Who Owns American Classic Voyages Co. Remnant Assets?
Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of the American Classic Voyages Co. Bankruptcy Estate in May 2012.
On October 19, 2001, American Classic Voyages Co. and its related entities (“American Classic Voyages”) filed a chapter 11 petition in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware, assigned case No. 01-10954. A liquidating plan was confirmed, which designated a plan administrator to liquidate the estate’s assets. Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of American Classic Voyages in May 2012.
Related Entities: AMCV Holdings, Inc., AMCV Property Co., American Classic Voyages Co., American Hawaii Cruises, American Hawaii Properties Corporation, Cape Cod Light, LLC, Cape May Light, LLC, Cat II, Inc., Cat III, Inc., Coastal Queen East, LLC, Coastal Queen Holdings, LLC, Coastal Queen West, LLC, Columbia Queen, Cruise America Travel, Incorporated, Delta Queen, DQCV, LLC, DQSC-2, Inc., GAMI Acquisition Corp., Gator Corp., Great AQ Steamboat Co., Great Hawaiian Cruise Line, Inc., Great Hawaiian Properties Corporation, Great Independence Ship Co., Great NW Steamboat, LLC, Great Ocean Cruise Line, Inc., Great Pacific NW Cruise Line, LLC, Great River Cruise Line, Inc., Great River Transportation Co., Great Ship Independence, Inc., JPI Acquisition Corp., Ocean Development Co., Project America Ship, Inc., Project America, Inc.
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About American Classic Voyages Co.
Incorporated in 1993, American Classic Voyages was a leading provider of overnight passenger cruises among the Hawaiian Islands and on the inland rivers and coastal waterways of North America. As the largest American-flagged cruise line, the company operated seven vessels with nearly 3,500 passenger berths. American Classic Voyages employed over 1,400 people.
American Classic Voyages also operated under several trade names including American Hawaii Cruises, Cruise America Travel, Delta Queen Steamboat and Ocean Development.
The former headquarters of American Classic Voyages was located in Chicago, IL.