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River Cruising in the United States

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Antebellum South (New Orleans to Memphis) on the American Queen

Mark Twain's Mississippi (St. Louis to Minneapolis) on the American Countess

New Year's Eve Celebration (Roundtrip New Orleans) on the American Queen

April 5, 2020 Antebellum South on American Queen Steamboat

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9 Days / 8 Nights | on the American Queen | New Orleans to Memphis

New Orleans, Louisiana ~ Nottoway Plantation, Louisiana ~ St. Francisville, Louisiana ~  Natchez, Mississippi ~ Vicksburg, Mississippi ~ Port of the Mississippi Delta / Greenville, Mississippi ~ Memphis, Tennessee

 

Memory flows deep and sentiment eddies and swirls along the Lower Mississippi River. Experience authentic Southern culture as you journey through living history and soak in the romantic spirit of the Antebellum era. Fertile cotton fields, vast sugar cane plantations and imposing pillared mansions will transport you back in time, as will the Civil War battlefields. 


Starting from $1,525

 

Rates are per person double occupancy and include cruise, port charges, and government fees. Airfare and transfers are additional. Please contact us for rates from your area.


PASSPORT REQUIRED


DEPOSIT POLICY: An initial deposit of $740 per person double occupancy or $1,480 per person single occupancy is required in order to secure reservations and assign cabins. Final payment is due approximately 5 months prior to cruise departure.


 American Queen charges a $250 per person administration fee for any cancellations/changes up to 121 days prior to departure. 


Those who book early get the best prices, the best cabin locations, 

and their preferred dining times.

 

How do I reserve this cruise for my group? 

Call 1-800-423-0247 for more information and reservations.

September 13, 2020 Mark Twain's Mississippi | American Queen

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9 Days / 8 Nights | on the American Countess | St. Louis to Minneapolis

Alton, IL (St. Louis, MO) ~ Hannibal, MO ~ St. Clinton, IA ~ Dubuque, IA ~

La Crosse, WI ~ Red Wing (Minneapolis), MN

 

Many would argue that Samuel Clemens, best known by his pen name Mark Twain, is quite simply one of America's greatest authors. On this magnificent journey along the Upper Mississippi River, you will delve deep into the life and work of Samuel Clemens as you witness his legendary words and wit brought to life onboard by an expert tribute artist who will leave you with the lasting impression that you just had an in-depth conversation with the legendary author himself. American Queen’s included Hop-on Hop-off tours allow you to explore Twain's childhood hometown of Hannibal, Missouri; the town from where much of the inspiration for his beloved classics such as The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is derived. You will not want to miss this opportunity to share the Mississippi River with Mark Twain.


Starting from $2,225

 

Rates are per person double occupancy and include cruise, port charges, and government fees. Airfare and transfers are additional. Please contact us for rates from your area.


PASSPORT REQUIRED


DEPOSIT POLICY: An initial deposit of $980 per person double occupancy or $1,960 per person single occupancy is required in order to secure reservations and assign cabins. Final payment is due approximately 5 months prior to cruise departure.


American Queen charges a $250 per person administration fee for any cancellations/changes up to 121 days prior to departure. 


Those who book early get the best prices, the best cabin locations, 

and their preferred dining times.

 

How do I reserve this cruise for my group? 

Call 1-800-423-0247 for more information and reservations.

December 27, 2020 New Year's Eve on American Queen

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9 Days / 8 Nights | on the American Queen| Roundtrip New Orleans

New Orleans, Louisiana ~ Nottoway, Louisiana ~ St. Francisville, Louisiana ~ Natchez, Mississippi ~ Vicksburg, Mississippi ~ New Orleans, Louisiana


A SWINGING GOOD TIME ON THE MISSISSIPPI -  Experience the best plantations, gardens, big band swing music and cuisine all in one incredible journey. Soak in the Antebellum spirit as stately Southern belles greet you at the impressive tree-lined entrance to Oak Alley Plantation where you can learn the ways of the blacksmith. Each evening enjoy the 13-piece “The Great American Swing Band” as they play the tunes you know so well, all in the original arrangements that made them legendary. There will be dancing every night with dance hosts available, as well as Ballroom Dance lessons. Feel your worries drift away with the relaxing pace of life on the river.


Starting from $1,925

 

Rates are per person double occupancy and include cruise, port charges, and government fees. Airfare and transfers are additional. Please contact us for rates from your area.


PASSPORT REQUIRED


DEPOSIT POLICY: An initial deposit of $820 per person double occupancy or $1,640 per person single occupancy is required in order to secure reservations and assign cabins. Final payment is due approximately 5 months prior to cruise departure.


American Queen charges a $250 per person administration fee for any cancellations/changes up to 121 days prior to departure. 


Those who book early get the best prices, the best cabin locations, 

and their preferred dining times.

 

How do I reserve this cruise for my group? 

Call 1-800-423-0247 for more information and reservations.