The hottest river cruise ship for American Cruise Traces has been introduced at Chesapeake Shipbuilding in Salisbury, Maryland.
The 175-passenger American Symphony is the fifth ship in a new course of U.S-crafted riverboats that was initially launched in 2018 with the American Track, the “first modern-day riverboat in U.S. heritage.”
Chesapeake Shipbuilding has a prolonged background of building and developing ships for American Cruise Lines and will be constructing ACL’s a short while ago declared 12-ship “Project Blue” collection of coastal ships coming in 2023. Design is also underway at the shipyard on the ACL’s sixth new riverboat, American Serenade.
American Symphony is documented to be the heavist vessel at any time released at the Chesapeake Shipbuilding shipyard. A video of the launch was filmed by a neighbor across the channel whose property seemingly gets flooded all through each launch:
American Symphony is set to start out cruising in August 2022 on the Decreased Mississippi River in between New Orleans and Memphis before transitioning to the Higher Mississippi for cruises betwen St. Louis and St. Paul.
She will be a part of ACL’s increasing Mississippi River fleet, which features American Melody, American Jazz, American Heritage, and American Splendor. In total, American Cruise Strains operates 15 ships accommodating just 100-190 travellers.