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American Cruise Lines is back on the Mississippi River this month.

It starts its biggest season ever on the Mississippi, introducing the brand new American Serenade.

It includes a new eight-day Tennessee Rivers itinerary between Nashville and Chattanooga, TN;.

ACL will operate five new riverboats and over 11 Mississippi cruises from St. Paul, to New Orlean.

On 20 April, American Serenade will make its Mississippi debut, sailing from New Orleans to Memphis on a special eight-day Christening Cruise.

American Serenade will be accompanied on Mississippi cruises this season by merican Melody and American Symphony, and two classic paddlewheelers.

American Cruise Lines continues to operate the longest US river sailing, the 22-day Complete Mississippi River cruise.

All 2023 Mississippi River sailings include one-night complimentary hotel stays in every departure port.

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