The new Ocean Victory will sail for Albatros Expeditions in Antarctica from December 2020 and will be chartered to Victory Cruise Lines for operations in Alaska for the summer seasons. (cruiseindustrynews.com)
Victory Cruise Lines is excited to announce a successful Keel Laying Ceremony for the highly anticipated M/V Ocean Victory. Operated by American Queen Steamboat Company, Victory Cruise Lines had a successful inaugural year cruising the Great Lakes and American Borderlands and will bring that same high standard of cruising to British Columbia and Alaska with the M/V Ocean Victory in the spring of 2021.
With only eight sailings left in 2019, Victory Cruise Lines, committed to small-ship cruising on the North American and Canadian coasts, is welcoming first-time and avid cruisers onboard with unbeatable deals.
Victory Cruise Lines, a leader in cruising the Great Lakes, North American and Canadian coasts, offers guests world-class dining that celebrates the regional delicacies of the M/V Victory I and M/V Victory II’s ports of call.
Victory Cruise Lines, committed to small-ship cruising on the Great Lakes, North American and Canadian coasts, is excited to unveil a new lineup of shore excursions following the recent announcement of six new itineraries onboard the M/V Victory I and M/V Victory II for the 2020 season.
American Queen Steamboat Company (AQSC), operator of the most opulent riverboats in the world, and recently acquired Victory Cruise Lines, are making repairs, updates and improvements to its four AQSC riverboats and two Victory Cruise Lines passenger ships.
American Queen Steamboat Company (AQSC), a leader in U.S. overnight river cruising, recently closed on the purchase of the Victory I and sister ship Victory II from Sunstone Ships, Inc., in addition to the Victory brand.
Now being prepared in Helsingborg, Sweden, to enter service with Victory Cruise Lines, the 202-passenger Victory II is scheduled to embark passengers for her maiden voyage from Montreal to the Great Lakes on Friday, July 27, 2018.
A sun-kissed skyline rendered a welcoming backdrop as Victory Cruise Lines’ Victory I celebrated its maiden call at PortMiami. The 210-passenger ship kicks off the line’s first-ever Cuba cruise on Friday, April 20. (cruisecritic.com)