Blue Danube Holidays are proud to announce that we are now American Cruise Lines Certified distributors. Focussing solely on North America (Canada and USA) American Cruise Lines offer a variety of cruises.
Choose from short 5 day Columbia Rover cruise to the full 22 day experience on the Mississippi.
The rooms are as big as US hotel rooms and the largest of any cruise line. The fleet is a a modern array of US purpose built vessels that are crewed by American staff. There are elevators on most ships and a range of included excursions in most destinations.
What Can you Expect on American Cruise Lines
Highly personalized service and a relaxed atmosphere prevail onboard all our modern fleet of ships. Our accommodating, all-American crew welcomes you with an unequaled level of attention. Each evening before dinner, enjoy complimentary cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, as you mingle with other passengers to share the adventures of the day. Set your own pace on your vacation and relax in the casual comfort and exceptional care that is the hallmark of cruising with American Cruise Lines.
The newest and most environmentally friendly small cruise ships and riverboats in America.
A true all-American experience. American built, flagged, and crewed ships with 35 cruise itineraries that visit 28 states in America.
The largest staterooms with interior entrances. Elevator service to all decks. Many spacious lounges and public spaces on each ship.
Exquisite cuisine from American Cruise Lines’ highly trained chefs. Open seating dining allows you to dine where and when you want.
Experience unobstructed views and breathtaking scenery from the privacy of your stateroom.
Daily cocktail hour, plus complimentary wine and beer with meals. Exciting featured shore excursions.
Gracious Hospitality & Daily Entertainment
Attentive and personalized service is the hallmark of American Cruise Lines.
Historians, naturalists, and local experts join every cruise. Daily lectures ranging from history and to culture and cuisine.
The Northwest & Alaska
See the famous Northwest Passage and the Arctic’s stark beauty which offers an unforgettable backdrop.
In the Pacific North West of USA and Canada are Puget Sound and the Alaskan Coastline. Journey along the smooth waters, witness native wildlife including whales, eagles, and seals up close. See glaciers and 1500 foot vertical cliffs.
The Columbia River flows from the high desert of the interior to the mountain forests of the Columbia River Gorge. See ever-changing landscapes, thriving wildlife habitats, and fascinating human endeavors.
- Puget Sound & San Juan Islands – BD1230
- The Lewis and Clark Cruise – BD1231
- Columbia River Cruise – BD1232
- Clarkston to Portland Cruise – BD1233
- Puget Sound Cruise – BD1234
- South Alaska Cruise – BD1235
- Alaska Cruise from Seattle – BD1236
- Alaska Cruise – BD1237
The North East – New England
Surrounded by the Catskill Mountains on the western shore and the Taconic and Berkshire Hills to the east, the Hudson River is rich in both history and beauty. The cities and towns along the river date back to Dutch and English rule and feature some of the most magnificent architecture in America.
The New England Coastline is filled with heritage of coastal towns and quaint island villages. Cruise from the Maine coast to Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Newport, Rhode Island.
- New England Coast Cruise – BD1220
- Maine Coast Cruise – BD1221
- Providence to Martha’s Vineyard Cruise – BD1222
- Fall Cruise in New York – BD1223
- Boston to Newport Cruise – BD1224
The South East – Eastern America
Chesapeake Bay is known as the “Historic Triangle.” From the vibrant harbor of Baltimore, travel to Yorktown, Williamsburg, and Jamestown.
Home to some of the most beautiful historic cities in Eastern America, the Intracoastal Waterway,is a protected network of bays, rivers, and canals.
The East Coast Inland Passage, travels from Baltimore to Florida through connecting rivers, bays, estuaries, and canals.
- Charleston to Amelia Island Cruise – BD1240
- American Revolution Cruise BD1241
- Chesapeake Bay Cruise – BD1242
- Florida Rivers Cruise – BD1243
- Baltimore to Jacksonville Intracoastal – BD1244
- Charleston to Baltimore Intracoastal – BD1245
The Midwest & The South
Running for 2, 320 miles the Mississippi is the second longest in the North American continent and drains 41 percent of the continental United States.
The source is Lake Itasca in Minnesota and it empties into the Mississippi River Delta in the Gulf of Mexico.
This great American waterway courses through 10 states: Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana.
- Memphis to New Orleans Cruise – BD1210
- St. Louis to St. Paul Cruise – BD1211
- New Orleans to St. Louis Cruise – BD1212
- St. Paul to New Orleans River Cruise – BD1213
- New Orleans to St. Paul Cruise – BD1214
- New Orleans to Baton Rouge Return – BD1215
- New Orleans to Vicksburg Cruise – BD1216
- Nashville to St. Louis Cruise – BD1217
- Pittsburgh to St. Louis Cruise – BD1218
- Memphis to Nashville Music Cruise – BD1219
American Cruise Lines Certified ~ More Links
We hope you are inspired to join us on one of our North American Cruises. Here are some links to help your research: USA – Florida – Georgia – South Carolina – Louisiana – Tennessee – Ohio – Indiana – Kentucky – Illinois – Missouri – Illinois – Iowa – Minnesota – Maine – Massachusetts – Rhode Island – Idaho – Oregon – Washington – New York – Alaska – Virginia – Maryland0