American Cruise Lines to Reposition American Pride to Columbia and Snake Rivers

The ship will join Queen of the West (pictured) in the region.
The ship will join Queen of the West (pictured) in the region.

American Cruise Lines has announced that the American Pride will be joining the Queen of the West in the Pacific Northwest on the Columbia and Snake Rivers in 2016. 

The 150 passenger American Pride, built by American Cruise Lines three years ago, has been operating on the Mississippi River. The ship will now be renamed American Pride and moved to the Pacific Northwest to offer 7 to 10 day cruises beginning April 2, 2016. 

The American Pride will be replaced on the Mississippi River by the larger America in 2016, which is currently being completed at Chesapeake Shipbuilding in Salisbury, Maryland

American Pride is currently accepting reservations for its 2016 and 2017 seasons. 


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