The Signature Collection Sailings offer Exceptional Value and Exclusive Amenities.
- A 7-night riverboat cruise
- Pre-cruise hotel package
- Daily shore excursions
- Cocktail hour each evening
- All gourmet meals
- Afternoon tea service
- Breakfast room service
- Acclaimed enrichment program
- Wi-Fi throughout the ship
- Destination Guide
- Suggested Shore Excursions
Memphis 05/01/2021The largest city in Tennessee offers everything a curious tourist, hungry gourmet, or history buff could want to do and see at attractions that include music museums, art galleries, Mississippi riverboat tours, and the Memphis Zoo. Be sure to visit Graceland, and then visit the other side of Memphis at the W.C. Handy Museum, Shelby Farms, the largest urban park in the country, or the "twisted" National Ornamental Metal Museum. In the heart of "Blues City", you'll find the Peabody Memphis, one of the city's most popular attractions. Legendary, charming, and elegant are adjectives that perfectly describe this grand hotel, where its famous Peabody Ducks march to and from the Grand Lobby.,
Mississippi River Cruising
Mississippi River Cruising 05/02/2021Enjoy the warmth of the Mississippi River sun while lounging in the Queen of the Mississippi's many luxurious spaces, including the sun deck or Paddlewheel Lounge.,
Vicksburg 05/03/2021In Vicksburg, you'll find Southern hospitality in its most authentic form. This is a city bursting at the seams with history at some of its most poignant turns, art at its most creative angles, food at its finest flavors, and outdoor adventure at its most thrilling. With sweeping views of the Mississippi River, Vicksburg perfectly blends Southern culture and heritage along with hallowed stories of Civil War battles.,
Natchez 05/04/2021Sitting high on the bluff above the mighty Mississippi River rests Natchez, a city 300 years in the making. At first glance, Natchez appears to be frozen in time, with perfectly preserved homes and buildings that remind us of days gone by. In fact, over 1,000 of its historic structures are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Upon closer inspection, you will soon discover that Natchez, while indeed a reflection of the past, is also alive in the present – filled with arts, music, culture, events, commerce, and natural beauty.,
St. Francisville 05/05/2021This quaint southern town is filled with simple pleasures and unique treasures. Located on the bluffs of the Mississippi River, St. Francisville has been called "one of the 200 most beautiful small towns in America". During your stop in St. Francisville, taking a stroll through its historic center awakens an awareness of history, with two centuries of architecture and lifestyles. Nearby plantations beckon you back to a time when coquettish southern belles and their chivalrous suitors sipped mint juleps on the shady porches of these grand estates.,
Baton Rouge 05/06/2021Experience the wonder of Baton Rouge, Louisiana's capital city, one that is rich in culture and heritage. Known affectionately as the Red Stick, Baton Rouge is home to legendary Louisiana Cajun cuisine, fascinating plantation tours, and a variety of attractions and events. There is everything you would expect to find in a state capital, but with a down-home flavor that is part of its seductive charm. Baton Rouge is a destination with true Southern hospitality. Let us give you the grand tour of one of the most historic, vibrant and unforgettable cities in the South.,
Oak Alley Plantation
Oak Alley Plantation 05/07/2021Located on the Mississippi River between the historic cities of New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Oak Alley Plantation has been called the Grande Dame of the Great River Road. A quarter-mile canopy of giant live oak trees forms an impressive avenue that leads you to this classic Greek-revival style antebellum home. This imposing mansion has been restored to its 19th-century glory, a noble tribute to those who left an indelible mark on this rich river region.,
New Orleans 05/08/2021Nowhere is this city's spirit more evident than in the famed French Quarter, with its architectural mix of Spanish, French, Creole, and American styles. Also known as Vieux Carré - or the "Quarter" to locals - it sits on a bend of the Mississippi River on some of the highest grounds in New Orleans. Intimate and special, the city's oldest neighborhood has exerted a spell over writers and artists since the time of Mark Twain, Lafcadio Hearn, and John James Audubon. During your visit to New Orleans, you will begin to understand the city's unique ability to integrate history, absorb new influences, and fashion one-of-a-kind delights that continue to amaze not only much of the world, but also the inhabitants of New Orleans themselves.,
Information provided within these pages has been updated as of June 2019. While we do our best to ensure that stateroom descriptions and deckplans appearing in this website are complete and accurate, we cannot be responsible for inaccurate representations, which may or may not be under our control. Please reconfirm stateroom accommodations and deck placement prior to booking.
All fares are quoted in US Dollars.