ACCL Adds New Itineraries for 2000

Thursday, January 27, 2000
Known as the original smallship cruise line, American Canadian Caribbean Line (ACCL), has established 25 new itineraries for the year 2000. Included in the new schedule are: Gulf Intracoastal Waterway; seven-day Belize/Barrier Reef; Chicago/Upper Mississippi; and Great Lakes/Quebec City. Able to hold between 84 and 100 passengers each, ACCL's three-vessel fleet Grande Caribe, Grande Mariner and Niagara Prince kicked off the new year in Central America and the Caribbean. Next summer Niagara Prince will travel the northern rivers and lakes near Chicago.
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