Independence

Independence is larger the others in the fleet, enabling the interior areas, including the staterooms and balconies, to be even more spacious and deluxe. She has Rolls Royce stablilizers, allowing the ship to reach more destinations in smooth comfort.  Independence passengers tend to be 45+ and Mainly American. When all cabins have double occupancy, the ship provides a space ratio of 28.8 tons per passenger and a crew to passenger ratio of one for every 3.5 passengers. At full capacity the space ratio is 28.8 tons per passenger and the crew ratio is one to 3.5 passengers.

specifications

Llyd No
1369
size
boutique
Style
premium
Type
ocean
Year of Launch
2010
Year of last refit
-
Gross tonnage
96000t
length
59.3m
width
15m
speed
-
decks
4
language
en-US
currency
USD
No of Passsengers
104
No of Crew
27
No of Cabins
51
wheelchair access
1

gratuties

facilities

accommodation

Deck

dining

American Cruise Lines' chefs explore the nation searching for exceptional, locally grown menu items. Each ship receives local seafood reports and their menus are adjusted seasonally to best utilise local fruits and vegetables at their peak of freshness. Meals are adjusted seasonally, prepared to order and served in the Main Dining Room where every seat offers a panoramic view of the passing scenery.

entertainment

health fitness

kid & teen

Please note: there are no dedicated facilities for Kids & Teens onboard the ship.

enrichment