American Cruise Line said the 175-passenger American
Constellation will spend its second season in Seattle, offering five-,
eight- and 11-day Puget Sound itineraries in the spring and fall.
The ship will also mount eight- and 15-day Alaska cruises
from late June to late September.
Introduced in 2017, the Constellation was designed as a
coastal cruiser and offered New England itineraries in its first season.
Starting in late January, it will sail a five-day route that
includes Anacortes, Friday Harbor and Port Townsend, Washington. The longer 8-,
and 11-day itineraries add ports such as Olympia, Tacoma, and Victoria, British
Columbia, among others.
In April, the Constellation's cruises will feature a tulip
theme. Other activities include whale watching, kayaking, salmon tasting, jet
boat excursions and tours of the Butchart Gardens attraction in Victoria.
Onboard for all Puget Sound cruises are an environmental educator,
two resident historians and an ecologist/birdwatcher.