American Cruise Lines is one of the few river cruise companies that operates in the United States only. There are currently eight ships in its fleet with cruises available on the Mississippi, Ohio, … [Read more...] about American Cruise Lines: What Are Its Smallest, Largest and Most Common Staterooms Sizes?
Yes, it's true. The Queen of the Mississippi will be ending her journeys on the Mississippi River in 2016. That doesn't mean she'll stop sailing altogether, though. The move is actually a good … [Read more...] about Queen of the Mississippi Will Depart and a New Ship Will Enter the Mississippi River in 2016
American Cruise Lines welcomed its newest ship into the fleet this past weekend in New Orleans. The American Eagle was christened by Cheryl Landrieu, wife of New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu who … [Read more...] about American Eagle Christened in New Orleans
Wine-themed river cruises are popular in Europe, particularly along the Rhine and Moselle rivers. You don't have to travel to Europe, though, to enjoy one of these cruises. They're also available in … [Read more...] about Wine-Themed Cruises on the Columbia River
The Columbia and Snake rivers are located in the Pacific Northwest. River cruises are usually between Portland, Oregon and Clarkston, Washington. However, some itineraries begin or end in Spokane or … [Read more...] about Cruises on the Columbia and Snake Rivers
Mississippi River cruise itineraries are usually separated into the Upper and Lower part of the river. The Upper Mississippi is generally considered to be between St. Louis, MO and St. Paul, MN; and … [Read more...] about Cruises on the Mississippi River