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American Cruise Lines Builds New Coastal Cruise Ship

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From today's news on Cruise Critic:

American Cruise Lines Builds New Coastal Cruise Ship

American Cruise Lines has begun construction of a coastal cruise ship that is slated to enter the line's fleet in January 2017. The 170-passenger ship will feature cabins up to 350 square feet in size, with butler service and private balconies. It's under construction at Chesapeake Shipbuilding in Salisbury, Maryland. Another of the line's ships, the riverboat America, is under construction at the same shipyard.


Meanwhile back at the ranch house, I've been trying to get the American Queen Steamboat Company forum merged into this one. I know they're different companies, but this will make that more difficult as companies market both river and coastal ships.

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