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Victory Cruise Lines Unveils New 2020 Shore Excursions with the M/V Victory I and II




Victory IVictory 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.

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American Queen Steamboat Company making repairs, updates and improvements to its four AQSC riverboats and two Victory Cruise Lines ships

American Countess  (Rendering Gulf Island Fabrication, Inc)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.

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Victory II’s Maiden 9-night Great Lakes Cruise. Embark In Montreal On July 27, 2018, for Quebec, the St Lawrence Seaway, Kingston, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Cleveland And Detroit, from £3,320 pp



Victory IINow 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.

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Victory Cruise Lines Cancels 2018 Wisconsin Stops



Victory IIVictory Cruise Lines has canceled their 2018 stops in Green Bay and Sturgeon Bay. Victory II, the ship planned to dock in Wisconsin, is undergoing some updates in Europe before setting sail for the U.S. in summer. (wearegreenbay.com)

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Victory’s Mexican All-Inclusive Cruise and Land Experience Launches




Victory IIFor the discerning travel-experience collector, Victory Cruise Lines has created a nine-night all-inclusive cruise between Miami and Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. The voyage features three of the country’s most celebrated Mayan archeological sites as well as the cultural and historical highlights of the Mexican states of Quintana Roo, Yucatan, and Campeche. (travelpulse.com)

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