American Constitution

Ship Overview

Designed with elegance in mind, American Constitution carries a capacity of just 170 guests and is uniquely designed to navigate the inland coastal waterways of the East Coast.

In the intimate atmosphere on board, guests will find the largest staterooms in the industry with private balconies that offer incredible views of the beautiful passing scenery. Join fellow guests in the Chesapeake Lounge, located on the 3rd deck, for daily activities and evening entertainment. Small midship lounges are perfect for reading a good book, putting together a puzzle, or playing a card game.

If you’re interested in getting some exercise, the fitness center is located on the 5th deck. There is also a putting green on the sun deck offering great views and plenty of lounge chairs in which to relax. The elegant restaurant on the Main Deck is a wonderful place to share the delicious cuisine of the region, after a day of exploration.

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Inaugurated 2018
Guest Capacity 170
Rooms 90
Common Areas 8

Staterooms

Owner's Suite Private Balcony

At up to 450 sq. ft., the American Constitution Owner's Suites are both spacious and elegantly appointed. Located on a private deck, each secluded suite offers our distinguished travelers amazing views from the private walk-out balcony. The well-furnished suites come fully equipped and offer a sitting area, writer’s desk, sliding glass door, and full-size bathroom.

Veranda Suite Private Balcony

With a generous up to 450 sq. ft. of relaxing space, each Veranda suite includes a private walk-out balcony to enjoy the panoramic views. Considered one of the finest staterooms on any cruise ship, guests will enjoy full-size bathrooms and large living area with sliding glass door.

AAM Private Balcony

At 368 sq. ft., our AAM staterooms are designed to offer the privacy you desire while cruising. Located on the fourth deck, these spacious staterooms are elegantly furnished and feature floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors that lead to a private walk-out balcony where the grandness of the East Coast scenery can be enjoyed. 

AAC Private Balcony

Featuring the most modern amenities, our spacious AAC staterooms offer the perfect retreat for travelers. With over 350 sq. ft., each stateroom offers all of the comforts of a fine hotel and is configured to maximize the interior living space. These stateroom also feature full sliding glass doors and a private walk-out balcony which provides spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding scenery.

AAL Private Balcony

Our AAL staterooms offer all the comforts of home and amazing panoramic views. At 350 sq. ft. each room includes an interior entrance, expansive private walk-out balcony, and a large sitting area. These staterooms are the perfect sanctuary to relax in after a day of exploration.

AA

Centrally located, these 302 sq. ft. staterooms offer amazing views and easy access to the lounge areas. You will enjoy the expansive views out of your own large opening picture window. Each room comes equipped with a large closet and hotel-size bathrooms.

Single Private Balcony

Solo travelers will find relaxing comfort in our Single staterooms complete with a walk-out private balcony. Enjoy one of the largest Single staterooms in the industry at 238 sq. ft., featuring a comfortable twin bed, large sliding glass door, and spacious full-size bathrooms.

Single

Find modern amenities and relaxing comfort in our 226 sq. ft. Single staterooms. With a large picture window, twin beds and sizable bathrooms, these Single staterooms are perfect for solo travelers.

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