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    American Canadian Caribbean Line, Inc., (ACCL) was founded by Capt. Luther H. Blount in 1966 to serve a growing market of adventurous travelers who were more interested in exciting destinations than large, crowded and over-adorned cruise ships. ACCL offers 25 different cruises in the Caribbean and Central America (Winter Schedule); and the US and Canada (Summer Schedule). These cruises range from six to 15 days. Because of ACCL's close ties with Blount Industries, Inc., it can maintain a rapid production of new ships. As a result, ACCL claims one of the most modern fleet of cruise ships in the industry. Carrying fewer than 100 passengers, the three nearly identical cruise ships in ACCL's fleet are all American built and have U.S. registry. Designed specifically for ACCL's exotic itineraries, all ships have a retractable pilot house that allows them to cruise beneath low bridges, a stern swimming platform and shallow draft in order to cruise a shallow jungle river in Guatemala or isolated Anegrada. This family-run operation picks out a little-known cruising region then builds the cruise ship to take passengers there. These ships have stern swimming platforms, ideal for snorkelers and swimmers, carry a Sunfish sailboat and small glass-bottom boat for viewing under water. If you seek itineraries which focus on water sports and the local flora and fauna, ports with nary a cruise ship in sight and want to forgo standard cruise ship activities, like bingo, dancing and dressing for dinner, this ships can provide a sublime cruise experience.

Cruise ships and itineraries:

Grande Mariner: US registered, built 1998, 99 gross tons, 100 passengers, 30 crew members.
Itineraries:
From December through April, ACCL's three vessels cruise on 12-day itineraries in the Panama Canal/Darien Jungle; Trinidad & Tobago with Venezuela's Orinoco River; Belize's Barrier Reef, Guatemala and Honduras and the Virgin Islands. From May through November, the ships cruise the canals and rivers of the U.S., including the Mississippi, Great Lakes, Erie Canal and Saguenay River. Itineraries are 7- to 15-days in duration.
  Grande Mariner cruise ship
     
Grande Caribe: US registered, built 1997,  99 gross tons, 100 passengers, 30 crew members.
Itineraries:
From December through April, ACCL's three vessels cruise on 12-day itineraries in the Panama Canal/Darien Jungle; Trinidad & Tobago with Venezuela's Orinoco River; Belize's Barrier Reef, Guatemala and Honduras and the Virgin Islands. From May through November, the ships cruise the canals and rivers of the U.S., including the Mississippi, Great Lakes, Erie Canal and Saguenay River. Itineraries are 7- to 15-days in duration.
  Grande Caribe cruise ship
     
Niagara Prince: US registered, built 1994,  99 gross tons, 84 passengers, 25 crew members.
Itineraries: Caribbean,
Atlantic Coast and Great Lakes from Labrador to South and Central America.
  Niagara Prince cruise ship