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This was our first cruise with American Cruise Line, but it will not be our last. Everyone on the cruise was so friendly, guests and crew, that you felt like being on a family reunion for the week. The Queen of the Mississippi had a golf cart aboard that they brought ashore at each stop to help those passengers that needed assistance getting to and from the buses.We needed a shower chair and it was in the shower when we arrived in our room. We enjoyed sitting on our balcony most days, eating the warm cookies that were served at 10am. It is the first cruise where we have attended all of the evening entertainment, because it started at 8:15 and each night was very entertaining. They had Mike & Kate, River Lorians onboard that gave talks about the river and history of the Civil War and places that we stopped that was very enjoyable. From Captain Robert Hopkins, who gave us a tour of the Pilot House to Cruise Director Austin Parham who organized us at the hotel and helped us aboard the Queen of the Mississippi to Deck hand Lindsay Crouch who drove my husband ashore in the golf cart many times, every staff person on the boat was extremely friendly and willing to help you with anything to make your time with them enjoyable.

Fantastic time on the Mississippi

Queen of the Mississippi Cruise Review by suzyqj

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This was our first cruise with American Cruise Line, but it will not be our last. Everyone on the cruise was so friendly, guests and crew, that you felt like being on a family reunion for the week. The Queen of the Mississippi had a golf cart aboard that they brought ashore at each stop to help those passengers that needed assistance getting to and from the buses.We needed a shower chair and it was in the shower when we arrived in our room. We enjoyed sitting on our balcony most days, eating the warm cookies that were served at 10am. It is the first cruise where we have attended all of the evening entertainment, because it started at 8:15 and each night was very entertaining. They had Mike & Kate, River Lorians onboard that gave talks about the river and history of the Civil War and places that we stopped that was very enjoyable. From Captain Robert Hopkins, who gave us a tour of the Pilot House to Cruise Director Austin Parham who organized us at the hotel and helped us aboard the Queen of the Mississippi to Deck hand Lindsay Crouch who drove my husband ashore in the golf cart many times, every staff person on the boat was extremely friendly and willing to help you with anything to make your time with them enjoyable.
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Cabin 506
We found the cabin to be comfortable and it had plenty of room for storage. The bed was nice and we enjoyed sitting on the balcony when we were cruising. Valerie Hart made sure that our room was kept clean and full of supplies at all times.

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