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American Baltimore Cruise Reviews

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Cruise Safely During Pandemic

Review for American Star to U.S.A.

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Alice EC
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

I chose this river cruise line because of safety issues during the Covid-19 pandemic. I was a little stir-crazy from a year without leaving the house and decided to stay in the US after vaccination. This line caters to adults and has very small ships and very strict pandemic protocols. Currently, all passengers must have proof of vaccination and must be tested by medical personnel before ...
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Sail Date: May 2021


Independence in the Chesapeake

Review for Independence to U.S.A.

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grandmaR
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

Background Information: I picked this cruise because I had a hip replacement and I wanted to test out whether I could travel independently. I use a mobility scooter or alternately a heavy duty walker which enables me to sit on it when I am tired, because I still cannot walk very far. There were single cabins available so I would not have to pay a supplement. I also wanted to revisit some of ...
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Sail Date: May 2021

Traveled with disabled person


American Revolution Cruise

Review for American Constitution to U.S.A.

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Deepsea1
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Because of a great interest in American History we chose this cruise. Embarking on the ship in Baltimore Harbor was easy, as was check in. Covid testing was performed by a medical professional before anyone was allowed to board the ship. Our cabin was roomy, as was the bathroom. Room service was twice a day. The dining room served excellent food, with local fare being highlighted. Alcoholic ...
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Sail Date: April 2021


Excellent service, plain Jane ship

Review for American Constitution to U.S.A.

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tubabob
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

We wanted to cruise over the holidays. and didn't want to fly. We live within a two-hour drive of Baltimore, and read good reviews of American Cruise Lines and its 2018-built ship Constitution. We had been to every port on the itinerary, some multiple times, so thought it would be relaxing. Food ranged from fair to very good. Some of the best entrees were the lobster mac and cheese for lunch, ...
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Sail Date: December 2019


Revolutionary War Cruise of Chesapeake Bay

Review for American Constitution to U.S.A.

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MrsJ6548
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

We had cruised once before with American Cruise Lines and enjoyed it very much. This cruise was even better. The Constitution was only a year in services as opposed to the Queen of the West and it was all clean and sparkly. The food was delicious and varied with emphasis on seafood available fresh from the Bay, it seemed. The wait staff in the dining room were warm, welcoming, and efficient. The ...
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Sail Date: November 2019


Small Ship Cruising NOT Done Perfectly

Review for American Constitution to U.S.A.

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Letsswim
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

This was our second American Cruise Line experience, after loving our first cruise. But this time was definitely not as good. The ship was lovely and our cabin very comfortable. It was the uniformed officers, or managers, on the ship that were the issue. They did not know the itinerary very well and did not properly answer questions. They alway had their heads in their phones. There were many ...
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Sail Date: November 2019


An amazing disappointment

Review for Independence to U.S.A.

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RRFPresident
10+ Cruises

Being seasoned cruisers on ocean sailing lines, we were interested to try out the American Cruise Line's style of cruising the inland waterway enabling us to visit seaside towns that we'd never otherwise see on a big ship. ACL charged a much higher price but offered a lot less for the money. We already were prepared for a smaller ship with less amenities but found it even more lacking in service, ...
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Sail Date: November 2019


My Best Cruise ever (American Revolution Cruise)

Review for American Constitution to U.S.A.

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cavalentine
6-10 Cruises • Age 80s

While I was born and raised in New York City, my wife had not traveled in this area. She chose this cruise. I found this cruise to be informative and interesting. I liked the personal attention given by the crew and staff to meeting my needs. I traveled alone with my wife's blessing while my wife remained home and had her gall bladder removed. My role in doing this unexpected solo travel was ...
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Sail Date: May 2019


Not up to past ACL standards.

Review for American Constitution to U.S.A.

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rreneker
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We chose this cruise because of the new ship and the destinations. This was our fifth cruise with ACL. This one was good but not up to ACL standards as we experienced them before. The ship was nice, clean, and user friendly, with elevator service (a big plus for seniors). The staff was polite and personable, although some needed more training or experience. E.g., we had to ask for fresh towels on ...
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Sail Date: May 2019


Great staff but pricey Mike, to get

Review for American Constitution to North America River

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Michaelene
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

The high point was the personable & prompt staff, the shore excursions & on board entertainment were disappointing. As I'm typing I can hear "Little Deuce Coupe" out my window on Clearwater Beach, don't expect anything like that, lol. It was our 1st time w/this cruise line & we didn't realize they evidentially target an older audience. No Beach Boys or Eagles, just Sinatra & Sammy. No Jeopardy or ...
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Sail Date: April 2019


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