American Song, the 1st modern riverboat in U.S. history, departed from the Port of New Orleans Saturday, October 6, 2018. Underway at 100% capacity, the new riverboat is off to a great start and is cruising the Mississippi River on its 8-day inaugural sailing between New Orleans and Memphis. American Song's 184 guests took a river cruise with stops at Oak Alley, Baton Rouge, St. Francisville, Natchez, and Vicksburg, ending in Memphis.
American Song is the first ship in American Cruise Lines' new modern riverboat series—the 2nd ship in the series, American Harmony, is already well under construction and will be launched in a few weeks. American Cruise Lines is pleased to offer American Song and its new series of modern riverboats in addition to its current fleet of authentic paddlewheelers.
After this week's inaugural cruise, American Song will continue to cruise the Mississippi throughout 2018. In 2019, American Song will reposition out West to the Columbia & Snake Rivers and 2nd modern riverboat, American Harmony, will begin cruising the Mississippi.
Equipped with every modern advancement, including a bow with a retractable gangway, American Song represents the evolution of American Riverboats. Showcasing gorgeous interior design elements, from a five-story glass atrium to spectacular spacious lounges, American Song inspires. Thoughtfully designed to bring the outside world in, American Song boasts sweeping views throughout the ship.
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