American Cruise to Build New Coastal Cruise Ship

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

October 28, 2015

Photo: American Cruise Lines

Photo: American Cruise Lines

 American Cruise Lines, operator of the newest cruise ships in the United States, announced today that it has begun construction on a new coastal cruise ship, yet to be named. 

The news of this addition is the most recent in a series of announcements pertaining to American Cruise Lines’ continued expansion of their all-American made fleet. The ship is scheduled to begin cruising in spring of 2017.
With a capacity of 170 guests, this new, slightly larger ship will maintain the exclusive signature design and intimacy of the line’s current, highly-popular coastal cruise ships, designed to deliver a superior cruising experience. 
The new ship will be fully stabilized with Rolls-Royce stabilizers providing the most comfortable and smoothest coastal cruising journey imaginable. 
Designed with the most advanced innovation in mind, this modern coastal cruise ship will include the latest state-of-the-art technology, the newest and most modern environmental systems, and is designed to exceed the most stringent safety standards.
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