Eagle Society Program
Eagle Society Program
The Eagle Society™ is a community of guests who explore America together with us. They share a love of learning, adventure, and the personalized atmosphere that is our hallmark. Eagle Society members become fast friends onboard and bond over tales of past cruises with American Cruise Lines.
Membership comes with a number of benefits, the greatest of which is the comfortable familiarity that exists onboard our ships. Guests and crew both become familiar faces who welcome you back and make each cruise feel like a reunion.
All guests begin to understand the value of the Eagle Society during their first cruise and become eligible to enroll after their first cruise.
Membership is free and is available after your first cruise. Guests may sign up onboard, by calling 866-975-6052, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Members-only exclusive cruises
- Complimentary 11th cruise
- Advance reservations to be the first on new ships and itineraries
- Complimentary Premium Shore Excursions after 3 cruises
- Members’ quarterly newsletter
- An invitation to have family and friends visit you aboard during port calls (advance notice required, subject to availability)
- Eagle Society Referral Bonus – refer friends and family and you will both save $500 on your next booking
Meet Laura Sable and Bill Wiemuth, Eagle Society Ambassadors. Laura and Bill have sailed almost every American Cruise Lines itinerary over the past ten years and have impacted many thousands of guest experiences. Talented authors and musicians, they are deeply passionate about the history of each region we sail. They research, curate, and present an enrichment program that spans the entirety of the cruise. From afternoon lectures to evening piano bar, every detail of Laura and Bill’s presentation is tailored to your itinerary. They are a long-standing Eagle Society favorite, and we are honored to have them as ambassadors for the Eagle Society and American Cruise Lines.
American Cruise Lines is proud to create even more exclusive experiences with Laura and Bill by making them our hosts for each Eagle Society Cruise. These cruises are now fully exclusive to members and will feature special programming curated and presented by Laura and Bill. As your Eagle Society Ambassadors, you will also hear from them throughout the year with news and insights about their travels. They will share historical information about cruise regions, provide helpful tips, and special interviews.
“Had a very pleasant experience on American Star. Jen & Andy on the Star kept us well informed. Our stateroom was good size for 2 and room keeper Natasha was very good, server Tara was perfect and food choices were excellent. Shore excursions were well organized. Received a nice discount for the next cruise with extra perks when you belong to the Eagle Society. I enjoyed a nice glass of wine on the balcony every evening. Have 3 more cruises booked. Thank you, American Cruise Lines!”
– Rose T. - Historic South & Golden Isles
“Just took American Symphony from New Orleans to Memphis, with stops in Natchez - not to be missed The Candlelight tour of The Towers and the Houmas House. Winding lazily up the Mississippi River was especially relaxing. Everything was well orchestrated, from the crew delivering your bags in a nano second to the clean and well-appointed room with a balcony, a history lecturer telling stories of the river, an artist teaching watercolor classes, and a wonderful chef and crew preparing lovely authentic New Orleans cuisine. I’ll be back to take another cruise as an Eagle Society Member.”
– Kenny B. - Lower Mississippi
“This was our 14th cruise on American Cruise Lines so, obviously, we are satisfied with ACL overall. The food was good at every meal. We seated ourselves at tables served by 4 of the dining servers and they were all very good to excellent. The Hotel Manager was one of the best that we have had. He was attentive to our needs and especially attentive to Eagle Society passengers. He was an absolute hoot playing bingo! The weather cooperated and the "unprotected" parts of the Inland Passage were relatively smooth. This cruise only encouraged us to take more cruises – so we booked two more!”
– Thomas N. - Alaska Inland Passage
Eagle Society™ Cruises
Eagle Society™ Cruises
2024 Eagle Society Cruises
aboard American Eagle • April 1, 2024
aboard American Melody • April 19, 2024
aboard American Song • June 15, 2024
aboard American Symphony • July 12, 2024
aboard American Harmony • August 1, 2024