Companies that offer Mississippi River boat cruises include American Queen Steamboat Company, Paradise Charter Cruises and American Cruise Lines. American Queen Steamboat Company and American Cruise Lines offer cruises covering the entire Mississippi, while Paradise Cha...
Some options for riverboat cruises near Detroit include the Detroit Princess Riverboat, Diamond Jack's River Tours and Infinity-Ovation Yacht Charters. Riverside Kayak Connection offers two-hour kayak tours of the Detroit River.
The Lower Mississippi River Cruise, the Big Bang Swing Cruise and the Civil War Cruise are some of the river cruises in Mississippi, as of 2015. Starting at New Orleans or Memphis, these cruises travel along the part of the Mississippi River that borders the western sid...
Mississippi River cruises start from several different cities, including Memphis, St. Louis, New Orleans and Nashville. Travelers can choose a cruise on the Lower Mississippi, Upper Mississippi or the entire river. Several cruises have themes, such as Southern culture o...
As of 2015, some river boat cruises offered by Vantage Travel include the Douro River in Portugal, Seine River in Paris and Rhine River in Germany. Cruises can range from 10 days to 26 days and can travel through several countries.
Two companies that offer Mississippi River cruises are American Cruise Lines and the American Queen Steamboat Company. One-way and round-trip cruises are available on several ships.
American Cruise Lines offers Mississippi riverboat cruises from New Orleans, LA all the way to St. Paul, MN and many points in between. Numerous other boats and traditional paddlewheelers offer day tours on the Mississippi River. Some include dinner, music or stops to v...