Grand American Queen
The largest steamboat ever built, the grand American Queen is a gracious and elegant triumph of American ingenuity. Although filled with today's modern amenities, her rooms and accommodations display all the opulence of the American Victorian era. Glistening woodwork, fresh flowers and antiques adorn her interior spaces. Outside, lacy filigree evokes memories of the many stately river steamers that preceded her and so inspired her designers. While on board, you can select a volume from the vast collection in the Mark Twain Gallery, the boat's library. Or enjoy a sing-along in the Main Deck Lounge, and then tap your toes to a lavish show in the two-deck-tall Grand Saloon, the most elegant showplace on the river. Combining the best of the old and the new, this beautiful lady of the river epitomizes the grace and grandeur that has made steamboat travel a cherished American tradition for more than two centuries. One voyage and you'll see why.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
carole matthews 71 2 New Orleans Baton Rouge etc1 users found this review helpful.
Went on American Queen June 2012. Great experience. Small but comfortable cabin an lots to do esp side trips Was to celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary Cruise was relaxing an weather was...read more
John Egbert 58 30 New Orleans to memphis8 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 76 10 Mississippi river from Saint Louis to New Orleans20 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