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American Song Review

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40 reviews

The American Song provides smooth passage with enlightening daily excursions!

Review for American Song to North America River
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First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Apr 2019
Juvenile bald eagle at Cape Disappointment State Park
Raptor show at Columbia Gorge Discovery Center at the Dalles, Oregon.
Multnomah Falls, Bridal Veil, Oregon.
Going through the lock at the Bonneville Dam, Multnomah County, Oregon.
Lighthouse at Cape Disappointment, Washington.
Todd Weber dressed in period clothing and masterfully shared stories of the

Our first voyage with American Cruise Lines. Top marks for friendliness and helpfulness of "above and beyond" staff, especially Courtney, Amber and Sally. Ship captain gave an informative tour of the pilot house and kept things running on time and smoothly.

The American Song was built in 2018 specifically for the Snake and Columbia River. The smaller ship provided for smooth passage through the locks and dams. Enjoyed the smaller guest capacity of 184, as it provided a more friendly, relaxed atmosphere.

Friendships were made and stories exchanged!

Cabin Review

Cabin AAC

Perfect size, plenty of storage, great balcony.

Perhaps a card for passengers to indicate if bed linen needs to be changed.

This would save water and crew time.

Suggestion: Instead of a travel bag, American Cruise Lines can distribute reusable water bottles with logo. This would reduce cost of single use plastic water bottles, help the environment and serve as a marketing tool when passengers return home.

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