Great American Steamboat Company Cruise Line
In April of 2012, the American Queen will resume her proud role of taking guests on steamboat adventures through the heartland of America. Once again, you will be able to enjoy these unforgettable river voyages with your family and friends.
The Great American Steamboat Company gives you everything you loved about the Delta Queen Steamboat Company, plus much more. By combining all the best attributes of the steamboat experience, we've taken steamboat travel to a totally new level of historical enrichment, cuisine, comfort and service.
Great American offers all the adventures and amenities that have made steamboat travel such a cherished American tradition—the history and heritage, the warm ambiance of a floating antebellum mansion, the thrill of exploring Mark Twain's America, the succulent dining, the showboat-style entertainment and dancing the night away to the sounds of swing and big band music. Combine this with gracious service from an all-American staff, and you have an experience that can only be found aboard the American Queen.
They also offer complimentary soft drinks and bottled water, as well as complimentary wines and beers at dinner. And you'll be delighted to know that the American Queen will be serving the cuisine of famed American chef Regina Charboneau.
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Recent Great American Steamboat Company Reviews
John Egbert Grand American Queen New Orleans to memphis5 users found this review helpful.
The ship was an amazing experience, both good and bad. The travel, the food and the entertainment were great. The service is probably the WORST that we have experienced on any of our 30 cruises.... read more
Jim Fox Grand American Queen Mississippi river from Saint Louis to New Orleans18 users found this review helpful.
This was a bit of a disappointment for what you pay. The good: The boat is beautiful. Cruising down the Mississippi from Saint Louis to New Orleans was a wonderful... read more