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US Cruise Lines: First California River Cruise

US Cruise Lines: First California River Cruise

River cruises haven’t been done in California in 80 years. But that is set to change next month: American Cruise Lines wants to prove that some of the most interesting areas of the US state can also be explored on the river.

The first California River cruises eight decades ago begin and end in San Francisco. From here, it’s an eight-day trip to San Francisco Bay, the Napa River to Napa Wine City, the Sacramento River to Sacramento, and the San Joaquin River to Stockton.

American Cruise Lines / Veranda Stateroom (c) American Cruise Lines

To be able to sail this route, American Cruise Lines is currently ferrying “American Jazz” from the Mississippi River through the Panama Canal and along the west coast of Central and North America all the way to San Francisco. The first ship to be built in 2021 can accommodate 99 passengers who will stay exclusively in balcony cabins and suites.

“American Cruise Lines has had San Francisco and its wine country in mind for many years. The California Delta is one of the most beautiful regions in the United States to explore by riverboat. Many have visited wine country, but few can say they have ever traveled there.”

Charles P. Robertson, President and CEO, American Cruise Lines

American Cruise Lines has doubled its fleet in recent years. With 17 coastal and river vessels, more and more new routes can be launched in more areas. The company now operates in 35 US states.

American Cruise Lines / Sun Deck (c) American Cruise Lines

American Jazz’s inaugural California cruise departs February 24, 2023, with additional cruises throughout the spring. After a short summer break, flights will resume in the fall. Prices for an eight-day river cruise start at $5,990 per person.

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