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Baltimore to the USA American Star Cruise Reviews

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Cruise Safely During Pandemic

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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


A week on the Chesapeake.

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triviascribe
2-5 Cruises • Age 80s

Chose this cruise to visit Tangier Island, Williamsburg, Annapolis and other small communities along the Virginia and Maryland shores. The food is always wonderful with accommodations made for dietary needs. There is always a riverlorian or someone knowledgeable in the areas visited on board to lecture and impart wonderful histories and stories. The evening entertainment has, for the most part, ...
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Sail Date: May 2017

Cabin Type: Cabin AAC


Time to enjoy crab!

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bonnierobin
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

I had never been in this area. It was a good introduction to this part of our United States. I leaned so much about the area and the American Revolution from the lectures and then seeing the areas. The Captain and crew were very friendly. They learned the names of most of their travelers and actually took time to visit when they were free to do so. The food was fantastic. Each item was ...
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Sail Date: May 2017

Cabin Type: Cabin A


Cruising the Chesapeake Bay

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Meadon
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

We wanted to check out this Cruise Line from a close enough place that there was no long drive or a flight, before we booked a cruise from this company where we had to add airfare to the cost. We had done two National Geographic/Lindbladt small ship cruises before and loved them, but both involved long flights. Since the Nat. Geo. Cruises were ecco cruises, there were no frills, but lots of ...
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Sail Date: May 2016

Cabin Type: Cabin A


Chesapeake Bay Cruise

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StevieMcD
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

American Cruise Lines always does a great job: interesting ports, great food, good lecturers, caring staff and large cabins. They do everything to cater to their passengers including paying postage on letters and complimentary cocktail hour with fabulous hors d'oevres. We stopped at various ports on the Chespeake Bay and had very interesting shore excursions. In Chrisfield we took the ferry to ...
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Sail Date: June 2014


Covering the Chesapeake Bay

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barbthom2
6-10 Cruises • Age 100s

With beautiful weather we left Baltimore's Inner Harbor and sailed down the Bay under two bridges the second being the double spans of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. The ship had only 54 passengers so over the cruise we met many of them. They were a very nice group of people. We had one teenager on board and she enjoyed all the history that was presented at lectures in the lounge. The meals were ...
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Sail Date: June 2014


Cruising The Intracoastal Waterway

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ferry360
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

We've made a small habit of seeing the sights during the shoulder and off season. Cruising Alaska and Europe in winter were rewarding for both the lack of crowds, the easy to see sights and most interestingly a good mix of other adventuresome passengers. Our 2 week sojourn on the American Star was a prime example of small ship cruising at its best. We long ago learned to pack for any weather so ...
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Sail Date: November 2012

Cabin Type: Cabin AAC


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