American Constellation - 2019/2020 Cruises

American Constellation - 2019/2020 Cruises

Cruise the Pacific Northwest and get a glimpse of America's untouched nature!

Cruises on board the American Constellation

American Constellation is a thoroughly modern small ship sailing along the coast of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. Launched in 2017, she’s the first of American Cruise Lines’ “modern riverboat” series, and the newest of the river cruise line’s coastal vessels. With space for just 175 passengers, American Constellation offers plenty of opportunities to get to know the passengers and staff as you cruise past scenic landscapes and breathtaking nature. You’ll sail to small ports and off-the-beaten-path destinations, all in a relaxing environment that’s far removed from the hustle and bustle of a larger ship.

American Constellation boasts a classic, timeless design that will make you feel right at home. Plush armchairs and sofas in the lounges invite passengers to socialize and relax, and a restrained blue-and-white color scheme gives the ship a nicely nautical feel. Feeling thirsty? Drinks are included in the cruise fare, so you won’t have to worry about incurring extra charges. A friendly and efficient service staff will make sure you’re well-looked-after throughout the entire cruise.


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Decks and Staterooms

American Constellation deck plan

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American Constellation staterooms

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Deck Location : Deck 2
Occupancy : 1
  • Private Bathroom
  • Laundry facilities
  • Satellite TV and DVD Player
  • Individual climate control
Stateroom size : 226 sq ft

American Constellation staterooms

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With standard balcony staterooms starting at a spacious 350 square feet, American Constellation offers some of the largest staterooms in the industry. Each room is equipped with a king-size bed, private bath, armchair, and desk. A picture window or a full-length sliding glass door lets in natural light. Suite guests will enjoy an extra-large private balcony as well as a private living room area, and solo travelers can book a single stateroom, with or without a balcony.

Dining & Gastronomy

American Cruise Lines specializes in regionally-inspired cuisine. On an Alaska or Pacific Northwest itinerary, seafood features prominently on the menu: salmon, swordfish, and shellfish are all entrees you can expect to see, expertly prepared with delectable sauces and seasonings. Meals tend to be traditional American comfort food, with a fish, chicken or beef main, soup or salad appetizers, and green vegetables or potatoes as a side. And of course, who could forget dessert? American Cruise Lines specializes in all-American baked desserts, from fruit cobblers to fresh cheesecake to sinfully-rich chocolate cake.

Entertainment and Activities

The destinations you visit take center stage on an American Constellation itinerary. Shore excursions include whale watching tours, botanical gardens, museum excursions and kayaking trips. To help you get the most out of your cruise, a resident onboard expert will host enrichment lectures to teach passengers about the history, nature, and wildlife of the destination. Many shore excursions are included in the cruise fare, so you won’t have to worry about paying extra if you want to truly experience the destination. For quiet evenings, each stateroom comes standard with a satellite TV and DVD player, and there’s also a putting greenon the top deck

Dress Code

American Cruise Lines recommends resort casual attire, both onboard and onshore. Make sure to bring comfortable walking shoes and rain gear on your Pacific Northwest or Alaska itinerary. Though there is no official evening dress code, most passengers opt for semi-formal or smart casual wear.

Ship Data

  • In service since: 2017
  • Length: 269 ft
  • Number of decks: 6
  • Passengers: 175
  • Crew: 43
  • Languages spoken on board: English
  • Currency on board: US dollar