American Independence

Ship Overview

The 90 guest American Independence offers a comfortable exploration along the East Coast of the U.S. Its small size allows for travel through the many narrow rivers and shallow bays of the Eastern Seaboard. The 2010 built ship has all the comforts of home and a casual atmosphere on board. Spacious lounges are gathering points for cocktails, entertainment, or an afternoon lecture with panoramic views of the passing scenery, and the dining room offers a scrumptious regional menu that changes daily. Fellow travelers become fast friends as we explore U.S. rivers and waterways on American Independence

Staterooms follow the ship’s congenial nature. With lightly colored interior d├ęcor and a generous amount of space, each room is a comfortable sanctuary. Standard rooms begin at over 250 square feet. Second and third deck rooms feature a private balcony, while suites offer unprecedented space for this class of ship. 

American Independence is stabilized and also features a sun deck, putting green, and library. The ship is 226 feet long and was built by Chesapeake Shipbuilding in Salisbury, MD.

Inaugurated 2010
Guest Capacity 90
Rooms 51
Common Areas 4

Staterooms

Veranda Suite Private Balcony

Experience the utmost comfort and luxury in our Veranda Suite, where thoughtful amenities await your arrival. At 350 sq. ft, the Veranda Suite has the perfect amount of space for you to unpack and begin your adventure. Upon check-in, savor a complimentary fruit and cheese plate, setting the tone for your stay. Your sanctuary boasts a safe, mini refrigerator stocked with beverages, and nightly "Suite treats" for a sweet indulgence.

From your private balcony enjoy unparalleled views of the scenic passing landscapes. Essential toiletries, including a hairdryer, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion, and plush towels, cater to your needs. For added safety, grab rails are available in every bathroom. Embrace relaxation and convenience in our Veranda Suite, where every detail is designed to enhance your stay.

AAC Private Balcony

Our AAC Private Balcony staterooms, ideally situated on the top deck, provide sweeping panoramic vistas. Offering 283 sq. ft. of opulent living space, akin to a high-end hotel room, each stateroom features a dresser and closet with hangers, ensuring plenty of storage for your belongings. Settle comfortably at the desk and chair, perfect for catching up on work or planning your next adventure. Enjoy the convenience of an in-room single-serve coffee brewer, complete with coffee and tea pods for your enjoyment. Stay refreshed with individual climate control, allowing you to adjust the temperature to your preference.

Pamper yourself with premium toiletries provided in the generously sized bathroom. Whether you are relaxing on your private balcony or unwinding indoors, our AAC Private Balcony staterooms offer an unparalleled retreat for an unforgettable cruise experience.

AAL Private Balcony

Elevate your cruise experience in our AAL Private Balcony staterooms, where modern comforts meet luxurious amenities. Spanning 263 sq. ft., these spacious retreats offer everything to make your journey comfortable. Unwind in the comfort of a full-size bathroom, complete with premium toiletries. Organize your belongings effortlessly within the generous space of the dresser and closet. Settle in at the desk and chair, perfect for catching up on work or planning your day's adventures. Indulge in a freshly brewed cup of coffee or tea with the in-room single-serve coffee brewer and provided pods. Maintain your ideal environment with the individual climate control system, ensuring personalized comfort throughout your stay. And when you step onto your private balcony, you are greeted with scenic views that enhance every moment of your voyage. With a harmonious blend of luxury and convenience, our AAL Private Balcony staterooms redefine the cruise experience for the discerning traveler.

A

Experience tranquility and convenience in our A staterooms, nestled on the main deck. Offering 258 sq. ft. of living space, these retreats are designed for your comfort and relaxation. Unwind in a full-size bathroom equipped with premium toiletries and guardrails for safety. Stay organized with a dresser and closet, with generous space to unpack. Settle in at the desk and chair, perfect for planning your day's adventures. Indulge in a freshly brewed cup of coffee or tea with the in-room single-serve coffee brewer and provided pods. Customize your environment with the individual climate control system.

Through large opening picture windows, immerse yourself in scenic views that enhance every moment of your cruise experience. After a day of exploration, retreat to the comfort of your stateroom, where tranquility awaits.

Single Private Balcony

Discover comfort in our Single Private Balcony staterooms, crafted as a serene haven for solo travelers. Spanning 248 sq. ft., these suites provide a peaceful retreat for rest and relaxation. Each suite features a twin bed for a comfortable night's sleep, complemented by a dresser and closet with hangers for convenient storage of your belongings. Step out onto your private balcony and immerse yourself in the beauty of your surroundings, creating unforgettable moments of serenity. Settle in at the desk and chair, perfect for catching up on reading or unwinding after an exciting day on the river.

Indulge in a freshly brewed cup of coffee or tea with the in-room single-serve coffee brewer, complete with provided pods. Maintain your ideal environment with the individual climate control system, ensuring personalized comfort throughout your stay. Pamper yourself with premium toiletries provided in the spacious bathroom, enhancing your relaxation experience.
 

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