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American Glory
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65% of cruisers loved it
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  • Sails the East Coast from Maine to Florida
  • Country-club atmosphere onboard
  • Open seating in the dining room encourages socializing

American Glory Overview

Built in 2002, the 49-passenger American Glory plies the inland and coastal waters of the United State's East Coast, offering a selection of historical and cultural cruise itineraries focusing on everything from the islands of New England to a winter "Historic Antebellum South" cruise.

American Glory Member Reviews

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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 advertised their Hudson River Fall Cruise (on American Glory) and noted it began in New York City (we ... Read more
My friends and I (6 of us in all) were looking forward to our cruise up the Maine coast. We are seasoned travelers and have experienced many cruises over the years. We were all very disappointed and felt we paid too much and received too little. ... Read more
American Cruise lines slogan is, 'small ship cruising done perfectly' but should be 'too little for too much'. American Cruise Lines missed the mark in everything they did. The vessel looked old and poorly maintained. You could see rust and ... Read more
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