Grand New England on the American Glory: American Glory Cruise Review by pathcat

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Grand New England on the American Glory

Sail Date: August 2014
Destination: Canada & New England
Embarkation: Portland (Maine)
This was a marvelous 10 night cruise from Portland, ME to Providence, RI with six stops in Maine along with days in Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. The 50 passenger American Glory was full, and we all had a great time. A guest lecturer was aboard with us, and evening entertainment was usually imported from shore. This cruise is geared for intelligent adults...children would not be happy. Shore excursions were optional and varied in their interests. Some passengers took off on their own and were given good directions about doing this.

Travel to Portland was easy by air, train or automobile. Disembarkation in Providence was very efficient and fast. A shuttle to the airport was provided for those who wished it. The American Glory is a fine little ship with three lounges as well as ample outdoor space on three levels and a spacious dining room...Seating is never assigned. The food was excellent and represented the local environment with a lot of fresh fish and lobster on this More New England cruise. Special Lobster Cruises are available! I have traveled a number of times as a solo passenger on American Cruise Lines and have always had a fine experience. Less


Published 09/08/14
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Cabin review: 312

This is a spacious single cabin with a balcony. There was so much storage spacethat I didn't use all of it. Quiet room.

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