Big River Boats on the Great River Road

Great River Road travelers can skip the road and ride the water! Here are some popular riverboats that connect regional culture with maritime adventures.

American Countess

American Countess takes you on a 15-day voyage on the Mississippi River and provides guided shore excursions, regional culinary dining, and high-quality entertainment. 

American Duchess

American Duchess is a boutique-style riverboat that offers spacious suites with ranges from 180 to 550 square feet. The riverboat offers open-seating dining, along with high ceilings and luxurious décor.

American Harmony

American Harmony features a five-story, glass-enclosed atrium, which acts as a central gathering point among river travelers. The riverboat’s Grand Suites offer 800 square feet, two glass walls, and a private wraparound balcony.

American Jazz

American Jazz

American Jazz is perfect for hosting cocktail parties or private dinners in their new Grand Suites. River travelers can also enjoy a private wrap-around balcony, plush seating, and spectacular views of the Mississippi.

American Queen

American Queen is the largest steamboat ever built. The steamboat has classic detailing with elegant woodwork, fresh flowers, antique décor, and lacy filigree.

American Song

American Song is a modern riverboat that explores the Mississippi’s scenic farmlands in modern comfort. Travelers taste regional cuisines, listen to onboard music, and adventure among historic landmarks. 

Delta Queen

Delta Queen is marked as a National Historic Landmark and is a member of the National Maritime Hall of Fame! Glide with history in the riverboat’s Victorian charm and grandeur. 

Queen of the Mississippi

Queen of the Mississippi holds numerous amenities besides comfortable lodging. Travelers can play golf on the top deck, sip afternoon tea in the Skye Lounge, visit the Mark Twain Library and more. 

USA River Cruises

Need assistance in choosing a cruise? USA River Cruises provides expertly crafted plans for river travelers. To learn more, visit their site here.