Former American Eagle (ship)
|Name:||Formerly American Eagle|
|Owner:||American Cruise Lines|
|Builder:||Chesapeake Shipbuilding, Salisbury, Maryland (hull no. 78)|
|Out of service:||2013|
|Status:||Laid up, for sale.|
|Length:||142.6 ft (43.5 m)|
|Beam:||39 ft (12 m)|
|Draft:||10 ft (3.0 m)|
|Propulsion:||2 × Caterpillar 3408|
|Speed:||13 knots (24 km/h; 15 mph)|
The former American Eagle is a small cruise ship owned by American Cruise Lines (ACL). She was built in 2000 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding in Salisbury, Maryland for overnight coastal, river, and inland waterway cruising within the continental United States. As an American built, flagged, and owned vessel operated by US citizen crew members American Eagle is compliant with the Passenger Vessel Services Act and can transport passengers directly between US ports. She operated on the east coast of the US on Chesapeake Bay departing from Baltimore, MD. She made autumn cruises on the Hudson River departing Haddam, CT and wintered on the Inland Waterway in Fort Myers, FL. The vessel accommodates 49 overnight passengers in her 31 staterooms and 149 day passengers.
The ship deck plans:
- Main Deck - 6 double and 4 single occupancy staterooms; Dining Salon
- Second Deck - Suite, 8 double occupancy and 3 single occupancy staterooms; two lounges, library, forward and aft passenger decks
- Third Deck - 6 double occupancy staterooms with private balconies; crew quarters, aft passenger deck
- Fourth Deck - recreation
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- "American Eagle Cruise Review". About.com Cruises. Retrieved 22 December 2012.
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- "General Arrangements - Main and 2nd Decks" (PDF). mvamericaneagle.com. Retrieved 22 December 2012.
- "General Arrangements - 3rd and 4th Decks" (PDF). mv.americaneagle.com. Retrieved 22 December 2012.
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