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Roundtrip New Orleans

For those looking for a brief encounter with the historic South and a splendid New Year's celebration, this is the perfect journey for you. Resolve to have more fun and greet the New Year aboard the new American Duchess. The celebration carries throughout your voyage, but a special New Year's Eve gala will surround you in elegant decor, confetti, champagne, newfound friends and the uplifting refrains of "Auld Lang Syne." Be one of the select few who can claim to have celebrated New Year's Eve on the Mississippi River aboard America's most luxurious riverboat.
2017 Cruise Voyages
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2018 Cruise Voyages
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  • Jan 4
    Jan 11
    Jan 18
    Jan 25
    Feb 1
  • 4 night cruise
  • New Orleans, St. Francisville, Nottoway, New Orleans
  • Antebellum South
  • Jan 7
    Jan 14
    Jan 21
    Jan 28
  • 4 night cruise
  • New Orleans, Oak Alley, Baton Rouge, New Orleans
  • Antebellum South
  • Feb 4
    Feb 11
    Feb 18
    Apr 8
  • 8 night cruise
  • New Orleans, St. Francisville, Natchez, Vicksburg, Grand Gulf, Nottoway, New Orleans
  • Southern Sampler
  • Dec 23
  • 7 night cruise
  • New Orleans, St. Francisville, Natchez, Baton Rouge, Nottoway, New Orleans
  • Christmas Cruise

New Years Celebration

Resolve to have more fun and greet the New Year on the American Queen. The celebration carries throughout the week, but a special New Year's Eve gala in the marvelous Grand Saloon will surround you in elegant décor, confetti, champagne, newfound friends and the uplifting refrains of "Auld Lang Syne." Be one of the select few who can claim to have celebrated New Year's Eve aboard the world’s grandest and most majestic riverboat. 

Antebellum South

Immerse yourself in the rich history and culture of the Old South. Our Antebellum South voyages carry you along the lower Mississippi River where it is easy to imagine that time has stood still. From New Orleans to Memphis, sugar cane is still grown as it was a century ago and lovingly restored mansions and plantations grace the Great River Road.