Sail Date: August 2012
This cruise was fabulous. We were blown away by the outstanding crew. When you meet them once, they remember your name when you see them again. Open dining was terrific because you could sit at any table -- there was no assigned seating. ... Read More
This cruise was fabulous. We were blown away by the outstanding crew. When you meet them once, they remember your name when you see them again. Open dining was terrific because you could sit at any table -- there was no assigned seating. All of the passengers dined at the same time. The cocktail hour each evening had anything you wish to drink and I mean from A to Z. When you went, you walked in and went over to the bar, they remember you from the night before as well your drink of choice...and even had it poured before we ordered. The hors d'oevres were sumptuous and were served throughout the entire hour, and the variety was great -- we had so much to choose from. Also, the breakfast service on our balcony was a nice touch. In fact, the same breakfast menu offered in the dining room was available on our balcony. On other cruises we've taken, the room service menu was limited, but this was certainly not the case aboard Queen of the Mississippi. Everything was available to us. Our stateroom was very large, fitting a queen size bed, full dresser, night stands and a sitting area. Getting around was very easy. Aboard the cruise, a riverlorian was present, and she was very knowledgeable of the Mississippi and our ports of call, and gave terrific explanations of landmarks and sights. We saw the Vicksburg battlefields from the Civil War on a bus tour which the riverlorian joined us on. She did a great job narrating and pointing out everything notable. Incidentally, the riverlorian's husband was aboard Queen of the Mississippi playing the banjo and he too was fabulous. Summing up our experience, it was wonderful. There's not a negative thing to say about our cruise. The ship was beautiful as were the ports of call. And the crew, as I mentioned before, was fabulous. They really made the cruise. We can't wait to go again. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2012
Our introduction to our trip was great! We brought our cousins from Cincinnati aboard for lunch. We realized that we were just below the Begals stadium and the Red Sox stadium! As we departed, then our trip on the Ohio river began! Our ... Read More
Our introduction to our trip was great! We brought our cousins from Cincinnati aboard for lunch. We realized that we were just below the Begals stadium and the Red Sox stadium! As we departed, then our trip on the Ohio river began! Our stateroom was the largest we have ever had, with enough room for more clothes than we brought with us. We loved the balcony, as we could open our side and join our friends in the next room. The four of us enjoyed having breakfast on the balcony one morning as we sailed down the Ohio and enjoyed the beautiful scenery and breeze. The tours planned by American Cruise Lines were great. We enjoyed the historic town of Maysville, Ky, even though I grew up 40 miles from there. We learned a lot about the town we didn't know. The old homes are beautiful, and the Miniature Museum was fascinating. Portsmouth, Oh was a neat town with lots of history. The murals on the flood walls are exceptional. Our tour guide was very knowlegable about the history of the area. Then on to Gallipolis, OH where the shops were very interesting. The townspeople in all of the ports were exceptionally friendly! When we arrived in Wheeling, WV, we were surprised at the size of the town. For years we had driven around it on the Interstate, never stopping to really see the town. The tour was quite interesting, court house where the state government was decided upon. All of the ports were clean, accessible, and had friendly people around the area. Our rooms were kept clean, our bed was comfortable, we had a great time, and returned very rested. We are taking another Am. Cruise Lines trip Nov. 2013In summing up the trip, we loved it. We played bridge each evening in one of the lounges. The cocktail hours each day were very nice with excellent hors d'euvres! The only criticism we have is that our soups were not good, but we understand that has been corrected by hiring a new chef :-) Thank you, American Cruise Lines for a great trip!! P.S. I noticed in one of the unfavorable reviews that one person was upset that she didn't see any wood on the Mississippi Queen. The American Cruise Lines made every effort to follow "Coast Guard" guidelines in building the Mississippi Queen and, therefore, it is fireproof as much as possible. We had the privilege of seeing this ship being built in Salisbury, MD. Even the ceilings are fireproof! Also the paddle does move and provides about 30% of the power. The ship also has side thrusters so that it can land easily. It sounds to us that the person who wrote the negative review needs to be on a Carnival Pary cruise. She infers that it is only for the ill and infame, but we don't consider ourselves in that catagory and had a wonderful trip!! Bellplayer Read Less
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Sail Date: September 2012
A couple of weeks ago on September 15th,I boarded the Queen of the Mississippi for a cruise to St. Paul, MN on the Upper Mississippi. Unfortunately, a barge had hit a lock causing the lock to be closed for needed repair and cleanup. This ... Read More
A couple of weeks ago on September 15th,I boarded the Queen of the Mississippi for a cruise to St. Paul, MN on the Upper Mississippi. Unfortunately, a barge had hit a lock causing the lock to be closed for needed repair and cleanup. This was no fault of the boat. ACL hoped that the Queen of the Mississippi could leave St. Louis on the 16th but still the lock was not opened. The itinerary had to be changed and so the QM turned around and headed down to the confluence and headed up the beautiful Ohio River. A change of itinerary is always a let down to the passengers but not us. We enjoyed the cuisine, the beautiful lounges, the entertainment and the tours. Some of the passengers including myself, are in the Golden Age bracket but that doesn't stop us from having fun. It's wonderful that the crew gives that extra help needed for those who have disabilities. Our staterooms were very large, housekeeping took excellent care of our rooms, loved the regional menu choices and appreciated the entertainment. I loved hearing from the riverlorian about the area we were cruising. I'm a traveled cruiser so I look at every day as an adventure. I look forward to my next cruise on the Queen of the Mississipi which I booked for 2013. The crew were wonderful to us. Hope I see them again. It's not easy on the crew including navigation when an event happens such as the lock closure. I also enjoyed the Paddlewheel Lounge where you could look through the windows at the red wheel splashing through the water and several times I heard the calliope play. There is complimentary snacks and beverages in this lounge which I enjoyed often plus homebaked cookies throughout the day. I also loved the complimentary cocktail hour at 5:30 pm every day in the Magnolia Lounge. I don't normally drink alcohol due to my asthma problems however, the bartender made me delicious "virgin" daquiries and pina coladas. The Ohio River is truly "beautiful" as the song says. I'm glad I had the chance to cruise on this river and loved going to Paducah. The Quilt Museum is amazing. Even the husbands who were at first reluctant to go to museum, were glad they went. I'm a widow who travels by herself. I never felt lonely. It was wonderful to meet so many new friends. Some of them booked the same cruise that I did for next year. It will be fun to see them again. There may not be a casino or a "rock climbing" wall but that is why some folks like the big ships. I've also cruised on large ships however, my preference is cruising on riverboats such as the Queen of the Mississippi. Read Less
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Sail Date: September 2012
American Cruise Lines -- Queen of the Mississippi -- St Louis roundtrip 9/15 Day 1: St Louis: Already had to clean the bathroom door something red all over NOT sure what it was and I'm not sure why they couldn't have ... Read More
American Cruise Lines -- Queen of the Mississippi -- St Louis roundtrip 9/15 Day 1: St Louis: Already had to clean the bathroom door something red all over NOT sure what it was and I'm not sure why they couldn't have cleaned it. Cabin - SMALL very small. The decor was BLAND and the room looked like a cheap hospital room right down to the square overhead fluorescent light. All that was missing was a monitor or two next to the bed. NO curtains just mini blinds. There was nothing private about the veranda you could see anyone on either side of you and hear all their conversations. Bathroom - don't even ask even smaller. The light in the shower was full of dead bugs which is not something you want to see first thing in the morning. NOW the good news.. WE are stranded in St Louis.. some thing has happened on the MS north of us and we can't leave.. Don't know how long we are here for or if we are even leaving. HATE it so far. They have told us nothing and from what we have heard from the crew the accident happened on Friday meaning that they knew about it before we boarded this morning. People have asked to get off and have been told that there would be an update by 9:30AM tomorrow. See note below about what time we left (7:30AM) so all those people were PISSED. They should have given us the chance to make other plans or updated us on what was going on. NOTHING ever came at any time. Day 2: St Louis -- To Chester: Well here it is day 2 and we finally set sail at 7:30AM. We are sailing south to NO WHERE until they can tell us if we can sail north to our ports of call. There are no updates. More or less rumor mill at the moment. As of last nights dinner I am the talk of the boat already. I GOT NOTHING to eat.. they ran out of food. And what they did serve everyone was HORRIBLE. You should hear the complaining and more complaining. For example: The menu said Oysters Rockefeller see the s at the end of the word OYSTER WELL you only got ONE oyster and it was so small it would fit on your finger nail. Desert was a joke too. Everyone was still talking about the CREAM PUFFS from Wal-Mart. Breakfast was good though Eggs Benedict but the quiche get ready for this, was the size of a half dollar.. It was that small. And if you wanted a ham and cheese omelet you could NOT have it. They used up the ham for the quiche.. Can you believe that one? NO HAM and we just left. THIS IS NOT WORTH THE MONEY WE PAID... We have seen nothing but muddy old man river and rusty barges and the level is so low it makes it even uglier. They make you pre order for lunch and dinner in the morning so they know how much to make for the day. YEP and I got nothing last night so that tells you how great that works out I will never suggest this at anytime for anyone, even mom is upset as are 90 % of the passengers right now. MUNITY!! Day 3: Chester: Well here we are still don't know anything!!! Stuck in Popeye town!! All we have heard thru the grapevine(rumor after rumor) is that we are leaving at 11:30AM but to where no one knows. At least the food as improved and I did get dinner last night. The one meal the do good is breakfast!! Update. Well we are now going DOWN river again.. Still going no where close to our ports of call I can't even begin to pronounce this next one. If I were suicidal in anyway I would have slit my wrists by now. I can't imagine that anyone is enjoying this. I don't know if I can stand another day of this.. all we do is sit around and wait for food and than everyone runs for that.. OK with this crowd they limp along to that but boy they don't miss a feeding.. Think the Dawn of the Dead or Night of the living dead movies and you have this crowd.. the smell of OLD is every where.. I have never felt so trapped.. I should have just worked from this trip we haven't gone anywhere.. What a waste of time and money.. I could have been laying on a beach or doing anything but this.. I mean we toured the Wal-Mart and McDonalds and saw 3 prisons.. I mean come on.. this is just horrible. PRAY for us.. Day 4: Chester to Cape Girardeau: Day 4 we are still heading south .. we are currently in Cape Girardeau MO home of Rush Limbaugh.. or as I like to say ANTIQUE row.. there is nothing here once again. We will be leaving at 11:30 PM for Paducah KY(Yes you are seeing that correctly KY) No one is happy about all this and we have no idea from hour to hour of what we are doing or why or anything. Now for your laugh of the day last nights entertainment.. Get ready.. Banjo guy.. BUT wait he didn't just play EVERYONE had to sing along.. YES. 40 minutes of pure He**.. I have finally figured out what this cruise is.. If you took an assisted living facility and placed it on a barge bottom and pushed it down the Mississippi you have it. These people are rude and circle food and booze like it is going out of style for some reason. They will knock you over to be first in the dining room and don't even block there way to the happy hour.. You know how other cruises go by so fast. NOT THIS ONE!!!! The only high points have been the guy doing Mark Twain and Dustin Fox the waiter we try to sit with everyday. And that is it. They have decided to give us all the tours now for free so we took the first one today what a BUST it was to a closed down mill and covered bridge under construction. Boring. Day 5: Cape Girardeau: See day 4 above Day 6: Cape Girardeau to Paducah: Well here we are now on the Ohio River trying to get to Paducah KY.. We have spent over 4 hours sitting at a lock ... than once we got in they decided to work on the lock doors and now we are TRAPPED inside of the lock.. I'm running out of words to use to describe how horrible this has been.. Now people are starting to get sick.. PLEASE god don't let it be norovirus.. but with our luck it probably will be I just wish they would turn us around and go back to St Louis and let us go home.. WE are all so bored there is nothing to do The boat is horribly decorated.. I told someone today.. That even Rhett and Scarlet would have asked to be let off .. NO grand staircase no wood nothing that would make you think you were on a paddle wheeler. Did I tell you the best part.. the paddle wheel is a JOKE it isn't even hooked up.. so we really aren't sailing on a paddle wheeler.. Day 7: Cruising to St Louis: OK.. it is now 2PM and we are heading back up to St Louis. No idea when we will get back but assume sometime Friday.. Spent the day on a bus driving around looking at old run down houses and than on to the QUILT MUSEUM.. yes you heard me the Quilt museum.. I have to admit it was interesting, if I had to pay that would be a different story The high point was getting filmed for the local PBS station special.. just loved my comments on the quilts go figure.. In my spare time, and there is lots and lots of that, I have totally redecorated this boat in my head and will suggest a few changes when I get back. There is truly only one place on this NURSING HOME barge that even comes close to what you would have expected. So much wasted space for something so small Well I have to run .. the excitement continues this afternoon with KITE flying off the top deck.. YES kite flying and scenery watching( sounds like Alaska right) .. I will be forever scared by this cruise and it will take a lot of arm twisting before I would ever try small ship cruising(or as I like to call it) Assisted living cruising again.. Day 8: St Louis: Arrived back in St Louis sometime after 10PM or so. We were all so happy to get off the boat you have no idea. BUT guess what they forgot about the Alzheimer's run that closed down the road in front of the Arch. They had trouble getting the buses and taxis in to get us out. It just figures one last mess up. And the GUESS what bus to ride game was fun too. They must have moved our luggage around 5 times and had to go back and forth on what bus was going where so many times they finally had the bus drivers confused. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2012
We have cruised the Mississippi and European Rivers for years. Generally cruising is our favorite kind of vacation, but we do prefer the smaller ships and usually end up on a river. This was our second cruise with American, and it was ... Read More
We have cruised the Mississippi and European Rivers for years. Generally cruising is our favorite kind of vacation, but we do prefer the smaller ships and usually end up on a river. This was our second cruise with American, and it was perfect - one of the best vacations of our life. We flew from New York to New Orleans where the cruise began. The cruise lines office had told us that the ship can be a little difficult to find and offered exact directions that we could use to help a taxi there. As it turned out our taxi driver knew exactly where the ship was, and had carried some of our fellow passengers earlier that day. As soon as we arrived the deck boys greeted us, unloaded the car, and brought our luggage directly to our stateroom. It was the easiest boarding process we have ever seen. Once on board we were thrilled. Our cabin was the largest we have ever had - and we normally buy good category cabins. It was also much larger than the last stateroom we had with American when we were on the Snake River cruise. It was a similar category and price, but a world of difference. New ships are the way to go. We normally do not buy a private balcony, in Europe we like the French balconies, but the Queen of the Mississippi does not have them. Rather than buy a low category we bought the private balcony and we were glad we did. It had a big glass door which made the whole room feel surreal, and the balcony was wonderful to sit on in the mornings before having to be social with other guests. We have been to the Mississippi River before, so we knew what to expect. When you take a cruise on it, the service on board is the most important. The service was so helpful with everything that we couldn't find a way to complain. Each crew person spoke English clearly, smiled and worked hard. If we had anything in our hands, they always offered to carry it. Jokingly, when we saw them carrying things we started asking if they needed a hand. There are lots of areas on the ship for people to enjoy one-anothers company, and there are even more quiet recluses where you can read a book in piece or put your feet up and watch the river. Each area is decorated differently. The paddle wheel lounge is designed to honor the old Delta Queen. The only thing that doesn't seem like the Delta Queen in that room is that the couches are actually comfortable, its funny the small things you remember from years ago. The other lounges get out of the stogy history and give you a really good feeling. The upper lounge was my favorite. It was decorated with light colors, had wicker furniture, and had large windows which let in lots of light. The stops along the way are always the same when you cruise the Mississippi River. They were Oak Alley, Natchez, Vicksburg, and a few others. We love each town, but they are small and don't change, so you when you get there you know what to expect. Each time you cruise there, the tours are also pretty much the same. History doesn't change much. The cruise director handled the tours well and dealt with changes as they came. He was calmer and more organized than most cruise directors. What else... the food of course. Perfect perfect perfect. I want to take the chef home. They know how to cook and they know how to portion. The only thing that wasn't perfect was that one morning I had dreadful bacon - it was way over cooked. I think the server knew it was no good, so after a few minutes she offered to bring more. The replacement was the way bacon should be. The week went by fast and we bought another cruise with American before we left. Next spring we are going to take a southeastern cruise on one of their other ships. Read Less
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Sail Date: December 2012
Speechless...that is how we feel. Do not take the Mississippi River Trip!!! The river is too low. The company knew that before we departed. The informed us our first night on the river that we would not make it to Vicksburg. That was the ... Read More
Speechless...that is how we feel. Do not take the Mississippi River Trip!!! The river is too low. The company knew that before we departed. The informed us our first night on the river that we would not make it to Vicksburg. That was the jewel destination for many of the passengers. They said they would bus us to Vicksburg and show us a good movie. Only made it as far as St. Francis villee. We were told another of their boats was broken down in Natchez so we needed to turn around and head back to Baton Rouge. Uh oh, now we have engine trouble and must return to New Orleans. Lies. The crew told us they knew the truth when we boarded. The very sad thing is, they are heading out tomorrow with another boat load of unlucky passengers who have paid $10,000 for a trip to no where!! The crew was wonderful. Found out they were also told lies when they hired on. old they would make a minimum of $800.00 a week. Not true. These young people are working 16 hours a day...seven days a week. OK, I enjoyed my food very much. My husband however, asked for vegetarian meals...did not happen. He was served the garnishes from the meat entreesA couple of nights the entertainment was very enjoyable. Again the staff has been friendly, but the owners of this company are thieves. We were informed it took only 7 couples to pay for the trip. The rest pure profit. We are not part of the 1%. I work for a nonprofit organization and live a modest life. Maybe other passengers are comfortable with throwing thousands of dollars into the pockets of greedy corporate millionairs. I am not. I may return to the boat tomorrow to warn the passengers. Beware...beware...beware of the Queen of the Mississippi. *************************END OF REVIEW****************************** Community Manager's Note: We have received the following official response from American Cruise Lines Public Relations Team (www.americancruiselines). It appears in italics below the bolded line in its entirety. _______________________________________________ It is unfortunate to hear this individual had a dissatisfactory experience aboard Queen of the Mississippi. It was a difficult trip due to the historic low water levels on the Mississippi River and an unforeseen breakdown of another vessel in Natchez. The broken down vessel in Natchez was not an American Cruise Lines vessel, and not in any way connected to American Cruise Lines. That vessel did, however, prevent Queen of the Mississippi from docking in Natchez. Due to the inability to dock there, Queen of the Mississippi made two additional unscheduled stops before returning to New Orleans â€" one at Houmas House Plantation in Darrow, LA, and another stop at Laura Plantation in Vacherie, LA, both of which were very much enjoyed by passengers. The suggestion that 7 couples, or 9% of the passengers, pay for the trip is obviously inaccurate and we think most people will realize that. Although most of the passengers were very pleased with their cruise experience (in fact, a number of them rebooked their next cruise with us before leaving the boat), it is disappointing to hear that this individual did not. As far as we can tell, American Cruise Lines has the highest repeat rate of any cruise line in the industry. The River level and conditions have improved somewhat and Queen of the Mississippi is currently running on schedule and is expected to make all stops........American Cruise Lines (www.americancruiselines.com) ____________________________________ Read Less
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Sail Date: March 2013
Before we boarded the Queen of the Mississippi we were scooped up and taken care of in royal and friendly fashion. The crew took our luggage and sent us in to relax with fresh cookies, coffee and live jazz music while we sorted out the ... Read More
Before we boarded the Queen of the Mississippi we were scooped up and taken care of in royal and friendly fashion. The crew took our luggage and sent us in to relax with fresh cookies, coffee and live jazz music while we sorted out the rooms. The entire seven days continued with staff and crew taking such good care of us; amazing meals every day; fun ports to explore; kite flying off the top deck; coffee, tea, fruit, snacks and cookies 24 hours a day; awesome cocktail hours; lectures and local entertainment daily. This was my fifth cruise with AMERCIAN CRUISE LINES. Each one was a different venue, different parts of the USA to explore but always the same fabulous service, food, new excursions. I recommend AMERICAN CRUISE LINES without hesitation. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2013
I thoroughly enjoyed a week on the Queen of the Mississippi. I was traveling with my mother. We were delighted to meet several other mother/daughter and aunt/niece groups who were booked on our cruise. Our balcony stateroom was spacious ... Read More
I thoroughly enjoyed a week on the Queen of the Mississippi. I was traveling with my mother. We were delighted to meet several other mother/daughter and aunt/niece groups who were booked on our cruise. Our balcony stateroom was spacious and impeccable. We enjoyed the wide range of activities at each port, from visiting a civil war battlefield, to shopping, to exploring museums, plantation homes, and towns; there was always something to do. The highlight of our trip was the boat docking at the end of Oak Alley Plantation and wandering around the property. When cruising down the river, we enjoyed chatting with other passengers, reading on the sundeck, and the on-board entertainment. We found the food to be excellent, portions to be plenty, and the kitchen staff very accommodating with my food allergy. Our cruise ended in New Orleans just in time for Jazz Festival. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2013
It was a fun cruise and a surprise in that we couldn't sail from our original St. Paul, MN, point of departure. Since the water was too low on the upper Mississippi, the company repositioned our Queen to Cincinnati. We stayed ... Read More
It was a fun cruise and a surprise in that we couldn't sail from our original St. Paul, MN, point of departure. Since the water was too low on the upper Mississippi, the company repositioned our Queen to Cincinnati. We stayed overnight at the RiverCenter Marriott the night before we sailed. Great restaurant on site, too. Amazingly, our weather was comfy for our cruise--mostly in the 70's--and we didn't get any rain, except during our tour of the Jim Beam distillery outside of Louisville. Once we were ready to reboard our bus, the rain just about ceased. Afternoon tea was served at 3:30 each day...I forgot to mention the warm cookies at 10 each morning, if we stayed on board. With open seating, our dining was just delicious & the staff was energetic and very cheerful. Our chef was great. Every night before 6:30 dinner, we had an open bar--the drinks were primo! I haven't gotten on my scales yet but I did use the stairs instead of the elevator. We all enjoyed entertainment each evening after dinner, too. Different musicians came on board. The Monarchs did fabulous '60s music and a lot of people danced their feet off. Our room was nice with a little balcony. The bath was adequate, with a noisy toilet which seems to be the case on all cruising ships. We were cautioned not to flush anything but t.p. as the last time somebody did that, it threw the entire toilet system off for 3 hours. We had some Special guest cruisers. One was long-time actor Richard Garey. He lives in Hannibal, MO, and has been performing as Mark Twain for over 40 years. He meandered all over the ship, and dined with us several times. This man is just wonderful! He channels Mark Twain beautifully. We all got a real thrill over having him on our ship. He entertained us with speeches and was happy to discuss his life on the Mississippi just as if he really were Samuel L. Clemens. Another actor was Doug Weeks: doing a light-house keeper (his actual true great-great grandfather); a traveling trader along the Mississippi; George Westinghouse, with all of these roles done "in costume." Same with Mark Twain, in a white suit...very charming. Dan The Banjo Man gave lessons on banjo playing and spoke at different times about the music and types of banjos used to delight us all. We had a riverlorian, Mike, who knew more about the Ohio River than we could believe--he was just fascinating. We even went up at midnight to see the Pleiades meteor showers. The last day, we docked in St. Louis and enjoyed a wonderful afternoon bus tour around the city, enjoying the old beautiful homes, history of the city, and a stop at Anheuser Busch's brewery & home of the Budweiser Clydesdales. They are magnificent animals! Their stables are probably cleaner than my home. Our cruise was 7 nights and I highly recommend it to anyone that loves our rivers and gets a thrill out of seeing our history. The amazing Ohio really developed our early Northwest Territory & it was fun to imagine being an early settler! Our ports of call: Madison, IN; Louisville, KY; Henderson, KY; Paducah, KY; & St. Louis, MO. Here's some neat sites: http://www.heritagestage.com/ http://www.americancruiselines.com/small-riverboat-cruise-ships/Queen-of-the-Mississippi http://www.budweiser.com/en/us/content/clydesdales/article/the-budweiser-clydesdales http://www.tripadvisor.com/Tourism-g44881-Saint_Louis_Missouri-Vacations.html I hope some day you go! We had such a good time that we've signed up to do an ACL Fall Colors cruise up the Hudson River in October. Read Less
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Sail Date: August 2013
The Queen is a beautiful stern wheeler with comfortable accommodations. The staff is pleasant and eager to please. The food is delicious with a delectable presentation. River lorianne is always available and extremely knowledgable. ... Read More
The Queen is a beautiful stern wheeler with comfortable accommodations. The staff is pleasant and eager to please. The food is delicious with a delectable presentation. River lorianne is always available and extremely knowledgable. Fun too. Entertainment onboard is perfect. Relaxing, educational, and pleasurable sums up cruising on a sternwheeler. The Columbia and Snake Rivers cruise on a sternwheeler likewise is relaxing, educational and pleasurable. Anmerican Cruise Lines consistent to their service accommodating a small number of passengers creating a very welcoming and pleasing relationship. The cruise lines have their job to do bring you to some of the most beautiful spots on the USA Rivers. And ACL does it in style. Read Less
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