$1499 – U.S.: Travel Back in Time on a Steamboat, 60% Off
Rollin' down the river in a paddlewheeler is one of the coolest ways to see the Pacific Northwest.
American Queen Steamboat Company -- named one of the top river cruise lines by Conde Nast Traveler readers -- navigates America's most iconic waterways with its Victorian era-inspired paddlewheelers and steamboats. This offer lets guests travel back in time and save 60% on current rates.
These weeklong sailings include an upscale hotel stay before the cruise, all meals and drinks, including beer and wine with dinner, shore excursions and onboard lectures and events. Here are the per-person prices on our favorite itineraries that are part of this sale:
- $1499 ... June 11, 25; July 9, 23; from Vancouver (WA) to Clarkston on the American Empress (seven nights)
Ports of call include: Astoria, Oregon; and Stevenson, Washington
- $1499 ... July 30; Aug. 6; roundtrip Minneapolis on the American Queen (seven nights)
Ports of call include: Dubuque, Iowa; and Winona, Minnesota
- $1499 ... July 2; Memphis to Louisville on the American Queen (seven nights)
Ports of call include: Brandenburg, Kentucky; and Madison, Indiana
This is part of a larger sale that includes additional itineraries and higher category cabins.
Ship details: The American Empress and American Queen cater to a mature crowd and feature multiple dining options, theaters with nightly entertainment and Wi-Fi. Decor is Victorian Americana, including a 19th-century-style card room. The American Duchess, launching in summer of 2017, is the first all-suite paddlewheeler in the U.S.
Note: This deal is based on double occupancy. Port charges are an additional $169 per person. Full payment is required at time of booking.
Book by May 23.