American River Cruises


American Steamboat Company’s
Antebellum South on American Countess
April 26 – May 3, 2020

River Cruising on the “Mighty Mississippi” is an experience in and of itself when you’re sailing onboard an authentic paddlewheeler.  It’s as if you’ve turned back the hands of time as you peacefully sail along the Mississippi, passing by mile after mile of shoreline whose story is beckoned to be heard.  Discover centuries-old shaded oak trees, elegant antebellum plantations, vibrant cities, and small country towns aboard a vessel that mirrors yesteryear.

Step aboard the American Countess, the latest addition to the fleet of paddlewheelers, and the newest ship on any U.S. river.  The Countess boasts four decks, including a Sun Deck, and 123 inviting staterooms that feature a sleek and modern design.  She offers Award-Winning “Broadway-Caliber Entertainment” nightly, that’s guaranteed to bring the house down!  Dining aboard the Countess is exquisite as a culinary team led by top chefs prepare out of this world meals in the rich surrounding of the Grand Dining Room.  She even has a “Riverlorian” on board presenting, educating, and hosting “river chats” and captivating tales, lore and legends!  Your cruise on the Mississippi is guaranteed to enrich, reward and deliver an experience that will exceed your expectations!  Choose your fabulous itinerary quickly as they are selling out daily!

If you have always wanted to cruise the Mississippi, but were not quite ready to make it happen, now is your chance to do it in style! Memphis to New Orleans is the most popular itinerary with stops and included tours in Vicksburg & Natchez, Mississippi, Baton Rouge & St. Francisville, Louisiana and an exclusive port stop at Nottoway Plantation.  Pre and post night tour options are also available in Memphis and New Orleans.  Call today for all the details and to learn more about the Steamboat Company’s Early Booking Discounts that could save you as much as $1800!   From $4198  Tour Activity Level 1


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