Small ship company American Cruise Line announced today that they’ll be sailing the 100-passenger American Spirit in Alaska for the 2012 cruise season. American Spirit, built in 2005, has plenty of amenities and over-sized windows to see the glaciers and scenery in Alaska’s inside passage.
“Our passengers are going to experience Alaska like they never have before in the comfort of the American Spirit,” said Paul Taiclet, Vice President of Hotel Operations, American Cruise Lines. “The over-sized staterooms, spacious public areas and multitude of modern-day amenities make this ship by far the most comfortable and accommodating.”
Beginning in June of 2012, American Cruise Lines will offer several different seven- and 11-night Alaskan itineraries, including round trip cruises departing from Juneau, Alaska, and one-way cruises between Juneau and Seattle, Washington.
Cruise Radio interviewed the CEO of American Cruise Lines and you can hear that interview here.
Photo credit: American Cruise Lines
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