Luxury riverboat operator American Queen Steamboat Company invites guests to enjoy the magic of springtime onboard one of its three famed paddlewheelers: American Queen, American Duchess and American Empress.
American Queen Steamboat Company (AQSC), a leader in U.S. overnight river cruising, completed a major milestone this past Friday in the construction of its 245-passenger American Countess, the fourth vessel in AQSC’s fleet which kicks off its inaugural season on April 5, 2020.
American Queen Steamboat Company (AQSC), operator of the most opulent riverboats in the world, and recently acquired Victory Cruise Lines, are making repairs, updates and improvements to its four AQSC riverboats and two Victory Cruise Lines passenger ships.
American Queen Steamboat Company (AQSC), a leader in U.S. overnight river cruising, recently closed on the purchase of the Victory I and sister ship Victory II from Sunstone Ships, Inc., in addition to the Victory brand.
American Queen Steamboat Company, operator of the most opulent riverboats in the world, invites guests to enjoy the dramatic landscapes that have long inspired artists, writers and steamboat passengers on one of their famed voyages along the Mississippi, Ohio, Tennessee, Cumberland, Columbia and Snake rivers this year.
HMS Global Maritime was named a 2018 Business of the Year in the “Very Large Company” category by Louisville Business First at its annual awards gala on Monday, Dec 3. A full-service marine management company, HMS Global Maritime was recognized for its significant growth in its overnight cruise division, specially within American Queen Steamboat Company (AQSC).
Video: American Queen Steamboat Company American Countess Construction Update
Last week, American Queen Steamboat Company released time-lapse video of construction progress on the American Countess at Gulf Island Shipyard in Houma, Louisiana. The 245-guest riverboat, the fourth vessel in the U.S. flagged fleet, is a paddlewheeler currently under construction using the existing hull of the Kanesville Queen, a former gaming vessel built in 1995.
Today, American Queen Steamboat Company announced that Ted Sykes will be stepping down from his role as President and COO by the end of the year. Sykes joined the river cruise line six years ago after the launch of the first boat American Queen.
Gulf Island Fabrication, Inc. announced today (Sep. 14) that, through its subsidiary Gulf Island, L.L.C., it has signed a contract for the expansion and delivery of one (1) 245-guest riverboat with American Countess, LLC.
The American Queen Steamboat Company, operator of the U.S.-flagged American Queen, is giving travelers the chance to ride the Columbia River. Because of consumer demand, three new cruises on the American Empress are now part of the boat’s 2018 schedule with five-day sailings out of Portland for a round trip voyage. (travelagentcentral.com)