Celebrate the 70s aboard America’s ‘Dancing Queen’ paddlewheeler

Special Edition Themed Cruise

Exclusive for Australians – Save up to US$1000 per couple – Book by March 31, 2021


The largest steamboat ever built, the grand American Queen, will become a glam ‘Dancing Queen’ during three special, 70s-themed music cruises along America’s greatest rivers in 2022.

The American Queen Steamboat Company is offering exclusive savings of up to US$1000 per couple for bookings made by March 31, 2021.

Journey back in time to the colourful, celebrated era of ABBA, the Bee Gees, Donna Summer, Stevie Wonder, Queen, disco balls, tie-dyed shirts, bell-bottom jeans, headbands and gold medallions. The American Queen Steamboat Company’s iconic, 417-guest paddlewheeler, American Queen, will take nostalgic travellers on three 70s-themed journeys along America’s heartland rivers in June and October, 2022.  Each seven-night voyage will come alive with the classic hits and fashion of the 70s.

The American Queen Steamboat Company is offering Australians a special eight-night holiday package including a one-night, pre-cruise hotel stay. The packages are available on:

* June 12, 2022 – for a cruise along the Cumberland and Ohio rivers from Nashville to Louisville

* June 26, 2022 – for a cruise along the Mississippi and Tennessee rivers between the music capitals of Nashville and Memphis

* October 2, 2022 – for a cruise along the Mississippi River from Memphis to Alton

Each week-long cruise will be aboard the American Queen Steamboat Company’s famed flagship, American Queen – a modern but gracious celebration of America’s historic riverboats.  The stately and elegant river ship boasts Victorian-era décor, gleaming woodwork, a Grand Saloon, fine dining restaurant, café, grill restaurant, lounges, theatre, pool, gym, spa sanctuary, Ladies’ Parlor, Gentlemen’s Card Room and lavish stage shows that pay homage to American history.

Along the way, guests will be able to relive the days of Mark Twain’s Huckleberry Finn and relish the charms of music capitals such as Nashville and Memphis as well as fascinating, history-rich river towns in Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee and Illinois.

Including a one-night hotel stay, onboard beverages and shore excursions, the eight-night 70s cruise is available from US$2635 per person, twin share, for an interior stateroom – a saving of US$300 per person. An open veranda stateroom is priced from US$4335 per person, twin share – a saving of US$500 per person. The savings are valid for bookings made by March 31, 2021, subject to availability. (Fares based on the June 26, 2002 departure).

* To book contact your local travel agent or visit www.cruisetraveller.com.au/celebrate-70s

SOURCE: Cruise Traveller 

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