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Presenting Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers: American Cruise Lines Partners with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History to show that “there’s no place like home”

American Cruise Lines is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, to be the presenting sponsor of the Ruby Slippers in their upcoming Entertainment Nation exhibition opening fall  (October 2021)American Cruise Lines is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, to be the presenting sponsor of the Ruby Slippers in their upcoming Entertainment Nation exhibition opening fall 2022. (more…)

New Look and New Names for American’s Paddlewheel Fleet

Introducing American Melody

American Cruise Lines announced that its fleet of four classic paddlewheelers will be undergoing a major redesign, refit, and rebranding. The new interior design will bring paddlewheel cruising to the same sophisticated standard already exhibited on American’s newest modern riverboats, while retaining traditional elements true to steamboat history. (more…)



American Cruise Lines Accepts Delivery of American Melody and Announces the Names of the 5th & 6th Modern Riverboats

American's series of modern riverboats are all equipped with an advanced retractable gangway and opening bow, 5-story glass Atrium, Grand Suites, and all-balcony standard cabins that are the largest in the industryAmerican Cruise Lines is pleased to announce it has accepted delivery of “American Melody” from Chesapeake Shipbuilding on time. Despite various challenges, the Maryland shipyard continued building through the pandemic and delivered American Melody, as promised and on schedule. (more…)



American Cruise Lines cancels cruise after crew member, 2 passengers test positive for COVID-19

American Cruise Lines' 175-passenger, American Constellation in AlaskaAmerican Cruise Lines’ American Constellation ship has canceled its next Alaska cruise after three people tested positive for COVID-19. The ship took off for a 10-night cruise from Juneau, Alaska on July 4, but the trip was cut short Saturday after two fully vaccinated passengers and one unvaccinated crew member tested positive. (eu.usatoday.com)

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Following positive COVID tests, small cruise ship’s unvaccinated crew to quarantine on board vessel in Juneau

Unvaccinated crew members on board a small cruise ship will quarantine on the ship for 10 days after arriving in Juneau, the city announced. The “American Constellation”, an American Cruise Lines ship, left Petersburg Friday afternoon and is expected to arrive in Juneau early Saturday morning, City and Borough of Juneau said in a news release. (juneauempire.com)







American Cruise Lines National Sponsor of Antiques Roadshow

American Cruise Lines (logo)American Cruise Lines is pleased to announce that it is once again a national sponsor of PBS’ most-watched ongoing series ANTIQUES ROADSHOW. Now in its 25th season, 18-time Emmy® Award nominated ANTIQUES ROADSHOW features antiques owners from across the country who bring in items to be appraised by the country’s leading antiques and collectibles experts. (more…)



Vicksburg anticipates cruise lines’ waterfront developments

Two companies that offer Mississippi River cruises can start making improvements to the waterfront in Vicksburg, Mississippi. The city’s mayor and aldermen reached an agreement with a railway company Wednesday, clearing up questions about who owns some waterfront property, the Vicksburg Post reported. (modbee.com)

American Cruise Lines Makes a Splash: American Melody, 4th Modern Riverboat, Launched at Chesapeake Shipbuilding

American Melody being launched into the Wicomico River at Chesapeake Shipbuilding, Salisbury, MD  (November 2020)American Cruise Lines is pleased to announce the successful launch of American Melody last week at Chesapeake Shipbuilding in Salisbury, MD. American Melody, is the 4th new riverboat in American’s acclaimed Modern Series, and is on schedule for its inaugural Mississippi River cruise season beginning in summer 2021. (more…)

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