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American Cruise Lines comes to the Scenic City

American Cruise Lines has debuted a new cruise along the Tennessee River this summer.

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Float from Chattanooga to Nashville on this cruise.

Photo provided by Chattanooga Tourism Co.

A celebration was recently held welcoming American Cruise Lines (ACL) for its first summer of business in the Scenic City.

ACL debuted its Tennessee River Cruise — an eight-day, seven-night cruise operating between Chattanooga + Nashville — this summer. The cruises will be offered through August aboard ACL’s Mississippi riverboats. The boats can accommodate up to 180 guests and offer private balconies so you can watch the beautiful nature scenes as you pass by.

Folks will learn about the rich history and culture of the region from expert local guides at each stop. Pro tip: Make sure to check out our friends at NASHtoday to make the most out of your stop at Nashville.

Not able to go this summer? The cruise will operate again in 2024, with several voyages taking place from May to early November.

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