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American Cruise Lines Doubles Capacity on the Columbia and Snake Rivers

#expeditioncruising American Cruise Lines announced today the Queen of the Mississippi (to be renamed) will join the Queen of the West in the Pacific Northwest on the Columbia and Snake Rivers. This three-year-old vessel, with all oversized stateroo...
by Expedition Cruising on Aug 6, 2015

Mississippi riverboat in New Orleans

#expeditioncruising American Cruise Lines will homeport its second Mississippi riverboat in New Orleans. The two new riverboats are the first new ships built specially for the Mississippi River in 20 years. Construction of the 305-foot, 150-passenge...
by Expedition Cruising on Feb 23, 2015

Un-Cruise Adventures Offers Seven Theme Cruises for 2014

S.S. LegacyUn-Cruise Adventures is offering seven theme cruises in summer 2014. Guest experts sail on weeklong cruises aboard the 88-guest S.S. Legacy and 86-guest Safari Endeavour in Southeast Alaska. The S.S. Legacy, a replica coastal steamer saili...
by Expedition Cruising on Feb 5, 2014

American Cruise Lines Announces 2014 Schedule

American Cruise Lines officially announced today its 2014 cruise schedule, which includes over 35 unique itineraries. With advance bookings already ahead of the previous year, the line is preparing for an exciting year ahead, with new itineraries and...
by Expedition Cruising on Oct 14, 2013

American Cruise Lines Introduces 4-Night Cruises on the Mississippi River

American Cruise Lines announced the addition of four-night cruises to the Queen of the Mississippi’s 2013 schedule. Three days shorter than the standard itinerary length the line offers on the Mississippi River, the new cruises will focus on the va...
by Expedition Cruising on Apr 1, 2013

American Queen Cancels Two Sailings for Extended Drydocking

The American Queen Steamboat Company announced it is cancelling the February 7 and February 15, 2013, voyages of the American Queen. The boat will spend this extra time in the shipyard providing engineers the opportunity to build a completely new and...
by Expedition Cruising on Jan 14, 2013

The Love Boat Comes to Liberty Bay in Poulsbo WA – Sort of!

American Cruise Lines is putting Poulsbo (Little Norway) on their list of cruise tour stops beginning in early May 2013...
by Bremerton Real Estate on Jan 10, 2013

Queen of the Mississippi christened

Source: www.cruiseweekly.com.auNASHVILLE was the scene of a historic event over the weekend, with the first authentic paddlewheeler built for the Mississippi River in nearly 20 years, Queen of the Mississippi, officially christened at a lavish waterf...
by Expedition Cruising on Aug 27, 2012

Mississippi Paddlewheel Revival

The big red paddlewheel is turning. Crowds rush to the riverbanks of small towns to whoop and wave. In the pilot house, Capt. John Sutton lowers the twin stacks so American Queen can pass under railroad bridges. Heavily laden coal barges, like long c...
by Expedition Cruising on May 9, 2012

American Cruise Lines Plans Mark Twain Tribute Sailing

Queen of the Mississippi, 150-passenger sternwheelerBy Theresa Norton Masek (Travelpulse)American Cruise Lines, getting into the spirit of its new Mississippi product, is offering a special Mark Twain tribute cruise aboard the new Queen of the Missis...
by Expedition Cruising on Feb 24, 2012


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