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Baltimore River Cruises Cruise Reviews

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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


Quality of my American Cruise Line experience

Review for Independence to North America River

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FredKlein

6-10 Cruises

Age 80s

From my first contact by phone with the cruise agent through the debarkation, everyone and everything was a most pleasant experience. I have been on several cruises and this ranks near the top of the list. First and foremost was the attentiveness and attitude of the entire crew which was directed t making our trip pleasant and enjoyable. The fact that passenger count was small (at capacity) ...
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Sail Date: October 2018

Traveled with disabled person


A week on the Chesapeake.

Review for American Star to U.S.A.

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triviascribe

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

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!

Review for American Star to U.S.A.

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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


History at it's best

Review for Independence to U.S.A.

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Linda and Jon

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

Excellent service: everyone is easily accessible including the captain and they go out of their way to please. For example: We decided to leave the ship after dinner the last night to stay in a local hotel. One of the deck hands insisted on walking us over to our hotel with our luggage. When we got there he waited for us to check in and took us to our room to make sure we were settled and ...
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Sail Date: April 2017


Single Traveler

Review for American Star to North America River

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33nbnunn

2-5 Cruises

Age 80s

This was my first time to be a single traveler and my first time on a small ship. I was apprehensive at first, but quickly made friends and really enjoyed the trip. I was surprised about the amenities on the ship as my previous sailing had been on medium size and large size ships. I found the single cabin to be very cozy and really enjoyed the balcony. Having fresh air available was great. ...
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Sail Date: November 2016


Cruising the Chesapeake Bay

Review for American Star to U.S.A.

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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

Review for Independence to U.S.A.

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gsw36@bajabb.com

2-5 Cruises

Age 80s

My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed ourselves on this cruise. The ship is small enough so that you feel you are on your own private yacht with many of your friends. It was easy to meet our fellow passengers during the nightly cocktail/social hour and quickly found some couples with whom we 'clicked'. The lounge is spacious with many different seating areas for visiting. Dining experience was ...
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Sail Date: November 2014


Intra-coastal Waterway-Baltimore to Jacksonville

Review for American Glory to U.S.A.

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terrior

First Time Cruiser

Age 80s

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 trip had 29 on board). Small boat cruising also allows you to have more direct contact with the cruise director and other staff and receive more ...
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Sail Date: November 2014

Cabin Type: Cabin AAC


Good, Bad and the Ugly Great Lakes Georgian Bay

Review for Pearl Mist to Canada & New England

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mgo51

First Time Cruiser

Age 60s

This was the Great Lakes and Georgian Bay Cruise. It started in Chicago.  First I have to say what a beautiful area, and all the ports were wonderful.Everything from Holland, Mi to Mackinac Island and Niagara Falls were excellent. The ship ended up giving us all the excursions free because there were so many issues, I think they wanted to make it up to everyone. Staff was very nice and ...
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Sail Date: July 2014


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