Out of an abundance of warning, American Queen Steamboat Company (AQSC) has prolonged its suspension of operations onboard the American Empress by August 2, 2020, and the American Duchess by August 16, 2020.
“The choice to increase our suspension was disappointing, however vital with a purpose to prioritize the wellbeing of our visitors, crew and companions,” stated John Waggoner, CEO and Founding father of American Queen Steamboat Firm. “We have now continued to observe the local weather surrounding COVID-19, we really feel that extending our relaunch date is essentially the most accountable technique to uphold our dedication to the security of every particular person who steps onboard considered one of our paddlewheelers and to the communities we go to.”
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Friends and journey brokers with shoppers on sailings shall be contacted to debate obtainable rebooking choices and supply a future cruise credit score for 125 % of the cruise fare, which shall be legitimate by 2022.
The American Empress, which sails the Columbia and Snake rivers, will now resume sailings after August 2, 2020.
The American Duchess, which sails on the Mississippi, Ohio and Tennessee rivers, has prolonged its suspension by August 16, 2020. AQSC intends to function the August 17-23 Decrease Mississippi crusing from New Orleans to Memphis, Tennessee.
The American Countess, AQSC’s latest paddlewheeler, will proceed with its deliberate August 8, 2020, cruise.
The American Queen, crusing the Mississippi, Ohio and Tennessee rivers, will finish its beforehand introduced suspension after August 8, 2020.
AQSC presently affords a versatile reserving coverage for peace of thoughts when making reservations. Passengers can change their reservation for any private motive as much as 24 hours earlier than embarkation.