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American Glory Review

American Glory
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75% 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

The Glory is a wonderful small ship - 50 passengers - and this 10 day itinerary from Providence, RI to Portland, ME has so many beautiful ports. The food was the best we have had in 6 other American Cruise Lines trips and featured shellfish at ... Read more
12/14
We traveled on the Great Rivers of Florida Cruise. We have traveled outside the US previously and wanted to see a bit of this country. We chose this cruise due to the proximity to our home and we were able to drive to the port. We stayed in the ... Read more
This was our first time on a small boat and enjoyed the atmosphere and fellow cruisers. Don't feel lost as you do on a large ship holding 1000's of people. Get to meet and interact with the others cruising (American Glory holds 49 passengers and our ... Read more
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American Glory Ratings

Member Rating
Category
Editor
Member
Dining
4.3
Public Rooms
3.9
Cabins
4.1
Entertainment
3.3
Spa & Fitness
2.7
Shore Excursions
4.3
Enrichment
4.3
Service
4.1
Value-for-Money
3.8

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Ship Stats
Crew:
18
Launched:
2002
Decks:
4
Tonnage:
1,100
Passengers:
49
Registry:
United States
CDC Score:
Not Yet Inspected

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