Schwartzman, M.T.
March 2006
Cruise Travel;Mar/Apr2006, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p48
The article presents information on some of the cruise lines operating in the United States. American Canadian Caribbean Line's three vessels range throughout the entire eastern half of the United States. While its reach has grown, what began as a family business still operates in much the same manner. Clipper Cruise Line Inc. travels the Colonial Coast in what the operator calls "casual first-class style." Clipper's itineraries explore the history and natural beauty of America's original seaboard. Cruise West, one of the largest small-ship operators with eight vessels ranging in size from 70 to 114 passengers, spans the entire West Coast. INSET: Small Ships Hit Turbulent Times.


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