AMERICAN CANADIAN CARIBBEAN LINE
(504) 483-0607 or (504) 482-7617
The company has three small ships: Caribbean
Prince, Mayan Prince, Niagara Prince. Tonnage run from 95 to 99 tons. Classified
as small ships.
Carries 83 to 90 passenger ranging from ages 40 - 85. Budget cruise that appeals to those interested in history, wildlife, and ecology. Passengers are the sporty type, college educated, well traveled but unpretentious and enjoy friendship, companionship and light adventure.
The goal of the company is to provide an informal, unpretentious atmosphere with limited service or planned entertainment. They strive to provide an intimate and close-up view of places they visit. Since the ships have shallow drafts, they are able to access normally inaccessible places for swimming or snorkeling. The ships carry small sailboats, snorkeling equipment and even a glass bottom boat.
CRUISE STRENGTHS: Friendly, hard working staff, unique itineraries, small ships which encourages more intimate relationships among the passengers.
RECOMMENDED FOR: People who are seeking friendship, companionship, and light adventure; who dislike larger ships that attract swingers, superachievers, snobs, or people who are more into the nightlife scene.
HOME PORT & PORTS OF CALL:
Warren, RI; ships depart from various ports according to their itineraries. CRUISES: 6, 7, 12 & 15 day cruises from spring to fall: US coastal waterways between Rhode Island and Florida; Great Lakes/New England via the Erie Canal; New England/Canada/ Hudson River/Erie Canal; small rivers in mid-America. In winter, the Bahamas; Easternand Southern Caribbean; Virgin Islands; Orinoco River; Belize; barrier Reef to Honduras and Guatemala.
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