The Only Cruise Line To Visit This Major Capital City Announces 2024 Sailings

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American Cruise Lines has revealed its 2024 season of sailings, including the only cruises in the world to visit the capital city of the United States, Washington DC.

American Cruise Lines Coastal Cats Ship

These round-trip cruises are named American Revolution itineraries, and they dock within the city just steps from some of the most treasured monuments in the US.

They take place onboard two ships in the fleet – the 170-passenger American Constitution and the 100-passenger American Glory, which is a brand new ship for the fleet.

Each cruise lasts 10 nights and includes multiple stops in the states of Maryland and Virginia, cruising the Chesapeake Bay.

There are several dates available in spring and autumn, with some early spring dates offering guests the chance to enjoy the stunning cherry blossom season of the Chesapeake.

All cruises feature curated entertainment and activities onboard to entertain and educate guests throughout their journey, while cuisine reflects some of the region’s finest ingredients, such as Maryland’s blue crabs.

Several dates in spring are currently available with savings of up to £1,100 per person, with cruises including all meals, alcoholic drinks during lunch and dinner, a daily cocktail hour, WiFi, tips and port fees. Cruises start at £4,850 per person, with Brits able to book by calling 0800 021 3172 or emailing [email protected]. Worldwide guests can book at the American Cruise Lines website.

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