American Cruise Lines Opens 2024 Mississippi River Season Announcing More U.S. Riverboats and Exclusive New CruisesFebruary 21, 2024 — Guilford, CT
American Cruise Lines is pleased to announce that the company’s Mississippi River season opened yesterday, with the first guests of the season arriving in New Orleans.
Announcing the Only Cruises in the World to Dock in Washington, D.C.February 5, 2024 — GUILFORD, CT
American Cruise Lines is pleased to announce that this year, their exclusive American Revolution cruises, sailing the Chesapeake Bay, Potomac River, and the York River, will operate roundtrip from Washington, D.C. In 2018, American Constitution, one of the company’s small ships, was the first to dock in D.C. in over 60 years.
American Glory Christened in Key West, FloridaJanuary 22, 2024 — GUILFORD, CT
American Glory, the second Coastal Cat in American Cruise Lines’ groundbreaking new series of 100-passenger ships, was christened in Key West, Florida yesterday.
Five Ships Under Construction for American Cruise LinesDecember 26, 2023 — GUILFORD, CT
American Cruise Lines is pleased to announce that it currently has five more new ships under construction, all scheduled for delivery over the next two years.
Longest U.S. River Cruise in History is SOLD OUTDecember 5, 2023 — GUILFORD, CT
American Cruise Lines is pleased to announce that their 61-Day Great United States and 35-Day Civil War Battlefields cruises have sold out for 2024.
American Glory Passes Sea Trials: More American Cruise Lines Coastal Cats On the WayNovember 13, 2023 — GUILFORD, CT
American Glory, the 2nd new American Cruise Lines’ Coastal Cat to launch this year, has passed Sea Trials with flying colors. American Cruise Lines accepted delivery of the 100-passenger small ship from Chesapeake Shipbuilding on-time as scheduled.