beautiful inland waterways on the West Coast. Puget Sound, which will include the San Juan Islands, will be the newest offering in American Cruise Lines’ Pacific Northwest cruise collection, which includes Alaska’s Inside Passage and the Columbia & Snake Rivers.