American Cruise Lines Receives 2017 Conde Nast’s Readers’ Choice Award

October 18th, 2017

American Cruise Lines has been recognized as a Finalist for Condé Nast’s 2017 Readers’ Choice Award for World’s Top Small Cruise Lines. American Cruise Lines says it is honored to be named to Condé Nast’s illustrious Readers’ Choice list for a second year in a row in the Small Ships category (fewer than 500 passengers). More than 300,000 readers submitted millions of ratings and more than 100,000 comments as part of the 30th annual Readers’ Choice Awards survey.

In addition to this honor, American Cruise Lines has won multiple prestigious travel industry awards in 2017, including: 2017 North America’s Leading River Cruise Line, by the World Travel Awards, and Travel Weekly’s 2017 Gold & Silver Magellan Awards for Best Overall River Cruise Ship (gold), Best Overall Small Cruise Ship (silver), and Best Overall River Cruising (silver).

Specializing in small ship cruising for over 30 years, American Cruise Lines maintains the newest fleet of fully stabilized, environmentally-friendly ships cruising the rivers and coastal waterways of North America. With 10 small ships and more in production, American Cruise lines is the largest cruise line in the U.S.

In 2018, American Cruise Lines said it will continue to lead the industry and redefine the standard of river cruising in North America, with its highly anticipated launch of a new class of modern riverboats. American Cruise Lines has over 35 itineraries, visits 30 states and explores the rivers and regions of Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, New England, the Southeast, and the Mississippi.

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