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Memphis to New Orleans

Explore the land of bawdy blues and Southern belles. This journey showcases the diversity and drama of the Lower Mississippi River. From New Orleans to Memphis, the river rolls slowly and expansively, smooth as a southern drawl. The bayous and woodlands along the shore create dramatic landscapes that are virtually unchanged since the days of the French fur traders. Gracious towns with palatial mansions and tree-lined streets abound. History is everywhere - in silent Civil War cemeteries, in the soulful gospel blues of Helena and virtually everywhere you turn in Memphis, best known for jazz, barbecue, and of course The King of Rock and Roll and his home at Graceland.
2018 Cruise Voyages
  • Cruise Date
  • Duration
  • Itinerary
  • Theme
  • May 13
    May 27
    Jun 10
    Sep 23
    Oct 7
    Oct 21
  • 8 night cruise
  • Memphis, Helena, Vicksburg, Natchez, Baton Rouge, St. Francisville, Nottoway, New Orleans
  • Antebellum South
  • Dec 16
  • 8 night cruise
  • Memphis, Helena, Vicksburg, Natchez, Baton Rouge, St. Francisville, Nottoway, New Orleans
  • American Music Cruise
2019 Cruise Voyages
  • Cruise Date
  • Duration
  • Itinerary
  • Theme
  • Jan 13
    Jan 27
    Feb 10
    Mar 31
    Apr 14
    Apr 28
    May 12
    May 26
    Jun 9
    Jun 23
    Sep 22
    Oct 6
    Oct 20
    Nov 3
    Nov 17
  • 8 night cruise
  • Memphis, Helena, Vicksburg, Natchez, Baton Rouge, St. Francisville, Nottoway, New Orleans
  • Antebellum South

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. 

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.