The Eagle Society of American Cruise Lines

 

The Eagle Society program was created as a way to recognize and reward our most loyal guests. Members receive special benefits, unique offers and enhanced personalized service to enrich their cruising experience.

Simply cruise with us once and you'll be eligible to enroll.
 Membership is always free.

 

Questions?
     
Call a Cruise Specialist at 1-866-975-6052 or email us:
eaglesociety@americancruiselines.com


Interested in Joining?

Click "How to Join" tab to enroll


Eagle Society Benefits

ES Benefits

 

  • Special savings, cruises and promotions only available to Eagle Society members
 
  • Access to the Eagle Society Referral Program
    • American Cruise Lines offers a $500 courtesy savings per stateroom for every friend a member refers that reserves a cruise with us
    • If cruising together, the referral will be automatically upgraded to Eagle Society status on their first cruise
 
  • Eagle Society luggage tags and name tags
 
  • Special gifts waiting onboard your next cruise

  • Complimentary tour of the bridge and the galley including a meet-and-greet with the ship's Captain
 
  • Hometown VIP Access
    • When a ship is in port near a member's hometown, American Cruise Lines extends an invitation to come aboard for lunch or dinner
 
  • An invitation to non-guest friends and family onboard for visits and dining

  • Complimentary shore excursions after 3 cruises
 
  • Complimentary 11th cruise
    • After you cruise 10 times, your 11th cruise will be free
Eagle Society Cruises

Each year, American Cruise Lines dedicates several cruises specifically for our Eagle Society members. These special cruises offer members a unique experience that goes above and beyond what may be provided during a typical cruise. Special features could include: a welcome reception, Eagle Society gifts, an exclusive dining experience and VIP access at a historically significant venue. 

For more information, please speak with a 
Cruise Specialist today at 1-866-975-6052.



Great Rivers of Florida Cruise

Ship: American Glory
Guest Speaker: Harold Cones
March 12, 2016
  Jacksonville Florida U.S. Cruises

Florida is known for its colorful state parks, protected harbors and amazing marine life. On this relaxing itinerary, you’ll explore historic ruins, national forests, and medicinal mineral springs.  Eagle Society members will enjoy a narrated boat tour along Amelia Island's salt marshes, wilderness beaches, and historic riverbanks and will be treated to local refreshments and delicacies, including the renowned pink shrimp.



New Orleans Round Trip Cruise

Ship: Queen of the Mississippi
March 19, 2016

Ship: American Eagle
December 21, 2016
 
Experience Southern charm at its finest on this specially designed New Orleans round trip itinerary. You'll stop along the Mississippi River to visit historical battlefields, plantations, and even taste famous Cajun cuisine. You'll also receive a behind-the-scenes tour and morning reception at the famous Houmas House. Eagle Society members will be treated to locally selected hors d'oeuvres and Southern inspired refreshments.  



Historic South & Golden Isles Cruise

Ship: Independence
March 26, 2016
December 28, 2016
 
River Cruises to Savannah Georgia
Step back in time on this historically-rich tour where you'll experience everything from horse-drawn carriage rides and renowned seaports to salt marshes known for its active wildlife. Eagle Society members will receive an exclusive tour of the famous Metts-McNeil House in Savannah, GA. This magnificent mansion offers amazing views of the Forsyth Fountain and is the perfect backdrop for a private southern-style reception. 



Columbia & Snake River Cruise

Ship: Queen of the West
April 16, 2016
October 22, 2016
 

Retrace the Pacific Northwest portion of Lewis & Clark's epic 19th century expedition along the Columbia & Snake Rivers for an unforgettable journey. On this cruise, Eagle Society members will receive a special reception at the award winning Maryhill Winery. 



Puget Sound & San Juan Islands Cruise

Ship: American Spirit
April 30, 2016
September 24, 2016
  Puget Sound Cruise

Journey to one of the most magnificent cruising grounds in the U.S. as you tour the Puget Sound and San Juan Islands of the Pacific Northwest. With more plants and animal species in and around the Sound than anywhere else in the Washington, you'll have the perfect vantage point to view sea lions, hawks and more. Eagle Society members will receive a private reception in Port Angeles at Olympic National Park overlooking Lake Crescent.



Eastern Ohio River Cruise

Ship: Queen of the Mississippi
July 2, 2016
 
Follow the route of brave early American explorers as you cruise the scenic Ohio River from Cincinnati to Pittsburgh. Enjoy stops in Maysville, KY, Portsmouth, OH, and Point Pleasant, WV and get acquainted with the small-town charm this region is known for. 



Maine Coast & Harbors Cruise

Ship: Independence
July 2, 2016
Portland, ME New England Cruise
From Martha's Vineyard to Block Island, this New England cruise features many quaint islands, villages and seaports. In Newport, RI, Eagle Society members will be treated to a Tea & Tennis Tour at the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Here you will be enjoy a behind-the-scenes guided tour of the museum and grounds followed by tea in the cafe overlooking the historic horseshoe court.



Southeast Alaska Cruise

Ship: American Spirit
July 2, 2016


Discover America's last great frontier. Home to majestic glaciers, abundant wildlife, and vast miles of untouched forests, it is truly a magical place. Eagle Society members will experience the ritual of a Leikarring Dance performance at the historic Sons of Norway Hall in St. Petersburg, AK. This exclusive performance will be complimented by local desserts and hors d'oeuvres.



Lower Mississippi River Cruise

Ship: Queen of the Mississippi
August 27, 2016

  Natchez Belles on River Cruise
Explore the intriguing Bayou and Mississippi Delta with our Memphis to New Orleans cruise. Traveling into cradle of the deep South, this cruise features historical sites including Oak Alley Plantation and the Civil War battlefields at Vicksburg, authentic Cajun cuisine and some of the best jazz and blues music you'll ever hear. 
 





How to Join the Eagle Society 

 




  If you have already sailed with us once and would like to become a member, you can do so by calling a cruise specialist at 1-866-975-6052 or emailing us at:

eaglesociety@americancruiselines.com 
 

The Eagle Society Referral Program

 




Do you have a friend you would like to refer to American Cruise Lines?

If they reserve a cruise with us, you will receive a $500.00 savings that can be applied to an upcoming cruise. Certain terms and conditions may apply.

Call 1-866-975-6052 to speak with a Cruise Specialist.