American Spirit Ship Review
The first of three 100-passenger-capacity ships built by American Cruise Lines, the American Spirit maintains the same four-deck profile as its smaller predecessors. Although prices are steep, the dining alone is worth the extra expense. Dinner options range from sliced duck breast to filet mignon and steamed lobster.
Other 7 Night West Coast Cruise Itineraries on the American Spirit
|October 10, 2015||-||$3,750||-||$4,950|
|October 17, 2015||-||$3,750||-||$4,950|
|October 24, 2015||-||$3,750||-||$4,950|
|October 31, 2015||-||$3,750||-||$4,950|
|November 07, 2015||-||$3,750||-||$4,950|
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