American Pride

American Pride offers an unparalleled experience never before available on the Columbia and Snake Rivers. Aboard American Pride, guests will discover the natural beauty, history, and culture of the Pacific Northwest while enjoying the finest in accommodations and personalized service.

American Pride not only boasts the largest, most well-appointed staterooms but also offers private balconies and unobstructed views. In addition to the amazing scenery, our master chefs have been busy preparing menus that are tailored specifically to the Pacific Northwest region.

specifications

Llyd No
1803
size
boutique
Style
premium
Type
river
Year of Launch
2012
Year of last refit
-
Gross tonnage
-
length
90m
width
16.1m
speed
12kts
decks
5
language
en-US
currency
USD
No of Passsengers
150
No of Crew
-
No of Cabins
74
wheelchair access
2

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

More information to follow.

health fitness

More information to follow.

kid & teen

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

enrichment

American Cruise Lines invites carefully selected experts to join them on each of their cruises. Their informal lectures, open discussions and activities bring local history, nature and culture to life through their knowledge and passion for American heritage. These enlighteners, naturalists and historians also lead shore excursions to give guests behind the scenes insight of some of America’s best-kept secrets and favourite treasures.

What is a Riverlorian? Created by combining the words river, lore and historian together, a Riverlorian is a knowledgeable person who shares the rich history and folklore of America's rivers with others.