The Pacific Northwest is one of the most ideal, yet often overlooked, river cruise destinations. Sailing the Columbia and Snake Rivers between Oregon and Washington State is an active journey … [Read more...] about River Cruising the Active Pacific Northwest
American Cruise Lines has announced details for the first of a new class of five riverboats destined for America’s rivers. The first in the series is scheduled to begin in 2018 and will carry … [Read more...] about American Cruise Lines Announces First New Riverboat for America’s Rivers
While river cruising’s epicenter is undoubtedly situated over in Europe, the waterways of the United States are becoming more competitive with each passing year. With cruises along the Mississippi … [Read more...] about Paddlewheel River Cruise Roundup
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
From Oregon to Washington, S.S. Legacy Is A Journey Back In Time Aaron Saunders, Live Voyage Reports Thursday, June 11, 2015 Hello from The Dalles, Oregon, where Un-Cruise Adventures’ S.S. Legacy … [Read more...] about In Pictures: River Cruising the Columbia & Snake Rivers with Un-Cruise Adventures