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Music of the 50s & 60s Theme Cruise – 10 Jul 2022

Cruise & Stay 8 nights from Nashville to Memphis aboard the fabulous American Queen paddlewheeler.

Music of the 50s & 60s Theme Cruise

US $2,735

Per person

7 Night Cruise sailing from Clarksville to Memphis aboard American Queen. Hotel stay pre-cruise in Nashville. Day 1: Hotel Stay – Nashville, TN Enjoy your complimentary stay at the pre-cruise hotel. The evening is yours to become acquainted with the city. Our Hospitality Desk will be located in the hotel, and our friendly staff can assist with everything from general questions about your upcoming voyage to reserving premium experiences. Both American Queen Steamboat Company and local representatives will be readily available to provide you with dining, entertainment and sightseeing options to maximize your time here. Day 2 and 3: Clarksville, TN Grand steeples puncture the city skyline, and groomed streets disperse into sounds of serenity at the Riverwalk, where American Queen guests arrive at Clarksville. Take a stroll down the promenade, soak in serenity at the riverside, then head downtown to experience this empire that sprouted from a dream. Day 3: River Cruising Watch small river towns and lush landscapes slowly become lost in the horizon as sunlight plays upon the deck. Take hold of a literary classic, curl up on a plush chair in a cozy corner and relish in the moment of tranquility. Experience the fulfillment that river cruising offers. Day 4: Dover, TN A resting dock meets guests in Dover, a town that reveals the value of serenity in river living, where peace and quiet are interrupted only by cricket chirps and birdsong. Adventure through Fort Donelson – Dover’s touchpoint during the Civil War – which has been resurrected into a nexus of history and natural riches. Here, hilltops harbor somber stories, country roads lose themselves in golden horizons and historic treasures are kept secret behind the tree lines. Capture the romance of this little river town’s past, and experience the everyday phenomenon of its future. Day 5: Paducah, KY In the hands of artists, modern Paducah was thrown into form. Fingertips muddied with passion and eased by the vision of river water glided along the surface to pull up the community and create the National Quilt Museum. Residents backstitch past into present, then bind appreciation for culture – ensuring that the seams of history will not soon come undone. The people of Paducah have taken great care to orchestrate every crevice of its community into a symphony of craft and color. Life is a work of art, and the town of Paducah certainly is alive and well. Feast in this foodies’ fantasy. Uncover mastership. Catch a glimpse of Paducah. Day 6: Cape Girardeau, MO Cape Girardeau has shown hospitality to the likes of Mark Twain, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, and now greets our guests in the same vein. Peeking through the long-standing architecture and handsome panoramas are moments that will mature into golden memories. They say sometimes the little things make the biggest impact, and here, a million little things have built an empire. Take time to dance among the light of day or pedal along the sliver of bike lanes that strip along city streets. Embrace legends, discover a simpler time and relive the wonders of the past. Here, exploration of young America is at your fingertips. Day 7: Columbus, KY Columbus, Kentucky, located in Hickman County, is the oldest town in Jackson Purchase. First established on the Mississippi floodplain in 1804, the town was initially known as “Iron Banks.” This naming convention was due to the site’s name in French: les rivages de fer. The great Mississippi Flood of 1927 rampaged the town and caused its residents to move its location to the present-day site further inland. Day 8: New Madrid, MO New Madrid is known for being near the military engagement the Battle of Island Number Ten during the Civil War. The city is also famous for being the site of a series of more than 1,000 earthquakes in 1811 and 1812, caused by what is called the New Madrid Seismic Zone. Explore the history of earthquakes, documented with seismographic recordings, in addition to Native American artifacts, Civil War artifacts and family life in New Madrid during the 19th and 20th centuries. Day 9: Memphis, TN Memphis has a plethora of places to visit and things to do for all guests. Embrace the city that has been coined not only the home of the blues but also the birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll. Boogie on down to Beale Street – alive with quirky places to indulge in some Southern barbeque, purchase souvenirs for friends and family (or a little something for yourself) and sip on a Blue Suede Tini. As one of the most famous music destinations in the world, Memphis is a melodious port for our guests to experience.

SPECIAL EDITION THEMED CRUISE: Music of the 50s & 60s Cruise Theme From the music to the onboard events, you`ll be transported to one of the most iconic periods of Rock`n`Roll. So, put on your dancin` shoes, bring out that old poodle skirt and get ready for this exclusive musical experience. SUMMARY: Cruise Package Duration: 8 nights Cruise-Stay Package Begins: 10 July 2022 – hotel in Nashville, USA Cruise Begins: 11 July 2022 – embark, Clarksville, USA Cruise Ends: 18 July 2022 – disembark, Memphis, USA Ship: American Queen River: Mississippi & Tennessee Rivers INCLUSIONS: • 1 night pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast in Nashville • One way transfer from hotel to port on cruise departure day • 7 night Mississippi & Tennessee River cruise aboard the American Queen from Clarksville to Memphis • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • Complimentary hop-on hop-off shore excursions in each port of call • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • 24-Hour room service onboard cruise • Complimentary onboard cruise `Unlimited Beverage Package` – including beer, wine by the glass, spirits and cocktails valued at up to US $12 in value per drink including 15% gratuity (does not include special tasting events onboard) • Complimentary cappuccino, espresso, specialty coffees, tea, bottled water and soft drinks throughout your cruise voyage • A dedicated fleet of deluxe motor coaches • Port charges of USD $199 per person • Prepaid ships gratuities of USD $137 per person DISCOUNTS: This cruise has been discounted by between $200 and $500 USD per person in selected categories for Australian residents! Please see below for a list of the significant savings you can enjoy for new bookings up to the 31st of December 2021*. All rates in USD per person Twin Cat E Interior: Was $2935 – NOW $2735* Twin Cat D Deluxe Stateroom with Bay Window: Was $4535 – NOW $4035* Twin Cat C Stateroom with Open Veranda: Was $4835 – NOW $4335* Twin Cat B Stateroom with Open Veranda: Was $5135 – NOW $4635* Twin Cat A Deluxe with Private Veranda: Was $5335 – NOW $4835* Twin Cat PS Paddlewheel stateroom with Window: Was $5435 – NOW $4935* Twin Cat JS Junior Suite with Open Veranda: Was $5435 – NOW $4935* Twin Cat DS Deluxe Suite with Open Veranda: Was $6035 – NOW $5535* Twin Cat LS Luxury Suite with Private or Open Veranda: $8335 (no discount) Twin Cat OS Owners Suite with Private Veranda: $9935 (no discount) Single Cat SI Interior: $3535 (no discount) Single Cat SD Deluxe Interior: Was $4235 – NOW $4035*

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