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By Jayne Clark
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American Constitution Overview

American Constitution, the sister ship of American Cruise Line's American Constellation, sets sail in spring of 2018 on eastern U.S. itineraries. It's the line's second coastal cruiser and the ninth in the company's fleet.

ACL touts some of the largest cabins afloat, and the Constitution will continue that tradition. Its 90 staterooms -- 78 with balconies -- range from 200 to 450 square feet. Eight cabin categories include eight Owner's Suites with private balconies and five Single cabins, four of which have balconies. The ship has 17 connecting staterooms.

As on its other ships, some shore excursions are included in the base fare. So are wine and beer with meals. There's also a nightly cocktail party and after-dinner drinks in two spacious lounges. The American staff offers nightly turn-down service. A historian or naturalist accompanies each sailing. Other niceties: free Wi-Fi, a small exercise room, in-room satellite TV and DVD players, complimentary self-service laundry facilities and a top-deck putting green.

Menus in the large, open-seating dining room emphasis locally sourced fare. Room-service is available for breakfast.

American Constitution Ship Stats

  • Crew: 60
  • Launched: 2018
  • Decks: 6
  • Passengers: 175
  • Registry: Delaware, USA
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