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January 29, 2021 River Cruising No Comments Email Email

The American Queen Steamboat Company (AQSC) has launched an exciting, new-look website for the Australian market which makes it easier and quicker than ever to search for the company’s famous paddlewheeler cruises on America’s great rivers. To mark the launch, savings of up to US$2000 per couple are available for bookings on 2022 cruises made by March 31, 2021, through AQSC’s Australian representative and small ship specialist, Cruise Traveller.

Created and managed by Cruise Traveller, the totally revamped website – www.aqsc.com.au – offers super-fast search functionality, making it quicker to find cruises by region, vessels, dates and special themed sailings. Brochures can be easily viewed and downloaded and the latest specials are clearly highlighted offering thousands of dollars in savings. A new feature is a city stay page which offers travellers the chance to extend their holiday with three-day packages including accommodation, meals, touring and attractions in popular centres like New Orleans and Memphis.

Cruise Traveller has also created a password-protected portal for travel agents where they can download images and join the new-look International Steamboat Academy which offers on-demand, information training modules as well as certificates and a certified agent logo for agents who complete the training. To gain access to the agent portal, email Cruise Traveller via aqsc@cruisetraveller.com.au or contact Key Partnership Managers Julie Donaldson (NSW & ACT) – julie@cruisetraveller.com.au – or Karen Revell (QLD, WA, NT, SA, VIC & TAS) – karen@cruisetraveller.com.au

Guests and agents can register on the new website to receive news on the latest offers and programs as soon as they are released, especially with pent-up demand meaning cruises in 2022 and beyond are set to book out quickly.

The new website highlights the new 2022 program for AQSC which features 163 cruises on five of America’s most iconic rivers – The Mississippi, Ohio River, Tennessee River, Snake River and Columbia River. The 2022 season will also include AQSC’s latest river ship, the 245-passenger paddlewheeler, American Countess, which joins the American Queen, American Duchess and American Empress to offers guest classic, elegant and modern American river cruise experiences.

AQSC’s award-winning cruises feature America’s most authentic paddlewheel riverboats which offer deluxe and elegant décor, gracious service, rewarding enrichment experiences and a celebration of the legends, colour and history of America’s iconic rivers such as the Mississippi, famously lauded by author Mark Twain in novels like ‘The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn’.

Fares for all AQSC cruises now include a complimentary, onboard unlimited beverage package, all onboard meals, a one-night pre-cruise hotel stay, ship gratuities and complimentary hop-on, hop-off shore excursions with a dedicated fleet of deluxe motor coaches.

Cruise Traveller is offering an eight-night package in 2022 that includes a seven-night cruise between Memphis and New Orleans – AQSC’s most popular itinerary – and one night’s accommodation pre-cruise. Fares are available from US$2235 per person, twin-share (December 11 and 18, 2022 departures aboard American Queen) in an interior cabin – a saving of US$300 per person while an Open Veranda stateroom (Category B) is available from US$3435 per person, twin-share – a saving of US$1000 each.  Book by March 31, 2021.

Call Cruise Traveller on 1300 680 374 or visit the new website – www.aqsc.com.au

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