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American Cruise Lines Ship Reviews

Queen of the Mississippi
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Queen of the Mississippi
Ranked #1 of 7 American Cruise Lines Ships
76% 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 Spirit
American Spirit
Ranked #2 of 7 American Cruise Lines Ships
72% 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
Independence
Independence
Ranked #3 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 #4 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 Eagle
American Eagle
Ranked #5 of 7 American Cruise Lines Ships
67% Loved It
  • Traditional Mississippi paddlewheeler
  • Large staterooms with private balconies
  • Excellent food including Southern-style favourites
  • Launched: 2015; Passengers: 150
American Glory
American Glory
Ranked #6 of 7 American Cruise Lines Ships
65% 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
Queen of the West
Queen of the West
Ranked #7 of 7 American Cruise Lines Ships
63% 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

69% Loved It

This cruise started in Memphis and ended in New Orleans. We enjoyed both of these cities are part of our cruise. The American Eagle is a nice, ... Read more
by Cruiserdmk
My first impression of the American Eagle was WOW...new, bright, clean, everyone very helpful, large room with very nice bathroom etc. That never ... Read more
by endoahc
We talked about a cruise for several years but had no inclination to sail on any huge cruise ship. When National Trust for Historic Preservation ... Read more
by artist sailor
When we first got on the ship, I thought, "This must be an old ship that they retrofitted". There were duct tape repairs in the dining ... Read more
by LizLibrarian
This was the fourth cruise I have taken with ACL and I have enjoyed all of them. I prefer the smaller ships to the larger ones that I have sailed ... Read more
by drwhitte
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