American Constellation Sets Sail to Alaska for 2018 Summer

By ,   October 8, 2017 ,   Cruise Industry

American Cruise Lines’ newest cruise ship, American Constellation, sets sail to Alaska for 2018 summer season.

With special cruise access to Glacier Bay from National Park Service, the arrival of American Constellation will double the capacity of the line in the region and help meet increased demand for cruises to Alaska.

American Constellation ship

The new, 175-passenger ship boasts with full-sized bathrooms, furnished balconies, and the biggest staterooms of any small cruise ship in Alaska.

With the debut of the vessel, American Cruise Lines aims to provide passengers with authentic Alaskan experience with modern amenities and award-winning entertainment.

Complimentary pre-cruise hotel packages are offered for all cruises from Juneau. Itineraries for the American Constellation ship will range from 8 to 15 days, with ports of call in Skagway, Ketchikan, Petersburg, Glacier Bay.

For every stop along her way, American Cruise Line will feature complimentary guided tours, local experts, onboard historians and naturalists for a more complete experience.