American Cruise Lines Quick Specs American Cruise LinesOCG Class: SpecialtyNewest Ship: Queen of the MississippiNumber of Ships: 6Toll-Free (US): 800-814-6880www.americancruiselines.com ShipsSailings & ScheduleDestinationsLine Review American Cruise Lines Ships American Cruise Lines is a U.S.-flagged (rare these days) company specializing in coastal cruises that builds all its ships in its own yard in Salisbury, Maryland. After being sold and going bankrupt in the 1980s, the line has since been revived by the original owner and operates a variety of itineraries along the East Coast. American GloryYear Built: 2002Passengers: 49Decks: 4Size: 1,148 tonsAmerican SpiritYear Built: 2005Passengers: 100Decks: 4American StarYear Built: 2007Passengers: 100Decks: 4IndependenceYear Built: 2010Passengers: 104Decks: 4Size: 3,000 tonsQueen of the MississippiYear Built: 2012Passengers: 150Decks: 5Queen of the WestYear Built: 1995Refurbished: 2010Passengers: 120Decks: 4Size: 2,115 tons American Cruise Lines Cruise Sailing Schedule At a Glance Use the American Cruise Lines cruise schedule calendar below to find a American Cruise Lines cruise sailing by destination, departure port, or on a certain American Cruise Lines cruise ship. Click on the lowest cruise price under a month to see all cruises schedules and sailings for that cruising date and the destination, port of call, or ship. View Cruises by: Destination | Departure Port | Ship next month ›‹ prev month AreaAllMonthsDec2013Jan2014Feb2014Mar2014Apr2014May2014Jun2014Jul2014Aug2014Sep2014Oct2014Nov2014Dec2014Jan2015 By Monthviewviewviewviewviewviewviewviewviewviewviewviewviewview Eastern Seaboardviewview Inland Waterwaysviewview Prices represent the lowest available price for a given sailing date, area, and/or month. All prices USD. Terms and Conditions:The prices listed are representative of actual prices provided by various cruise vendors and are not offered by TravelAgeWest.com or Northstar Travel Media, LLC. Price listed does not constitute a contract of services, implied or written. TravelAgeWest.com provides no cruise booking or purchase features. Prices are provided as a comparison tool only. Prices listed are per person, based on double occupancy and do include port taxes. Prices do not include taxes, fuel surcharges, gratuities, or airfare unless otherwise noted. Actual prices and fees are subject to vendor policies and are subject to availability, are capacity-controlled, and are subject to change without notice. Special amenities, prices, offers, and upgrades are based on select dates, ships, sailings, stateroom categories, and select fare codes. Cancellation penalties, blackout dates, and other restrictions may apply. All prices and dates may not be available at time of booking. American Cruise Lines Cruising Destinations As a Specialty cruise line, American Cruise Lines offers a limited, but exciting, cruise schedule focusing on very particular cruise needs. American Cruise Lines cruises sail to U.S Eastern Seaboard, and U.S. and Canada inland waterways and provides a unique cruising experience not found on some of the larger, more mainstream cruise lines. Eastern SeaboardInland Waterways Find American Cruise Lines Cruises By Departure Port Charleston, SCJacksonville, FL Memphis, TNNew Orleans, LA travel42 Professional Review for American Cruise Lines Want to read the full American Cruise Lines travel42 Review? travel42 features professionally written reviews of more than 300 cruise ships, 78 cruise lines and more than 3,000 hotels in nearly 200 popular cruise embarkation ports worldwide, plus 7,000 additional destination hotels. Visit www.travel-42.com or call 1.866.566.8136 to learn more about subscribing. A U.S.-flag coastal cruise company based in Guilford, Connecticut, American Cruise Lines got its start in 1974 with a little vessel named the American Eagle, followed by the Independence, then America, all built in the company's own yard in Salisbury, Maryland. In the mid-1980s, the owner (also the present owner) sold the company, which then went bankrupt. Revived by the original owner in 2000, the line—the dominant carrier in its market—has a fleet of five shallow-draft coastal ships. It operates destination-oriented itineraries along the U.S. East Coast from Maine to Florida and now in the Pacific Northwest along the Columbia and Snake rivers. A Mississippi River-style vessel is under construction for completion in 2012, and the company is adding Alaska itineraries in 2012 as well. Subscribe to travel42 to read the full review » Copyright (c) 2013 Northstar Travel Media, LLC. travel42.