American Cruise Lines Releases Itineraries for 2019-2020 Season

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American Cruise Lines has released its schedule of cruises for the 2019-2020 season. These include more than 10 small ships, including the line's new modern riverboat series. The company is also providing more choices for the length of cruises along its most frequented routes, with trips from five to 22 days in length.

Later in the year, American Cruise Lines will unveil its first modern riverboat, American Song, which will sail from New Orleans. The ship will sail the line's Lower Mississippi River itineraries from October to December 2018. American Song will join paddlewheelers American Pride and Queen of the West and cruise along Lewis & Clark’s storied route.

Also, coming next year, American Harmony will sail on the Mississippi. American Cruise Lines' newest coastal ships will serve both the East and West coast.

The 2019-2020 plan is:

New Coastal Ships:

  • American Constellation
  • American Constitution

New Modern Riverboats:

  • American Song
  • American Harmony

Itineraries & Ships by region 2019-2020:

The Pacific NorthwestPuget Sound and Alaska (2 ships):

  • American Constellation 
  • American Spirit 

Columbia & Snake Rivers (3 riverboats):

  • American Song
  • American Pride 
  • Queen of the West

The Northeast & Southeast Coasts (3 ships): New England, Maine, Hudson River, Chesapeake Bay, Charleston, South Carolina to Florida:

  • American Constitution
  • Independence 
  • American Star

The Entire Mississippi River Region including the Ohio River & Cumberland River (3 riverboats):

  • American Harmony
  • America 
  • Queen of the Mississippi

For more information, visit https://www.americancruiselines.com/

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