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American Pride Cruise Reviews

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Ehh...it was okay. Lewis & Clark fans should enjoy
"I took a ton of pics and have posted them with this review so it will hopefully benefit someone else as I went on this cruise clueless because there is not much information about this ship or what to expect etc.No sail and sign cards for this ship, but I will say that the room keys were constantly having to be re-programmed as they would quit working...."Read More
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Amazing River Cruise

Review for American Pride to North America River

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Galina
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

The Columbia/Snake river on The American Pride was truly amazing. We had an incredible crew that took care of us. The speaker, David Miller not only delivered a great lecture on Lewis and Clark expedition, but enhanced our experience by displaying artifacts and foliage of the region. David gave us information about the many locks we went through. Lots of historical facts. Arts and crafts classes ...
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Sail Date: October 2021


Ehh...it was okay. Lewis & Clark fans should enjoy

Review for American Pride to U.S.A.

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bransonpa
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

American River Cruise - American Pride – Room 317 Cruise Date July 30 – August 6, 2021 – Portland OR to Clarkston WA First off, I have done many cruises with several various oceanliners, but this was our first River Cruise. As a TA, I will say I was a bit frustrated with how this company schedules and runs things as it is totally the opposite of any of the other cruiselines I have dealt ...
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Sail Date: July 2021


Columbia Snake River Cruise from Clarkston, WA

Review for American Pride to U.S.A.

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cburkhar
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

We chose this cruise as to imagine what it was like that Lewis and Clark went through. We had a historian on-board who gave 50 minutes discussions each day about the areas we would go to. He would even ride the bus with us at times to explain even more of the area we headed to. Geography/landscape changed along the way. Starting out in canyons to hilly green tree areas as you go west. Go ...
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Sail Date: July 2021


Horrible cruise for the money.

Review for American Pride to U.S.A.

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Al2218
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We wanted to cruise the Columbia River & Snake River because of the scenery. Red Lion Hotel pre cruise 1 night was filthy and lots of bugs in our room. Breakfast was very slow & limited to $12.00 unless we pay the extra. Embarkation day was ok. Our room was not clean & no towels until late that evening. After 5 days we asked to have the room vacuumed. It was done the next day. Only time ...
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Sail Date: June 2021


Not Worth the Money

Review for American Pride to U.S.A.

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Susan Silberman
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

The food was poor to say the least. The airline chicken consisted of an unseasoned piece of meat with BBQ sauce poured on top. To make matters worse, it was raw in the middle. The short ribs were cold when they came to the table and heavily laced with fat and grizzle. The portobello mushroom sandwich consisted of two burnt pieces of toast and a mini mushroom in the middle. The baked potato was ...
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Sail Date: June 2021


Lewis and Clark Columbia and Snake river

Review for American Pride to North America River

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Expipemjr
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

Pre-cruise at Red Lion Jansen beach hotel,$ 40 cab ride from airport ,very large hotel,nice rooms ,good restaurant,boat docks at hotel,free breakfast on day of embarkation.Some confusion on day of embarkation.Onboard welcome and lunch on boat,crowded. Had room 404 on deck 4 forward,large room, quiet,nice veranda,small but,usable.Was liformed by others that lower deck cabins were noisy at ...
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Sail Date: October 2019


In the footsteps of Lewis & Clark with the grandkids

Review for American Pride to North America River

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USMA74
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

We are experienced cruisers and world travelers - this was our first time with our 11- & 9-year-old grandkids, and first time on American Cruise Lines. We embarked from Clarkston, WA and sailed west along the Snake & Columbia Rivers to Astoria, then back to Portland, OR. It was a themed cruise focusing on the journeys of Lewis & Clark. We had the kids read about L&C before departing - the ...
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Sail Date: June 2019

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Columbia and Snake River cruise

Review for American Pride to North America River

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Izena
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

My first river cruise. Choose Columbia River for the scenery. Clarkston, WA ..to Portland, OR. Travel from Houston to the cruise was a challenge. Easy to get to Portland. Getting to Clarkston,WA. Or Spokane by plane from portland was unrealistic so we rented a car and drove 6 hours. Once we were inClarkston it was well organized. (Car was returned to Lewiston airport hotel provided ...
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Sail Date: June 2019


Lewis and Clark Cruise variable in Quality

Review for American Pride to U.S.A.

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BuzzLY
6-10 Cruises • Age 80s

We wanted to cruise the Snake and Colombia Rivers to trace the last part of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The route was very good and the onboard historian added immeasurably to the cruise. The cabin was roomy for a river cruise but the bed was in need of upgrade. The cabin was astern on the second deck so it was noisy when underway. Ports were interesting and tours offered mostly ...
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Sail Date: June 2019


America Pride - Columbia and Snake Rivers Cruise

Review for American Pride to U.S.A.

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Aekh16
2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

About us - my husband and I are in our early 40s, no children, spending time with my well and healthy but aging parents on this cruise. Initially concerned about the expense, average age of the cruisers (65 and older) and if we would be bored. Parents are not footing the bill so to speak. My husband and I have hectic, stressful jobs from which it is hard to obtain this amount of time off. This is ...
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Sail Date: May 2019


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