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French America Line Set to Resume Mississippi River Cruise Sailings In Mid-June

The 150-passenger Louisiane (Courtesy French America Line)French America Line has a new date — June 17 – for relaunch of its sole vessel, Louisiane. The 150-passenger riverboat, which had an ambitious schedule of itineraries on a variety of American rivers, including the Mississippi, the Red, the Ohio and more – began sailing in October 2016 — two months late, as the result of flooding in Louisiana. (cruisecritic.com)




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French America Line Announces 2017 US River Itineraries for m.v. Louisiane, March 4, 2017 – January 6, 2018

The 150-passenger Louisiane (Courtesy French America Line)French America Line, the newest US cruise line, has opened 2017 itineraries for bookings aboard its elegant flagship Louisiane, a vessel that was created to bring a refined ambience to America’s waterways. The 2017 online brochure is now available to download.




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Columbia Queen heads to New Orleans for makeover

The 150-passenger Louisiane makes her way slowly South from Portland, Oregon, to her new home port of New Orleans (Courtesy French America Line)The riverboat Columbia Queen is taking a 5,425-nautical-mile ocean cruise lashed to the cargo barge Columbia Newark and propelled by the tug Jack Brusco. The passenger vessel is heading toward a multimillion dollar makeover at Bollinger Shipyards, a new name and a maiden voyage in late September. (workboat.com)




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Boutique Riverboat Louisiane Makes Her Way Slowly South From Portland, Oregon, To Her New Home Port Of New Orleans

The 150-passenger Louisiane makes her way slowly South from Portland, Oregon, to her new home port of New Orleans (Courtesy French America Line)Last Friday evening, June 24, saw the 347-ton ocean tug Jack Brusco pick up her tow of the 150-berth boutique river cruiser Louisiane, loaded and secured on board the deck of the semi-submersible barge Columbia Newark, which can also double as a container barge.




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