Everything was top shelf - from luxurious accommodations and fabulous dining, to stellar entertainment and tour options throughout the week, all delivered with true southern hospitality.Also in 2015, American Cruise Lines launched their brand new, 150-passenger Queen of the Mississippi, following the same itineraries as her predecessor.The remainder of the year, cruises are available on the Lower Mississippi between Memphis and New Orleans.
Recommended by the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau.The Steamboat Natchez Cruise tour is an easy way to see the city from a different perspective.Pre-Cruise - New Orleans, LA Each Mississippi itinerary comes complete with a Complimentary Pre-Cruise Package, providing you with a seamless way to board the ship and explore the local area.One of the most effective ways to immerse yourself in New Orleans or Memphis culture is by trying the local cuisine.
The Queen is the largest riverboat in the world with a passenger capacity of over 400.This is exactly what we encountered during our recent trip to the Crescent City as we took the Natchez dinner cruise aboard.
This two-hour narrated cruise takes you back when cotton was king and life was slow and graceful as the current on the Mississippi.
Overnight paddlewheel riverboat cruises on the Mississippi River.River cruises are rated according to the quality of the vessel and its accommodations, the number of included amenities and activities both on and off the ship, the class of hotels used for land portions of itineraries, and the level of service delivered.The Mississippi cruise offerings from American Queen Steamboat Company are divided between two riverboats, the American Empress and the American Queen.The famous Delta Queen steamboat is docked in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Soak up the beauty of New Orleans from the decks of the Steamboat Natchez.
American Cruise Lines offers a variety of Mississippi River Cruises.Taking a cruise on the Mississippi River is a must do while in New Orleans.
American Queen Steamboat Company offers river cruises in the United States.View the French Quarter, the Port of New Orleans, and Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve and be entertained by a historian narrator with a detailed description of New Orleans landmarks, history, vessel information, and river lore.The Culinary Cruise along the Lower Mississippi River cruise is perfect for food lovers who relish the blend of American, French, and deep South influences on dishes native to the region.American Queen Steamboat Company specializes in paddlewheel cruises on U.S. rivers, including the Mississpipi, the Ohio and Tennessee, and the Columbia and Snake rivers.Let us take you back to when life was as slow and graceful as the current on the Mississippi.
Choose an outside table to enjoy views of the New Orleans skyline during the cruise.A TASTE OF THE TRUE SOUTH - Memory flows deep and sentiment eddies and swirls along the Lower Mississippi River.