Theme Cruises from American Cruise Line

October 4, 2012 | By

American Cruise Lines travels through some of the most famous areas in America. Many of these regions are world-renowned for their contributions to our nation’s history, music, culture and cuisine. Experience these regions like never before with this collection of eight unique theme itineraries. Each cruise provides guests unprecedented access and insight into the iconic journeys, destinations and people of our nation’s history.

Civil War Cruises
New Orleans Roundtrip – December 8, 2012
Memphis to New Orleans – May 25, 2013

Journey to the land of bayous and southern belles on American Cruise Lines’ brand new Mississippi Riverboat, Queen of the Mississippi. As a passenger on the Queen of the Mississippi, you can expect to step back in time to the grand era of steamboating on the greatest paddlewheeler to ever grace the Mississippi River. The Queen of the Mississippi will embody the spirit of traditional Mississippi River cruising and the grandeur of the riverboats of the past, while offering all the modern comforts and amenities American Cruise Lines passengers have come to expect. The splendor of the Queen of the Mississippi, coupled with the rich history and lively culture of this region, makes for a cruise of a lifetime.

Other themed cruises include:

Lewis & Clark Cruise
Columbia and Snake Rivers – April 13, 2013

Wine Cruise
Columbia and Snake Rivers – May 4, 2013

Crabfest Cruises
Chesapeake Bay – June 1 & June 15, 2013

Mark Twain Tribute Cruise
St. Louis to St. Paul – August 3, 2013