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236 American Cruise Lines Senior Cruise Reviews

To see Worth West on Columbia River. Food service was outstanding. The crew was very accommodating and customer oriented. The Captain was engaged with passengers and personable. Dining staff was excellent and attentive to out needs. ... Read More
To see Worth West on Columbia River. Food service was outstanding. The crew was very accommodating and customer oriented. The Captain was engaged with passengers and personable. Dining staff was excellent and attentive to out needs. They were willing to chat with guests and go the extra mile to meet our requests. The variety of food was excellent featuring many local foods. The dining staff was open to special food requests like grilled cheese sandwiches. Bill Wiemuth, our cruise guide, was excellent. Extremely knowledgeable and an engaging presenter. With his wife Laura, they were an terrific team. The greatly enhanced our cruise experience. Enjoyed all our post experiences, especially our excursion Mt St. Helens. This was an amazing experience. A special thanks to the Captain and dining staff who welcomed the visit of a close personal friend on board in Richland, WA. for lunch and a tour. It was a highlights for us and "above and beyond for the crew. One of or best criuses. If able we will look at another ACL river cruise. Read Less
Sail Date June 2017
Wanted to see the New England island but because on the weather did not make it to two of the islands. The small ship allowed for personal service by the crew to all on board. we where able to meet many new friends as we where able to dine ... Read More
Wanted to see the New England island but because on the weather did not make it to two of the islands. The small ship allowed for personal service by the crew to all on board. we where able to meet many new friends as we where able to dine together and travel on the day tours. The captain and first mate were very professional and offered additional information about the ship and tour activities. We enjoyed the shore excursions especially the duck tour in Boston, the Herrshof tour and the mansion in Bristol. The food was excellent offering a variety of dishes. All of the staff where very professional and went out of their way to make us feel at home. We have signed up for another cruise and are planning to travel to Main next July. We hope our next cruise does not experience bad weather and the ship is more up to date on its cabins. Read Less
Sail Date June 2017
From the moment I arrived at the boarding gate, I was impressed by the service given to the passengers. And this excellent service given by all staff continued throughout the cruise. Then I enjoyed arriving to my cabin to find all the ... Read More
From the moment I arrived at the boarding gate, I was impressed by the service given to the passengers. And this excellent service given by all staff continued throughout the cruise. Then I enjoyed arriving to my cabin to find all the information needed for the cruise ahead. Each day the information was updated and delivered to my cabin. I found the cabin to be really suitable for my requirements and very well appointed. The dining was very good with an excellent menu for all meals and included wines with lunch and dinner. Of course I enjoyed cocktail hour before dinner and gave me an opportunity to meet new people. The after dinner entertainment provided was enjoyable also. On this particular cruise the weather was not very kind to us and the planned itinerary had to be changed. While these changes meant we didn't call at all ports as expected, the Captain had to take the safety of passengers into account and I was very appreciative of his decision. Management certainly offered the passengers a great program of extra excursions and activities to fit with the port changes. I loved taking part in all these activities and it made up for any disappointment I may have initially felt. I certainly took up the offer to book my third cruise with American Cruise Lines while on board because I really do enjoy the type of cruising offered, the level service given and the wonderful food. As an Australian, I love visiting new places in the US and these type of cruises allow for that experience. Read Less
Sail Date June 2017
Usually, there are glitches on any trip. Not this one! The food was more than 5 star, the staff were extremely accommodating, the ship clean and just the right size. Loved not sharing it with 2000 other people. If you needed anything, ... Read More
Usually, there are glitches on any trip. Not this one! The food was more than 5 star, the staff were extremely accommodating, the ship clean and just the right size. Loved not sharing it with 2000 other people. If you needed anything, they would help you get it...even for meals. Had a birthday and the pastry chef made me a special cake...it was wonderful! You will never starve on this trip as you could eat as much or as little as you wanted...you have a choice of half or whole portions. As a foodie, I give the food rave reviews! Saw great harbors on the Maine coast and had just the right amount of time at each port. I keep sharing my great memories with every friend I see. If you want to disco or gamble all night long, this isn't for you but if you want a classy, highly memorable trip, we had it on the Independence on American Cruise Lines. Highly recommend this cruise line!! Read Less
Sail Date June 2017
This was our 7th cruise on American Cruise Lines and our first on the American Star. We selected the New England Islands in June to hope for the best weather without too many summer crowds. We started in Providence, RI and stayed at the ... Read More
This was our 7th cruise on American Cruise Lines and our first on the American Star. We selected the New England Islands in June to hope for the best weather without too many summer crowds. We started in Providence, RI and stayed at the Hampton Inn at the airport. The shuttle service not only picked us up from our flight but drove us to a nearby Starbucks the next morning. We were greeted at the docks with deck hands eager to help with luggage and enjoyed lunch onboard before setting sail. The ship was well kept and spotless throughout our cruise. The rooms with a small balcony were large with plenty of storage. The itinerary met all our expectations with exploring famous places like Newport, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. A delightful place that stood out was Block Island. The food and service onboard were outstanding. Everyone appeared to be well trained and cheerful despite any unusual requests- such as could I just have a turkey sandwich for lunch. The chef was amazing and the choices were very good. Our servers were prompt and kept orders straight. The officers were equally impressive including Andrew, our cruise director and Jamie, our hotel manager. The onboard lecturer was very knowledgeable and very entertaining. There are no children's activities, this is an adult cruise line. The evening entertainment, typically a duo signing or playing a piano, were appropriate for the passengers. The shore excursions were usually a bus or trolley tour overview with plenty of free time to explore the ports on your own. We made new friends and signed up for another cruise before we departed. Read Less
Sail Date June 2017
We wanted a small ship with few passengers. This is exactly what we got. We had 15 glorious days with 60 passengers, a wonderful crew of young people, a knowledgeable permanent staff and best of all a seasoned guide in Todd Weber. The ... Read More
We wanted a small ship with few passengers. This is exactly what we got. We had 15 glorious days with 60 passengers, a wonderful crew of young people, a knowledgeable permanent staff and best of all a seasoned guide in Todd Weber. The food was plentiful, varied, creative, pleasing to the eye and delicious. If the choices for any given meal did not suit the chef would make you whatever you wanted. My only complaint was lack of sufficient fitness facilities and my husband's was lack of TV reception for most of the cruise. That said, I believe that the cruise was designed for lots of participation and not TV. I enjoyed most of our excursions and told our cruise director about those we felt were not particularly enjoyable. In closing I would like to reiterate that the staff could not have been more pleasant or accommodating. We have already scheduled another cruise with American Cruise Line. Read Less
Sail Date June 2017
We aren't interested in the large boats that travel to AND from Seattle to Alaska in 7 days. The Spirit took 14 days to go only one way. The trip was very relaxing with a good size cabin, bathroom, and balcony. We felt that the crew ... Read More
We aren't interested in the large boats that travel to AND from Seattle to Alaska in 7 days. The Spirit took 14 days to go only one way. The trip was very relaxing with a good size cabin, bathroom, and balcony. We felt that the crew was always available to grant any wish. The historian, Todd Weber, was informative and entertaining. The food was delicious and appealing to the eye...and if you weren't interested in the given choices, you could ask for whatever you wanted. We liked that our time was our own with limited activities on the ship. I say limited, but it seems like there was usually something going on. Great group areas to congregate indoors and out. You could be as active, or as inactive as you wanted in ports. Being a small ship, we got much closer to some of the scenery. We even anchored in Glacier Bay one night while a black bear looked for shellfish on the nearby beach. Cabins are serviced twice a day usually while we were dining. An elevator made the whole ship accessible to everyone. Fellow travelers tended to be over 50 and well traveled. These two week cruises are not inexpensive but I can't imagine paying less for a trip on a mega size boat. My only recommendations to American Cruise Line would be changing to a more modern/neutral look in carpets and couches. (A minor thing.) also have WIFI that works all the time. (also not a big deal.) Read Less
Sail Date June 2017
We chose this location to experience the lower Mississippi River and the antebellum homes and plantations of the American South. American Cruise Line was recommended by our travel agent. Turned out to be a perfect choice for us. We had ... Read More
We chose this location to experience the lower Mississippi River and the antebellum homes and plantations of the American South. American Cruise Line was recommended by our travel agent. Turned out to be a perfect choice for us. We had some itinerary changes because of the high river level that were very well dealt with by the staff. Very nice room with private balcony (almost all rooms include a private balcony). Our room was on the second deck which was a bit less expensive. It had very nice view and was very convenient to all activities. Our boat had elevator access to all levels. We had excellent entertainment every night, great meals and meal choices and extremely personable and accommodating staff - our meal time waitress was a highlight of the trip and the Captain was eager to answer our questions about the boat and the river. We also met some wonderful fellow travelers. Great time. We will use American Cruise lines again. Read Less
Sail Date June 2017
We chose this cruise because it included Astoria, Oregon and the Pacific coast and traveled up the Columbia and Snake Rivers to the western foothills of the Rocky Mountains. It traversed multiple climate zones, from the Pacific rainforest ... Read More
We chose this cruise because it included Astoria, Oregon and the Pacific coast and traveled up the Columbia and Snake Rivers to the western foothills of the Rocky Mountains. It traversed multiple climate zones, from the Pacific rainforest to high mountain deserts and finally mountains. The river climbed through multiple locks, the Dalles and ended at Hells Canyon on the Snake River. Gentle cruising along the river gave us opportunity to observe wildlife, small villages and towns, and lifestyle in remote areas of the west. While traveling, we were provided informative discussions on the travels of Lewis and Clark, in reverse of their journey, local entertainment, and lovely accommodations. The meal service was well done, with open seating at all meals, and a good menu selection. They cheerfully altered menu items to your preference, and provided half servings of entrees for the smaller appetite. There was a cocktail hour preceding dinner every evening with open bar and plentiful appetizers. With only 140 passengers, it was easy to meet everyone and feel welcome at any activity. Read Less
Sail Date June 2017
We were bumped to this boat after our original boat (another cruise line) had problems. We were extremely lucky to have been reassigned to America Cruise Line. I've been on about six other cruise lines and this was the best yet. The ... Read More
We were bumped to this boat after our original boat (another cruise line) had problems. We were extremely lucky to have been reassigned to America Cruise Line. I've been on about six other cruise lines and this was the best yet. The food was fantastic (and related to the areas we were traveling by). The size of the ship (185) allowed us to meet different people without it being too large and overwhelming. The on-shore tours were well organized and timely--not too long, not too short. The on-board music was fabulous, including the piped-in music to the rooms and cabins, which again related to each of the areas we were visiting. We ended up visiting four different plantation houses, each different from one another. We also spent an afternoon at Vicksburg, touring the battlefield with a great guide. The other days included shuttle buses to Vicksburg and Natchez, which permitted us to get on and off at our convenience. The bus situation at Baton Rouge was not as desirable, due to cutbacks in the local bus service. Read Less
Sail Date June 2017
We've traveled on American Cruise Lines twice before and enjoyed the service and itineraries and have always wanted to see this part of the US. We have a preference for seeing our own great country - and have been to all 50 states, ... Read More
We've traveled on American Cruise Lines twice before and enjoyed the service and itineraries and have always wanted to see this part of the US. We have a preference for seeing our own great country - and have been to all 50 states, in addition to traveling to several other countries. The small ship experience (just over 80 passengers this time) allows us to get to know the crew, the staff, and our fellow passengers. The itinerary allowed us several opportunities to meet "the locals" and have a little experience of "living on the islands". We were especially lucky to have clear skies in Seattle, giving us a chance to see Mount Rainier, and then another bit of luck - on our whale-watching side-trip, we found ourselves in the middle of five (!) pods of orcas. The guest speaker, a naturalist who makes her home on one of the San Juan Islands, was knowledgeable, personable and engaging. Our service staff made sure that our every need and want was satisfied. The Captain was accessible and engaging - and very skilled. We don't have any disabilities, so I can't speak to that personally, although my sense from talking to others who did have disabilities, the ship has some cabins that are designed to accommodate certain disabilities. For those with severe disabilities, I'd encourage discussing these with the booking staff - the small ship configuration may or may not be the best choice - there were days when the ramp to get on and off the ship was rather steep, because of tidal differences. This wasn't a problem for us, but could be if you have significant mobility issues. I'd highly recommend this cruise and American Cruise Lines! We plan to travel with them again in the future. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
We wanted to experience A smaller cruise ship with less people. We really enjoyed it felt more relaxed. The food was excellent also cocktail hour, hors d'oeuvres were great. Shannon, The hotel manager was very accommodating, I ... Read More
We wanted to experience A smaller cruise ship with less people. We really enjoyed it felt more relaxed. The food was excellent also cocktail hour, hors d'oeuvres were great. Shannon, The hotel manager was very accommodating, I wanted to have my clothes cleaned and she did that for me even though it wasn't one of the options that you can do. I think every crew ship should have that accommodations for their customers to have their clothes clean, when you're paying top dollar especially. We were also disappointed with the age group we didn't know that it geared towards elderly. ( that should have been stated in the brochure ). You should be able to get a cocktail after 9:00PM. Also, in the dining room you shouldn't be charged five dollars if you get a cocktail. I thought that was very tacky. Overall we enjoyed the cruise and probably would do the small ship again with "American cruise lines" Maine Harbors Rosemarie Lancha Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
We saw this cruise advertised in the AARP magazine, so when friends suggested we join them, we signed up. The cabin was very nice and spacious, and very clean, with good storage space for clothes and bathroom items. The food was really ... Read More
We saw this cruise advertised in the AARP magazine, so when friends suggested we join them, we signed up. The cabin was very nice and spacious, and very clean, with good storage space for clothes and bathroom items. The food was really good, similar to that of Princess Cruise Line, with a nice variety and plated beautifully. Service was great. We had a very personable waiter for meals, and all the staff was very friendly and helpful. While the cost is significantly higher than large ship cruising, it was very relaxing to be on a smaller boat with less than 200 people. I have a motion sickness issue on most modes of transportation, but there was very little motion on this boat and I was not ill at all. The included excursions were very interesting and the port stops very nice. The water was high in the Mississippi, so we docked at different docks sometimes, but arrangements for the promised excursions were made, so the trip was not affected. The tour of the wheelhouse was very interesting with the very young, very experienced, very personable captain. The trip exceeded our expectations. We are booked on another trip with ACL next year on the Columbia and Snake Rivers. Can't wait. I would highly recommend this trip and am sure others offered by ACL are great also. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
Really love the idea of seeing AMERICA! We went on an 11 night Cruise to New England. There were about 120 guest on this new boat. It was smooth and the rooms were amazing with nice balconies. The staff is all American and made up of ... Read More
Really love the idea of seeing AMERICA! We went on an 11 night Cruise to New England. There were about 120 guest on this new boat. It was smooth and the rooms were amazing with nice balconies. The staff is all American and made up of respectable young people who really want to make your vacation relaxing and wonderful. The FOOD was 5Star and we ate lobster almost every day! We went in late May and it was cool, so if doing this again, June might be better for weather but there were no crowds and the towns were lovely. Started in Boston, MA, Went to Bar Harbor, ME; Boothbay Harbor, ME; Camden, ME (my favorite); Rockland, ME, Portland, ME; Newport, RI; Martha's Vineyard, MA; Provincetown, MA and back to Boston, MA. In Newport, RI we went on a really cool trolley tour of several mansions including the BREAKERS. Will definitely recommend this for anyone wanting to see America's East Coast. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
We have used American Cruise Lines before (New Orleans R/T; Columbia and Snake Rivers) and were very impressed with the size of the staterooms; the food service; the helpfulness and friendliness of the crew members; and the cleanliness of ... Read More
We have used American Cruise Lines before (New Orleans R/T; Columbia and Snake Rivers) and were very impressed with the size of the staterooms; the food service; the helpfulness and friendliness of the crew members; and the cleanliness of the ships in general. The experts they had on board to give information regarding the cruise area were just that: very knowledgeable and very approachable. The visit to the ports of call are generally well run and they make you realize how much you do not know about the USA. We were on the Chesapeake cruise and outside of Yorktown and Williamsburg, visited places that we had not known existed and enjoyed them thoroughly. We are definitely fans of American Cruise Lines and have already signed up for the Maine Coast and Harbors cruise for next year. (And no long, redeye flights to Europe needed to reach the port of embarkation!!) Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
7th cruise with American Cruise Lines and each getting better. Looking forward to #8 in August.. This was a brand new ship and only on it's second cruise. Some problems with the free wi-fi and on board printers but again the ... Read More
7th cruise with American Cruise Lines and each getting better. Looking forward to #8 in August.. This was a brand new ship and only on it's second cruise. Some problems with the free wi-fi and on board printers but again the staff printed our airline boarding passes for us. As usual the food and the happy hour with an open bar and great snacks was enjoyed by all. One of the best things about American Cruise Lines is that they employ (but only for 16 weeks) American college students and to meet with them on a daily basis and hear their hopes and dreams for the future is refreshing. On a previous cruise high water prevented the ship from completing the trip. So the company changed the destination and provided all shore trips at no cost and rearranged everyone's air at no cost to the passenger. I have done many big ship cruises and a number lf over seas (Europe, Russia, Egypt) river cruise but none can compare with the experience on American cruise Lines,. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
My husband and I have always wanted to go into British Columbia to see the beautiful Butchart Gardens in Victoria. This was a perfect way to do it. From the time that we arrived at the ship until we got off the experience was ... Read More
My husband and I have always wanted to go into British Columbia to see the beautiful Butchart Gardens in Victoria. This was a perfect way to do it. From the time that we arrived at the ship until we got off the experience was wonderful. The staff, the food, even the rooms were great...American Cruise line has a good grasp of knowing what the more mature folks want in a cruise for length, the ports of calls where easy for us to get around, the folks that were at the Ports of Call were very knowledgeable. This being our first time on a small sailing vessel, it was a wonderful experience, you had a better chance on knowing the other people who were sailing, they were not just someone you passed in the hallway, but someone you got to know. Would love to take another cruise with this company in the New England states next year. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
We wanted a vacation with easy access on board and on the daily outings. This ship is designed for that. Starting with the ramp with rails on both side to get on and off, the bars in the bathroom and shower for stability, and the ... Read More
We wanted a vacation with easy access on board and on the daily outings. This ship is designed for that. Starting with the ramp with rails on both side to get on and off, the bars in the bathroom and shower for stability, and the elevators to take you from floor to floor as necessary. The staff was amazingly accommodating to any and all of your requests. They were eager to do whatever was necessary to make your stay enjoyable and effortless. They even had golf carts with staff driving them to help you up and down the levees where necessary. When we went on a daily outing, they didn't just drop us onto the bus, but had a staff person along with the tour person. They seemed to have thought of everything! The food was great and portioned correctly and not high in salt. The nightly entertainment was friendly,(southern hospitality I guess) well planned to give you a variety of the music and stories of the area as we moved up the mighty Mississippi. The complimentary daily tours went to places that were well worth your time and added to your education of the south in former days. Open seating in the dining room for all meals at small tables, allowed us to get to hear many different people's stories and get a family feel. There was plenty of wait staff and even the officers helped in the dining room at dinner to be sure you got what you wanted quickly. It was a trip well worth the cost and we can't stop talking about it to others. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
Near to places where family lives. Wanted to go to Williamsburg. Didn't like paying for other people to drink as much as they wanted as I barely drink. Don't think I will chose a cruise with unlimited alcohol included. WiFI was ... Read More
Near to places where family lives. Wanted to go to Williamsburg. Didn't like paying for other people to drink as much as they wanted as I barely drink. Don't think I will chose a cruise with unlimited alcohol included. WiFI was awful. We did sign up for another cruise, lots of pressure to do so. Felt like a pyramid scheme. Entertainment was just average, especially compared to other cruises we have been on. Not sure we will do another one after the next one. Seemed to make excursions out of places that were not all that interesting. The 1 1/2 hr ride for the crab feed and back again was not comfortable and the lunch was not worth it. Norm on board was very funny and informative. Let's hope the person on the Lewis and Clark trip is just as informative and funny. I will be disappointed if he is not. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
This cruise was our first but will not be our last. Having heard many cruise stories my wife and I were prepared for the worst but surprise - no worries just great service and six days of enjoyment. We found Baltimore to be a little dated ... Read More
This cruise was our first but will not be our last. Having heard many cruise stories my wife and I were prepared for the worst but surprise - no worries just great service and six days of enjoyment. We found Baltimore to be a little dated but what the heck the city has been around several hundred years. The ship on the other hand was only a week old and our trip was it's second voyage. The staff was very helpful and in no time at all we were sailing veterans. Our cabin was 502 top deck and top price. I did not see much difference when I compared the cabin to other cabins on the lower decks. This was definitely a seniors cruise with the majority of the passengers already on the Social Security rolls. Entertainment was limited but had I wanted entertainment I would have gone to Broadway. I was looking for peace and quite with a little sighting seeing and I found it on this cruise. We did enjoy Dr. Harold Cones who gave several lectures on the Chesapeake Bay environment. We are now experts in the life of a crab! The food was superb and served in ample quantities and if the first serving as not sufficient many ordered a second serving. Same with the drinks. I drink non alcohol beer which was not available the first evening. but when requested I was told it would be added to stock which it was at the next port. Every request was meet with a smile and a can do attitude. I really enjoyed the decks where I spent the early morning watching the sun rise while drinking coffee and eating fresh pastries and fruit. I guess you could call me a satisfied customer as I have already booked another cruise for this Fall. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
We chose this cruise because we have sailed with American Cruise Lines before and had a fabulous experience. We try to alternate between theEast Coast and West Coast... last year we did the Snake and Columbia Rivers. This year we chose ... Read More
We chose this cruise because we have sailed with American Cruise Lines before and had a fabulous experience. We try to alternate between theEast Coast and West Coast... last year we did the Snake and Columbia Rivers. This year we chose the Chesapeake Bay because we have never been there and we wanted to experience this wonderful new ship. We were on the second cruise of this ship ! Everything was wonderful. Food is top notch, fresh and well prepared. The staff is very professional and go out of their way for the passengers and lovely rooms... amenities and off ship tours are exceptional. We enjoyed the Constellation so much we booked next years trip to Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands. We are looking forward to our next Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
We have wanted to cruise the Chesapeake for sometime. This trip was very informative as we learned much about the history of colonial America & also much about the history of the seafood industry that is there. The brand new ... Read More
We have wanted to cruise the Chesapeake for sometime. This trip was very informative as we learned much about the history of colonial America & also much about the history of the seafood industry that is there. The brand new Constellation is a beautiful ship and the crew & staff could not have been better. Maximum capacity is 160 passengers, which is nice & you get to know your fellow cruisers. The cabin was roomy and we never felt cramped or crowed when in our stateroom. The meals were excellent too. Shore excursions were enjoyable, as we had the opportunity to go to some smaller places like Crisfield, Tangier Island, St. Michael, etc.. We like American Cruise lines because it is for a more mature, discerning cruiser. There are NO families with lots of small children running all over the place playing & yelling. We will be traveling with this cruise line again. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
The maiden voyage of the brand new Constellation was outstanding. This was our 7th cruise with American Cruise Lines and they surpassed our expectations again. We booked our 8th cruise in Alaska for next summer. The food was very good ... Read More
The maiden voyage of the brand new Constellation was outstanding. This was our 7th cruise with American Cruise Lines and they surpassed our expectations again. We booked our 8th cruise in Alaska for next summer. The food was very good - a lot of crab since it was the Chesapeake Bay. Didn't like the beef one evening, but the rest of the time the meals were presented nicely and delicious. Good to see Chef Tom again and Jonathan. Servers in the dining room anticipated our needs. Saw Drew and Kyle, which was nice too. We love how they know our names when we arrive to the boat. The decorations were very nice. The older ships in the fleet should be renovated to look like this. The tours were nice, especially Annapolis. Cambridge was lacking, but we enjoyed the schooner tour. Oxford was lovely, St. Michael's was beautiful. Wish that they would arrange a tour to the ship yard. Great time and we are looking forward to being back soon. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
We have been cruising with American Cruise Lines for the past six cruises. We love so much about them. The ships are beautiful, the staff is wonderful, the excursions are terrific. I am vegetarian. The chefs have always done an amazing ... Read More
We have been cruising with American Cruise Lines for the past six cruises. We love so much about them. The ships are beautiful, the staff is wonderful, the excursions are terrific. I am vegetarian. The chefs have always done an amazing job preparing my meals. The food is amazing. The wait staff are so well trained. We always have one or two that we'd like to bring home with us. Our rooms are kept quiet clean. On most of the cruises, they been big and roomy. We always get a balcony too, which is a nice plus. Meeting the captain is always a pleasure. This trip, I took the tour of the pilot house. I am glad I did. It was quite informative. The captain entertained all types of questions. He was great. We have already booked two more cruises with American Cruise Line. We look forward to these adventures. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
We were planning to visit our daughter and son-in-law in Seattle this spring, and we chose this cruise so that we could do both. From the embarkation on, everything went beautifully. We enjoyed the ports, the food, the comfort, the ... Read More
We were planning to visit our daughter and son-in-law in Seattle this spring, and we chose this cruise so that we could do both. From the embarkation on, everything went beautifully. We enjoyed the ports, the food, the comfort, the friendliness and efficiency of the staff, and meeting people on the cruise with us. Our hotel manager invited us to invite our daughter and son in law aboard for dinner the last night, and facilitated our "early checkout" so we could go home with them that night instead of getting up early the next morning and having them drive all the way back out to the ship to pick us up. I thought that was just the nicest and friendliest thing to do. To add to the fun, it turned out my daughter and son in law had mutual connections with the hotel manager from the island of Lanai, Hawaii! We are already talking about our next trip with American Cruise lines! Read Less
Sail Date April 2017
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