|Career (United States)|
|Owner:||American Cruise Lines|
|Builder:||Chesapeake Shipbuilding, Salisbury, Maryland)
Hull No. 80
|Identification:||IMO number: 8972338
Call sign: WDA8860
USCG Doc. No.: 1123509
|Type:||Passenger cruise ship|
|Tons burthen:||87 (gross); 59 (net)|
|Length:||143.5 ft (43.7 m)|
|Beam:||42 ft (13 m)|
|Draft:||10 ft (3.0 m)|
2 × Caterpillar
3306 Diesel (Aux)
|Speed:||13 knots (24 km/h; 15 mph)|
+ 22 crew
American Glory is a small cruise ship owned and operated by American Cruise Lines (ACL). She was built in 2002 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding in Salisbury, Maryland for overnight coastal, river, and inland waterway cruising within the continental United States. American Glory, as an American built, flagged, and owned vessel operated by US citizen crew members is compliant with the Passenger Vessel Services Act and can transport passengers directly between US ports. The vessel accommodates 49 passengers in her 31 staterooms with 14 having private balconies. All staterooms have private baths, windows, and interior entrances.
The ship deck plans:
- Main Deck - 4 double and 3 single occupancy staterooms; Dining Salon and lounge
- Lounge Deck - 6 double occupancy staterooms with private balconies, 5 double and 1 single occupancy staterooms; two lounges, forward and aft passenger decks
- Carolina Deck - 7 double and 1 single occupancy staterooms with private balconies; library, aft passenger deck
- Observation Deck - recreation
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- American Glory on American Cruise Lines website
- American Glory - American Cruise Lines from Frommer's
- American Cruise Lines' focus is historic U.S. waterways from The Palm Beach Post
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