American Cruise Lines Introduces Three Special Pre-Cruise Packages

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American Cruise Lines outlined the three Premium Pre-Cruise Packages it plans on offering this year. From jet boat tours to luxury hotel stays, the offerings will be available for sailings departing from Memphis, TN; Clarkston, WA; and Boston.

All cruises departing from Memphis this year will offer a Premium Graceland Pre-Cruise Package. Guests will receive two nights at the Guest House Hotel next door to Graceland, VIP Graceland tickets (including lunch), a Memphis City Tour and transportation to the ship. The package will be available on all eight-day Lower Mississippi Cruises between Memphis and New Orleans.

American’s Pacific Northwest cruises departing from Clarkston will offer a two-night Premium Hells Canyon Pre-Cruise Package. Guests will take a Hells Canyon Jet Boat Tour, with lunch at a ranch included, and spend two nights in Clarkston at a hotel located right at the ship’s dock. The promotion will be offered on American Cruise Lines’ eight-day Columbia & Snake River Cruises and 11-day Northwest Pioneers Cruises.

Travelers taking the 11-day Grand New England Cruises, roundtrip from Boston, can choose the Premium Four Seasons Pre-Cruise Package. Guests spend one night at the Four Seasons Hotel, breakfast at the hotel’s Bristol Restaurant included, and take a narrated Boston City Tour, visiting Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, Old South Church and more.

In addition to 2019’s Premium Pre-Cruise Packages, American Cruise Lines offers Complimentary Pre-Cruise Packages, including hotel and transportation to the ship, in: Memphis; Clarkston; St. Paul, MN; St. Louis; Pittsburgh; Nashville, TN; Portland, OR; New Orleans; Juneau, AK.

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