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American Cruise Lines Ship Reviews

American Eagle
American Eagle
Ranked #1 of 7 American Cruise Lines Ships
88% Loved It
  • Traditional Mississippi paddlewheeler
  • Large staterooms with private balconies
  • Excellent food including Southern-style favourites
  • Launched: 2015; Passengers: 150
Queen of the Mississippi
Queen of the Mississippi Slideshow
Queen of the Mississippi
Ranked #2 of 7 American Cruise Lines Ships
78% Loved It
  • Browse our slideshow for a taste of the Queen of the Mississippi sailing experience
  • First new paddlewheeler built specifically for the Mississippi in nearly 20 years
  • Daily educational presentation and entertainment
  • Launched: 2012; Passengers: 150
American Glory
American Glory
Ranked #3 of 7 American Cruise Lines Ships
75% Loved It
  • Sails the East Coast from Maine to Florida
  • Country-club atmosphere onboard
  • Open seating in the dining room encourages socializing
  • Launched: 2002; Passengers: 49
Ranked #4 of 7 American Cruise Lines Ships
71% Loved It
  • U.S.-flagged ship cruises in Maine, Historic South
  • Large cabins, many with private balconies
  • Small ship has stabilizers for smoother ride
  • Launched: 2010; Passengers: 104
American Star
American Star
Ranked #5 of 7 American Cruise Lines Ships
68% Loved It
  • Sails the East Coast from Rhode Island to Florida
  • Two lounges and a library to spread out
  • Open sittings, single cabins great for solo travelers
  • Launched: 2007; Passengers: 100
American Spirit
American Spirit
Ranked #6 of 7 American Cruise Lines Ships
67% Loved It
  • Decently sized cabins for a small ship
  • Even some solo cabins have private balconies
  • Daily social hour with free drinks before dinner
  • Launched: 2005; Passengers: 100
Queen of the West
Queen of the West
Ranked #7 of 7 American Cruise Lines Ships
64% Loved It
  • Sails the Columbia and Snake rivers
  • Three-story paddlewheel driven by "green" engine
  • Received multi-million-dollar renovation 2011
  • Launched: 1995/2011; Passengers: 120
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American Cruise Lines Member Reviews

73% Loved It

The Positives: The food was good with complimentary happy hour and wine & beer with meals. All meals are served with tables of 8 , open ... Read more
by Gardener222
This was our 3rd cruise with ACL and we enjoyed it just as much as the first two. The coast of Maine is beautiful and the excursions they had chosen ... Read more
by Di4mae
This was our very first cruise. We met many people who had many trips under their belt and listened to their tips and information. Our stateroom was ... Read more
by lprice
We spent a week on this boat and I can safely say that as a veteran of many European and American River Cruise ships, this is by far the worst I have ... Read more
by maryelleng
The Lobster Cruise was our first ACL Cruise. Overall the cruise was an outstanding experience. It was a very laid back cruise, which is exactly ... Read more
by Osage Sheri
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