American Cruise Lines announces the spectacular 900 square foot Grand Suites available aboard the brand new American Song—the first modern riverboat ever available in the U.S. The state-of-the-art ship is the first ship in American Cruise Lines’ revolutionary Modern Riverboat series of 5 ships. American Song will make its inaugural cruise on the Mississippi River October 6th, 2018 and the 2nd ship in the series will debut in Summer, 2019.
The enormous Grand Suites aboard American Song are 900 square feet and offer panoramic views through floor-to-ceiling glass panels along two walls. Each suite has a separate living and sleeping area, as well as a spacious marble bath with double vanities. The suites have wrap-around balconies featuring private outdoor dining areas, the perfect place to lounge and enjoy room service or cocktails with friends.
All staterooms aboard American Song are outfitted with personal refrigerators stocked with complimentary juices, waters, white & red wines, and Kuerig coffee makers. The Grand Suites will also have extra treats delivered each evening, including a bottle of premium champagne during the cruise and access to concierge service as needed.
The Grand Suites, like all spaces aboard American Song bring the outside world in through a design palette of light colors and the highest glass-to-space ratio in the industry. All spaces throughout the ship showcase gorgeous interior design elements, from a four-story glass atrium to 6 spectacular lounges. American Song elevates river cruising to a level never seen before in the U.S.
American Cruise Lines is the largest cruise line in the U.S. and the premiere leader in the industry. The Line has become the gold standard for cruising in the U.S. through a focus on ship innovation and a tradition of introducing only brand new ships. In 2018, with 10 ships, the Line operates the largest modern fleet of authentic paddlewheelers, small coastal cruise ships and the only modern riverboat in the country. With over 35 itineraries visiting 25 states, the Line cruises along the rivers, as well as the coastal and inland waterways of New England, Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, the Mississippi River system, and the Southeast.