Launched in 1995, this spectacular riverboat has joined sister boats Delta Queen and Mississippi Queen on North America's best-known river. Featuring spacious rooms - not cabins - and well-designed public rooms, American Queen offers an all-American river cruise experience.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
carole matthews 70 2 st francisville baton rouge etc6 users found this review helpful.
Went June 2012 for 50 Anniv and it was excellent. Food was great service above par cabin was small but comfortable an cute as a button. Entertainment was fabulous as was family friendliness Loved...read more
Frank Beckendor ACC MCC Ds 52 5 Mississippi72 users found this review helpful.
When my wife called me and asked me to get a price on the American Queen for a short cruise, I didn’t hesitate for one minute. It doesn’t take much for me to go cruising. Not much. Well,...read more
Darrell Mount 40 5 3 day cruise63 users found this review helpful.
For the past few months I had been looking towards this cruise, because I really wanted to see the difference between a steamboat and major cruise ship experience. What I found was that if ...read more
Doug Eads N/A 18 Cincinnati to Memphis 6 nights10 users found this review helpful.
“The steamboats were finer than anything on shore — like palaces.” Mark Twain, Life on the Mississippi. Prologue: Like no other industry conceivable, the travel...read more
Matt Levy 12 2 Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Hunington, Maysville, Cincinnati9 users found this review helpful.
Lazily steaming up the river in a rocking chair, tranquility all around, a sunset reflected by the blue waters of the Ohio, food and drink whenever you want, a crew who really cares about you, you...read more
Mary Lou Guthrie 52 n/a Ohio River40 users found this review helpful.
STEAMBOATIN' ON THE AMERICAN QUEEN, 10/14/97 - 10/19/97 Previous cruises - Royal's Crown Odyssey (Mediterranean), Cunard's Sagafjord (Alaska), American Hawaii's Independence...read more