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American Empress, Pacific Northwest Cruise ex Vancouver to Clarkston – 03 Jul 2022

7 Night Cruise sailing from Vancouver to Clarkston aboard American Empress. 1 night hotel stay pre-cruise in Vancouver.

American Empress, Pacific Northwest Cruise ex Vancouver to Clarkston

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7 Night Cruise sailing from Vancouver to Clarkston aboard American Empress. 1 night hotel stay pre-cruise in Vancouver. As the American Empress transports guests through the riverways of the Pacific Northwest, evergreen and ever-beautiful, the landscape transforms from a majestic wall of spruce and pine to rolling hills speckled with vineyards and cherry trees. The water seizes the sky, and swallows it whole to reflect cloud and fowl. Here, Mother Nature presents her purest expression of life – untamed, spiritual and free. Day by Day Itinerary: Day 1: Hotel Stay – Vancouver, WA Enjoy your complimentary stay at the pre-cruise hotel. Day 2: Vancouver, WA, Departure 6:00 PM A suburb of Portland, Oregon, Vancouver, Washington, has taken on a distinctive identity of its own. Located in an ideal spot among Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge and the Pacific Coast, Vancouver boasts a newly renovated waterfront and an abundance of activities, scenic landscapes and historic attractions for all to enjoy. Day 3: Astoria, OR Astoria is known to be the oldest American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. There is no doubting the richness of the history grounded in this Columbia River town. For thousands of years, the Clatsop Tribe inhabited the lands. Today, you can climb to the top of the Astoria Column – wrapped in depictions of history – look out over the landscape toward the Pacific Ocean and watch your model wooden airplane glide through the air to its rest below. Day 4: River Cruising Day 5: Stevenson, WA Stevenson embraces the adventurist – with hiking trails, hot springs and local wineries, a visitor is sure to find plenty to do. Opportunities for educational enlightenment abound within the Columbia River Gorge Interpretive Center and at Bonneville Dam. Consider a stop downtown to visit restaurants, cafés and small locally owned shops in which reside treasures of the Pacific Northwest. Day 5 and 6: The Dalles, OR At the end of the overland Oregon Trail, The Dalles holds a unique place in history as a jumping-off spot for pioneers, soldiers, gold miners, adventurers, gun-slingers, floozies and scallywags. The Dalles, although a part of the Oregon High Desert, features a long growing season and a relatively warm climate that supports the growing of grapes. As a result, the region is home to a wine scene unlike any other in Oregon. Visitors will be pleased to see the rolling hills speckled with vineyards. Day 7: Umatilla Landing, OR Day 7: Richland, WA (Tri-Cities) Step off the boat directly into a perfectly polished park, and take a short stroll to downtown shops, eateries and attractions. Incorporated in 1910, Richland remained a small agricultural community until it was acquired by the U.S. Army for the site of the Hanford Engineer Works – used to produce plutonium during World War II and the Cold War. Today, the historic B Reactor and other important historic venues are part of the Manhattan Project National Historic Park. This and many other intriguing locations are offered as part of your experience in Richland. Day 8: Clarkston, WA Nestled at the union of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers in southeast Washington, Clarkston is the gateway to North America’s deepest gorge – Hells Canyon – on the Snake River. Picturesque vistas, year-round mild climates and a deep history make this scenic inland port a desirable stop. Spend the day enjoying Clarkston, Washington and neighboring Lewiston, Idaho while tracing the legacy of the journey of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark – for whom the cities are named. Day 9: Clarkston, WA, Disembark the American Empress.

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SOLO TRAVELLER OFFER – Pacific Northwest Passage Cruise – 31 Jul 2022

Cruise & Stay 8 nights from Portland (Washington State) to Clarkston (near Spokane) on a Columbia and Snake River paddlewheeling cruise aboard American Empress.

SOLO TRAVELLER OFFER – Pacific Northwest Passage Cruise

US $5,759

Per person

7 Night Cruise sailing from Vancouver to Clarkston aboard American Empress. 1 night hotel stay pre-cruise in Vancouver. As the American Empress transports guests through the riverways of the Pacific Northwest, evergreen and ever-beautiful, the landscape transforms from a majestic wall of spruce and pine to rolling hills speckled with vineyards and cherry trees. The water seizes the sky, and swallows it whole to reflect cloud and fowl. Here, Mother Nature presents her purest expression of life – untamed, spiritual and free. Day by Day Itinerary: Day 1: Hotel Stay – Vancouver, WA Enjoy your complimentary stay at the pre-cruise hotel. Day 2: Vancouver, WA, Departure 6:00 PM A suburb of Portland, Oregon, Vancouver, Washington, has taken on a distinctive identity of its own. Located in an ideal spot among Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge and the Pacific Coast, Vancouver boasts a newly renovated waterfront and an abundance of activities, scenic landscapes and historic attractions for all to enjoy. Day 3: Astoria, OR Astoria is known to be the oldest American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. There is no doubting the richness of the history grounded in this Columbia River town. For thousands of years, the Clatsop Tribe inhabited the lands. Today, you can climb to the top of the Astoria Column – wrapped in depictions of history – look out over the landscape toward the Pacific Ocean and watch your model wooden airplane glide through the air to its rest below. Day 4: River Cruising Day 5: Stevenson, WA Stevenson embraces the adventurist – with hiking trails, hot springs and local wineries, a visitor is sure to find plenty to do. Opportunities for educational enlightenment abound within the Columbia River Gorge Interpretive Center and at Bonneville Dam. Consider a stop downtown to visit restaurants, cafés and small locally owned shops in which reside treasures of the Pacific Northwest. Day 5 and 6: The Dalles, OR At the end of the overland Oregon Trail, The Dalles holds a unique place in history as a jumping-off spot for pioneers, soldiers, gold miners, adventurers, gun-slingers, floozies and scallywags. The Dalles, although a part of the Oregon High Desert, features a long growing season and a relatively warm climate that supports the growing of grapes. As a result, the region is home to a wine scene unlike any other in Oregon. Visitors will be pleased to see the rolling hills speckled with vineyards. Day 7: Umatilla Landing, OR Day 7: Richland, WA (Tri-Cities) Step off the boat directly into a perfectly polished park, and take a short stroll to downtown shops, eateries and attractions. Incorporated in 1910, Richland remained a small agricultural community until it was acquired by the U.S. Army for the site of the Hanford Engineer Works – used to produce plutonium during World War II and the Cold War. Today, the historic B Reactor and other important historic venues are part of the Manhattan Project National Historic Park. This and many other intriguing locations are offered as part of your experience in Richland. Day 8: Clarkston, WA Nestled at the union of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers in southeast Washington, Clarkston is the gateway to North America’s deepest gorge – Hells Canyon – on the Snake River. Picturesque vistas, year-round mild climates and a deep history make this scenic inland port a desirable stop. Spend the day enjoying Clarkston, Washington and neighboring Lewiston, Idaho while tracing the legacy of the journey of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark – for whom the cities are named. Day 9: Clarkston, WA, Disembark the American Empress.

SUMMARY: Cruise Package Duration: 8 nights Cruise-Stay Package Begins: 31 July 2022 – hotel in Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Cruise Begins: 1 August 2022 – embark, Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Cruise Ends: 8 August 2022 – disembark, Clarkston, (near Spokane – Washington State) USA Ship: American Empress River: Columbia & Snake Rivers _____________________ SOLO TRAVELLER OFFER! Book for sole use occupancy of any category cabin (except category SO or D) between 20Apr and 30Jun 2022 and save with these reduced solo traveller rates: Category E Semi-Private Veranda for sole use occupancy – was US $8984 – NOW from US $5,759* Category C Deluxe Private Veranda for sole use occupancy – was US $9696 – NOW from US $6,134* Category B Superior Private Veranda for sole use occupancy – was US $12,496 – NOW from US $7,884* Category A Semi-Private Veranda Suite for sole use occupancy – was US $14,784 – NOW from US $9,384* _____________________ INCLUSIONS: • 1 night pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast in Vancouver (Washington State, USA) • One way transfer from hotel to port on cruise departure day • 7 night Columbia & Snake Rivers cruise aboard the American Empress from Vancouver (USA) to Clarkston (USA) • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • Complimentary hop-on hop-off shore excursions in each port of call • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • 24-Hour room service onboard cruise • Onboard cruise Beverage Package – including beer, wine by the glass, spirits and cocktails valued at up to US $12 in value per drink including 15% gratuity (does not include special tasting events onboard) • Complimentary cappuccino, espresso, specialty coffees, tea, bottled water and soft drinks throughout your cruise voyage • A dedicated fleet of deluxe motor coaches • Port charges of USD $249 per person • Prepaid ships gratuities of USD $137 per person

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SOLO TRAVELLER OFFER – Pacific Northwest Sampler Cruise – 20 Nov 2022

Enjoy a 6 night Cruise-Stay Columbia and Snake Rivers cruise aboard the beautiful paddlewheeler – the American Empress.

SOLO TRAVELLER OFFER – Pacific Northwest Sampler Cruise

US $2,384

Per person

5 Night Cruise sailing from Vancouver roundtrip aboard American Empress. 1 Night pre cruise hotel stay in Vancouver. The Columbia River presents an adventure divine. No language can accurately capture it; the serenity Pacific Northwest cannot be held within wordsmithery. Its spirit flows more freely than poetry, and says more than anyone ever could. It glides smoothly against the body’s borders, and in the midst of it all, invites you to experience a moment, a memory, a revelation that is yours alone. Day by Day Itinerary: Day 1: Hotel Stay – Vancouver, WA Enjoy your complimentary stay at the pre-cruise hotel. The evening is yours to become acquainted with the city. Our Hospitality Desk will be located in the hotel, and our friendly staff can assist with everything from general questions about your upcoming voyage to reserving premium experiences. Both American Queen Steamboat Company and local representatives will be readily available to provide you with dining, entertainment and sightseeing options to maximize your time here. Day 2: Vancouver, WA (Portland, OR) A suburb of Portland, Oregon, Vancouver, Washington, has taken on a distinctive identity of its own. Located in an ideal spot among Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge and the Pacific Coast, Vancouver boasts a newly renovated waterfront and an abundance of activities, scenic landscapes and historic attractions for all to enjoy. Day 3: Stevenson, WA Stevenson embraces the adventurist – with hiking trails, hot springs and local wineries, a visitor is sure to find plenty to do. Opportunities for educational enlightenment abound within the Columbia River Gorge Interpretive Center and at Bonneville Dam. Consider a stop downtown to visit restaurants, cafés and small locally owned shops in which reside treasures of the Pacific Northwest. Day 4: Astoria, OR Astoria is known to be the oldest American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. There is no doubting the richness of the history grounded in this Columbia River town. For thousands of years, the Clatsop Tribe inhabited the lands. Today, you can climb to the top of the Astoria Column – wrapped in depictions of history – look out over the landscape toward the Pacific Ocean and watch your model wooden airplane glide through the air to its rest below. Day 5: River Cruising Day 6: The Dalles, OR At the end of the overland Oregon Trail, The Dalles holds a unique place in history as a jumping-off spot for pioneers, soldiers, gold miners, adventurers, gun-slingers, floozies and scallywags. The Dalles, although a part of the Oregon High Desert, features a long growing season and a relatively warm climate that supports the growing of grapes. As a result, the region is home to a wine scene unlike any other in Oregon. Visitors will be pleased to see the rolling hills speckled with vineyards. Day 7: Vancouver, WA A suburb of Portland, Oregon, Vancouver, Washington, has taken on a distinctive identity of its own. Located in an ideal spot among Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge and the Pacific Coast, Vancouver boasts a newly renovated waterfront and an abundance of activities, scenic landscapes and historic attractions for all to enjoy.

SUMMARY: Cruise Package Duration: 6 nights Cruise-Stay Package Begins: 20 November 2022 – hotel in Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Cruise Begins: 21 November 2022 – embark, Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Cruise Ends: 26 November 2022 – disembark, Vancouver (Washington State) USA Ship: American Empress River: Columbia & Snake Rivers _____________________ SOLO TRAVELLER OFFER! Book for sole use occupancy of any category cabin (except category SO or D) between 20Apr and 30Jun 2022 and save with these reduced solo traveller rates: Category E Semi-Private Veranda for sole use occupancy – was US $3495 – NOW from US $2,384* Category C Deluxe Private Veranda for sole use occupancy – was US $3896 – NOW from US $2,509* Category B Superior Private Veranda for sole use occupancy – was US $4695 – NOW from US $3,134* Category A Semi-Private Veranda Suite for sole use occupancy – was US $5495 – NOW from US $3,634* _____________________ INCLUSIONS: • 1 night pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast in Vancouver (Washington State, USA) • One way transfer from hotel to port on cruise departure day • 5 night Columbia & Snake Rivers cruise aboard the American Empress round trip from Vancouver (USA) • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • Complimentary hop-on hop-off shore excursions in each port of call • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • 24-Hour room service onboard cruise • Onboard cruise Beverage Package – including beer, wine by the glass, spirits and cocktails valued at up to US $12 in value per drink including 15% gratuity (does not include special tasting events onboard) • Complimentary cappuccino, espresso, specialty coffees, tea, bottled water and soft drinks throughout your cruise voyage • A dedicated fleet of deluxe motor coaches • Port charges of USD $199 per person • Prepaid ships gratuities of USD $98 per person

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SOLO TRAVELLER OFFER – Pacific Northwest Sampler Cruise – 25 Nov 2022

Cruise & Stay 6 nights round trip from Vancouver Washington State USA aboard the elegant American Empress paddlewheeler.

SOLO TRAVELLER OFFER – Pacific Northwest Sampler Cruise

US $2,384

Per person

5 Night Cruise sailing from Vancouver roundtrip aboard American Empress. 1 Night pre cruise hotel stay in Vancouver. The Columbia River presents an adventure divine. No language can accurately capture it; the serenity Pacific Northwest cannot be held within wordsmithery. Its spirit flows more freely than poetry, and says more than anyone ever could. It glides smoothly against the body’s borders, and in the midst of it all, invites you to experience a moment, a memory, a revelation that is yours alone. Day by Day Itinerary: Day 1: Hotel Stay – Vancouver, WA Enjoy your complimentary stay at the pre-cruise hotel. The evening is yours to become acquainted with the city. Our Hospitality Desk will be located in the hotel, and our friendly staff can assist with everything from general questions about your upcoming voyage to reserving premium experiences. Both American Queen Steamboat Company and local representatives will be readily available to provide you with dining, entertainment and sightseeing options to maximize your time here. Day 2: Vancouver, WA (Portland, OR) A suburb of Portland, Oregon, Vancouver, Washington, has taken on a distinctive identity of its own. Located in an ideal spot among Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge and the Pacific Coast, Vancouver boasts a newly renovated waterfront and an abundance of activities, scenic landscapes and historic attractions for all to enjoy. Day 3: Stevenson, WA Stevenson embraces the adventurist – with hiking trails, hot springs and local wineries, a visitor is sure to find plenty to do. Opportunities for educational enlightenment abound within the Columbia River Gorge Interpretive Center and at Bonneville Dam. Consider a stop downtown to visit restaurants, cafés and small locally owned shops in which reside treasures of the Pacific Northwest. Day 4: Astoria, OR Astoria is known to be the oldest American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. There is no doubting the richness of the history grounded in this Columbia River town. For thousands of years, the Clatsop Tribe inhabited the lands. Today, you can climb to the top of the Astoria Column – wrapped in depictions of history – look out over the landscape toward the Pacific Ocean and watch your model wooden airplane glide through the air to its rest below. Day 5: Portland, OR The “City of Roses” is an eclectic blend of art galleries, coffee shops, museums and farm-to-table restaurants with a spirited vibe. Marvel at the beauty of more than 8,000 roses at the International Rose Test Garden. Or spend the day discovering nature’s boundless power at nearby Mount St. Helens. Day 6: The Dalles, OR At the end of the overland Oregon Trail, The Dalles holds a unique place in history as a jumping-off spot for pioneers, soldiers, gold miners, adventurers, gun-slingers, floozies and scallywags. The Dalles, although a part of the Oregon High Desert, features a long growing season and a relatively warm climate that supports the growing of grapes. As a result, the region is home to a wine scene unlike any other in Oregon. Visitors will be pleased to see the rolling hills speckled with vineyards. Day 7: Vancouver, WA A suburb of Portland, Oregon, Vancouver, Washington, has taken on a distinctive identity of its own. Located in an ideal spot among Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge and the Pacific Coast, Vancouver boasts a newly renovated waterfront and an abundance of activities, scenic landscapes and historic attractions for all to enjoy.

SUMMARY: Cruise Package Duration: 6 nights Cruise-Stay Package Begins: 25 November 2022 – hotel in Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Cruise Begins: 26 November 2022 – embark, Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Cruise Ends: 1 December 2022 – disembark, Vancouver (Washington State) USA Ship: American Empress River: Columbia & Snake Rivers _____________________ SOLO TRAVELLER OFFER! Book for sole use occupancy of any category cabin (except category SO or D) between 20Apr and 30Jun 2022 and save with these reduced solo traveller rates: Category E Semi-Private Veranda for sole use occupancy – was US $3495 – NOW from US $2,384* Category C Deluxe Private Veranda for sole use occupancy – was US $3896 – NOW from US $2,509* Category B Superior Private Veranda for sole use occupancy – was US $4695 – NOW from US $3,134* Category A Semi-Private Veranda Suite for sole use occupancy – was US $5495 – NOW from US $3,634* _____________________ INCLUSIONS: • 1 night pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast in Vancouver (Washington State, USA) • One way transfer from hotel to port on cruise departure day • 5 night Columbia & Snake Rivers cruise aboard the American Empress round trip from Vancouver (USA) • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • Complimentary hop-on hop-off shore excursions in each port of call • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • 24-Hour room service onboard cruise • Onboard cruise Package – including beer, wine by the glass, spirits and cocktails valued at up to US $12 in value per drink including 15% gratuity (does not include special tasting events onboard) • Complimentary cappuccino, espresso, specialty coffees, tea, bottled water and soft drinks throughout your cruise voyage • A dedicated fleet of deluxe motor coaches • Port charges of USD $199 per person • Prepaid ships gratuities of USD $98 per person

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SOLO TRAVELLER OFFER – Pacific Northwest Sampler Cruise – 30 Nov 2022

Cruise & Stay 6 nights round trip from Vancouver Washington State USA aboard the elegant American Empress paddlewheeler.

SOLO TRAVELLER OFFER – Pacific Northwest Sampler Cruise

US $2,384

Per person

5 Night Cruise sailing from Vancouver roundtrip aboard American Empress. 1 Night pre cruise hotel stay in Vancouver. WELCOME TO THE MAGNIFICENT PACIFIC NORTHWEST – This voyage through the Pacific Northwest shows you the bounty and beauty of nature, as well as the history and heritage of the people who inhabited this diverse region. The Cascade Range separates the dense forests of the coastal regions of Washington and Oregon from the arid rolling hills and wine country the Red Mountain region. You will experience both climates on this voyage sailing west via the scenic Columbia River Gorge, the only break in the Cascades between British Columbia and Southern Oregon. At each port, you can embrace the culture and history of this region on an included shore excursion. Day by Day Itinerary: Day 1: Hotel Stay – Vancouver, WA (Portland, OR) Enjoy your complimentary stay at the pre-cruise hotel. The evening is yours to become acquainted with the city. Our Hospitality Desk will be located in the hotel, and our friendly staff can assist with everything from general questions about your upcoming voyage to reserving premium experiences. Both American Queen Steamboat Company and local representatives will be readily available to provide you with dining, entertainment and sightseeing options to maximize your time here. Day 2: Vancouver, WA (Portland, OR) Departure 6:00 PM A suburb of Portland, Oregon, Vancouver, Washington, has taken on a distinctive identity of its own. Located in an ideal spot among Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge and the Pacific Coast, Vancouver boasts a newly renovated waterfront and an abundance of activities, scenic landscapes and historic attractions for all to enjoy. Day 3: Stevenson, WA Stevenson embraces the adventurist – with hiking trails, hot springs and local wineries, a visitor is sure to find plenty to do. Opportunities for educational enlightenment abound within the Columbia River Gorge Interpretive Center and at Bonneville Dam. Consider a stop downtown to visit restaurants, cafés and small locally owned shops in which reside treasures of the Pacific Northwest. Day 4: The Dalles, OR At the end of the overland Oregon Trail, The Dalles holds a unique place in history as a jumping-off spot for pioneers, soldiers, gold miners, adventurers, gun-slingers, floozies, and scallywags. Lewis and Clark camped at this location at Rock Fort Camp during their historic journey in 1805 and 1806. Fort Dalles was established in 1850. Oregon Trail pioneers ended their overland journey at The Dalles, forced to build rafts and take the “river road” west to Fort Vancouver, then into the Willamette River valley. Ten thousand years of Native American trading took place on the banks of the Columbia River, shaped by the Ice Age Missoula floods. The town was located at the foot of a series of dangerous rapids which the Hudson’s Bay Company fur traders called “The Dalles of the Columbia.” Day 5: Portland, OR The “City of Roses” is an eclectic blend of art galleries, coffee shops, museums and farm-to-table restaurants with a spirited vibe. Marvel at the beauty of more than 8,000 roses at the International Rose Test Garden. Or spend the day discovering nature’s boundless power at nearby Mount St. Helens. Day 6: Astoria, OR Astoria is known to be the oldest American Settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. For thousands of years, Clatsop Indians inhabited the lands that are now known as Astoria. In 1805, Lewis and Clark led their expedition through the town and spent the winter at Fort Clatsop. In 1813, a British warship sailed into the Columbia River, gaining possession of the city and holding control until 1818, when they finally agreed to a joint occupation of the land. The British did not fully leave Astoria until 1846. There is no doubting the rich history has deep roots grounded in this Columbia River town. When the history combines with the scenery, the harmony will surely bring you back for more! Day 7: Vancouver, WA (Portland, OR) Arrival 8:00 AM Thank you for cruising with us! We hope that you had a memorable experience and look forward to welcoming you aboard in the future. Enjoy Vancouver at your leisure.

SUMMARY: Cruise Package Duration: 6 nights Cruise-Stay Package Begins: 30 November 2022 – hotel in Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Cruise Begins: 1 December 2022 – embark, Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Cruise Ends: 6 December 2022 – disembark, Vancouver (Washington State) USA Ship: American Empress River: Columbia & Snake Rivers _____________________ SOLO TRAVELLER OFFER! Book for sole use occupancy of any category cabin (except category SO or D) between 20Apr and 30Jun 2022 and save with these reduced solo traveller rates: Category E Semi-Private Veranda for sole use occupancy – was US $3495 – NOW from US $2,384* Category C Deluxe Private Veranda for sole use occupancy – was US $3896 – NOW from US $2,509* Category B Superior Private Veranda for sole use occupancy – was US $4695 – NOW from US $3,134* Category A Semi-Private Veranda Suite for sole use occupancy – was US $5495 – NOW from US $3,634* _____________________ INCLUSIONS: • 1 night pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast in Vancouver (Washington State, USA) • One way transfer from hotel to port on cruise departure day • 5 night Columbia & Snake Rivers cruise aboard the American Empress round trip from Vancouver (USA) • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • Complimentary hop-on hop-off shore excursions in each port of call • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • 24-Hour room service onboard cruise • Onboard cruise Beverage Package – including beer, wine by the glass, spirits and cocktails valued at up to US $12 in value per drink including 15% gratuity (does not include special tasting events onboard) • Complimentary cappuccino, espresso, specialty coffees, tea, bottled water and soft drinks throughout your cruise voyage • A dedicated fleet of deluxe motor coaches • Port charges of USD $199 per person • Prepaid ships gratuities of USD $98 per person DISCOUNTS: The fares shown here are full brochure fare. This cruise may also have discounts applicable for Australian residents. Please contact us for your best offer. All rates in USD – U.S Dollars.

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Pacific Northwest Sampler Cruise – 05 Dec 2022

Cruise & Stay 6 nights round trip from Vancouver Washington State USA aboard the elegant American Empress paddlewheeler.

Pacific Northwest Sampler Cruise

US $1,896

Per person

5 Night Cruise sailing from Vancouver roundtrip aboard American Empress. 1 Night pre cruise hotel stay in Vancouver. WELCOME TO THE MAGNIFICENT PACIFIC NORTHWEST – This voyage through the Pacific Northwest shows you the bounty and beauty of nature, as well as the history and heritage of the people who inhabited this diverse region. The Cascade Range separates the dense forests of the coastal regions of Washington and Oregon from the arid rolling hills and wine country the Red Mountain region. You will experience both climates on this voyage sailing west via the scenic Columbia River Gorge, the only break in the Cascades between British Columbia and Southern Oregon. At each port, you can embrace the culture and history of this region on an included shore excursion. Day by Day Itinerary: Day 1: Hotel Stay – Vancouver, WA (Portland, OR) Enjoy your complimentary stay at the pre-cruise hotel. The evening is yours to become acquainted with the city. Our Hospitality Desk will be located in the hotel, and our friendly staff can assist with everything from general questions about your upcoming voyage to reserving premium experiences. Both American Queen Steamboat Company and local representatives will be readily available to provide you with dining, entertainment and sightseeing options to maximize your time here. Day 2: Vancouver, WA (Portland, OR) Departure 6:00 PM A suburb of Portland, Oregon, Vancouver, Washington, has taken on a distinctive identity of its own. Located in an ideal spot among Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge and the Pacific Coast, Vancouver boasts a newly renovated waterfront and an abundance of activities, scenic landscapes and historic attractions for all to enjoy. Day 3: Stevenson, WA Stevenson embraces the adventurist – with hiking trails, hot springs and local wineries, a visitor is sure to find plenty to do. Opportunities for educational enlightenment abound within the Columbia River Gorge Interpretive Center and at Bonneville Dam. Consider a stop downtown to visit restaurants, cafés and small locally owned shops in which reside treasures of the Pacific Northwest. Day 4: The Dalles, OR At the end of the overland Oregon Trail, The Dalles holds a unique place in history as a jumping-off spot for pioneers, soldiers, gold miners, adventurers, gun-slingers, floozies, and scallywags. Lewis and Clark camped at this location at Rock Fort Camp during their historic journey in 1805 and 1806. Fort Dalles was established in 1850. Oregon Trail pioneers ended their overland journey at The Dalles, forced to build rafts and take the “river road” west to Fort Vancouver, then into the Willamette River valley. Ten thousand years of Native American trading took place on the banks of the Columbia River, shaped by the Ice Age Missoula floods. The town was located at the foot of a series of dangerous rapids which the Hudson’s Bay Company fur traders called “The Dalles of the Columbia.” Day 5: Portland, OR The “City of Roses” is an eclectic blend of art galleries, coffee shops, museums and farm-to-table restaurants with a spirited vibe. Marvel at the beauty of more than 8,000 roses at the International Rose Test Garden. Or spend the day discovering nature’s boundless power at nearby Mount St. Helens. Day 6: Astoria, OR Astoria is known to be the oldest American Settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. For thousands of years, Clatsop Indians inhabited the lands that are now known as Astoria. In 1805, Lewis and Clark led their expedition through the town and spent the winter at Fort Clatsop. In 1813, a British warship sailed into the Columbia River, gaining possession of the city and holding control until 1818, when they finally agreed to a joint occupation of the land. The British did not fully leave Astoria until 1846. There is no doubting the rich history has deep roots grounded in this Columbia River town. When the history combines with the scenery, the harmony will surely bring you back for more! Day 7: Vancouver, WA (Portland, OR) Arrival 8:00 AM Thank you for cruising with us! We hope that you had a memorable experience and look forward to welcoming you aboard in the future. Enjoy Vancouver at your leisure.

SUMMARY: Cruise Package Duration: 6 nights Cruise-Stay Package Begins: 5 December 2022 – hotel in Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Cruise Begins: 6 December 2022 – embark, Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Cruise Ends: 13 December 2022 – disembark, Vancouver (Washington State) USA Ship: American Empress River: Columbia & Snake Rivers INCLUSIONS: • 1 night pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast in Vancouver (Washington State, USA) • One way transfer from hotel to port on cruise departure day • 5 night Columbia & Snake Rivers cruise aboard the American Empress round trip from Vancouver (USA) • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • Complimentary hop-on hop-off shore excursions in each port of call • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • 24-Hour room service onboard cruise • Onboard cruise Beverage Package – including beer, wine by the glass, spirits and cocktails valued at up to US $12 in value per drink including 15% gratuity (does not include special tasting events onboard) • Complimentary cappuccino, espresso, specialty coffees, tea, bottled water and soft drinks throughout your cruise voyage • A dedicated fleet of deluxe motor coaches • Port charges of USD $199 per person • Prepaid ships gratuities of USD $98 per person DISCOUNTS: The fares shown here are full brochure fare. This cruise may also have discounts applicable for Australian residents. Please contact us for your best offer. All rates in USD – U.S Dollars.

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Pacific Northwest Passage Cruise – EARLYBIRD – 17 Nov 2024

Cruise & Stay 8 nights with American Empress on a paddlewheeling journey on the Columbia & Snake Rivers.

Pacific Northwest Passage Cruise – EARLYBIRD

US $2,185

Per person

7 Night Cruise sailing from Clarkston to Vancouver aboard American Empress. 1 night hotel stay pre-cruise in Spokane. The natural world is alive here – unlike anywhere else on earth – and through historic sites and locks and dams, it flows. Sea lions sunbathe on buoys as the distant horizon unblankets the sky to reveal its snow-capped mountains. There is a powerful melody that combines the whistle of wind through tree branch, waterfall crash and birdsong from above. Crystal waters and plunging cliffsides captivate the eye; serenity and relaxation capture the spirit. Day 1: Hotel Stay – Spokane, WA Enjoy your complimentary stay at the pre-cruise hotel. The evening is yours to become acquainted with the city. Our Hospitality Desk will be located in the hotel, and our friendly staff can assist with everything from general questions about your upcoming voyage to reserving premium experiences. Both American Queen Steamboat Company and local representatives will be readily available to provide you with dining, entertainment and sightseeing options to maximize your time here. Day 2 and 3: Clarkston, WA Nestled at the union of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers in southeast Washington, Clarkston is the gateway to North America’s deepest gorge – Hells Canyon – on the Snake River. Picturesque vistas, year-round mild climates and a deep history make this scenic inland port a desirable stop. Spend the day enjoying Clarkston, Washington and neighboring Lewiston, Idaho while tracing the legacy of the journey of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark – for whom the cities are named. Day 4: Richland, WA (Tri-Cities) Step off the boat directly into a perfectly polished park, and take a short stroll to downtown shops, eateries and attractions. Incorporated in 1910, Richland remained a small agricultural community until it was acquired by the U.S. Army for the site of the Hanford Engineer Works – used to produce plutonium during World War II and the Cold War. Today, the historic B Reactor and other important historic venues are part of the Manhattan Project National Historic Park. This and many other intriguing locations are offered as part of your experience in Richland. Day 5: The Dalles, OR At the end of the overland Oregon Trail, The Dalles holds a unique place in history as a jumping-off spot for pioneers, soldiers, gold miners, adventurers, gun-slingers, floozies and scallywags. The Dalles, although a part of the Oregon High Desert, features a long growing season and a relatively warm climate that supports the growing of grapes. As a result, the region is home to a wine scene unlike any other in Oregon. Visitors will be pleased to see the rolling hills speckled with vineyards. Day 6: Stevenson, WA Stevenson embraces the adventurist – with hiking trails, hot springs and local wineries, a visitor is sure to find plenty to do. Opportunities for educational enlightenment abound within the Columbia River Gorge Interpretive Center and at Bonneville Dam. Consider a stop downtown to visit restaurants, cafés and small locally owned shops in which reside treasures of the Pacific Northwest. Day 7: – Stevenson, WA and Washougal, WA Day 8: Astoria, OR Astoria is known to be the oldest American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. There is no doubting the richness of the history grounded in this Columbia River town. For thousands of years, the Clatsop Tribe inhabited the lands. Today, you can climb to the top of the Astoria Column – wrapped in depictions of history – look out over the landscape toward the Pacific Ocean and watch your model wooden airplane glide through the air to its rest below. Day 9: Vancouver, WA (Portland) A suburb of Portland, Oregon, Vancouver, Washington, has taken on a distinctive identity of its own. Located in an ideal spot among Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge and the Pacific Coast, Vancouver boasts a newly renovated waterfront and an abundance of activities, scenic landscapes and historic attractions for all to enjoy.

SUMMARY: Cruise Package Duration: 8 nights Cruise-Stay Package Begins: 17 November 2024 – hotel in Spokane, USA Cruise Begins: 18 November 2024 – embark, Clarkston, USA Cruise Ends: 25 November 2024 – disembark, Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Ship: American Empress River: Columbia & Snake Rivers _______________ INCLUSIONS: • 1 night pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast in Spokane, USA • One way transfer from hotel to port on cruise departure day • 7 night Columbia & Snake Rivers cruise aboard the American Empress from Clarkston to Vancouver (USA) • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • Complimentary hop-on hop-off shore excursions in each port of call • 24-Hour room service onboard cruise • Complimentary onboard cruise `Unlimited Beverage Package` – including beer, wine by the glass, spirits and cocktails valued at up to US $12 in value per drink including 15% gratuity (does not include special tasting events onboard) • Complimentary cappuccino, espresso, specialty coffees, tea, bottled water and soft drinks throughout your cruise voyage • A dedicated fleet of deluxe motor coaches • Port charges of USD $249 per person • Prepaid ships gratuities of USD $137 per person DISCOUNTS: This cruise has been discounted by up to $1000 USD per person in selected categories for Australian residents! Please see below for a list of the significant savings you can enjoy for new bookings up to the 30th of June 2022*. All rates in USD per person Twin Cat E Veranda Stateroom with Semi Private Veranda: Was $3485 – NOW $2485* Twin Cat D Riverview Stateroom with Window: Was $3185 – NOW $2185* Twin Cat C Deluxe Private Veranda: Was $3585 – NOW $2585* Twin Cat B Superior Private Veranda: Was $4785 – NOW $3785* Twin Cat A Suite with Semi Private Veranda: Was $5785 – NOW $4785* Twin Cat LS Luxury Suite with Private Veranda: Was $8685 – NOW $7685* Single Cat SO Single Stateroom: Was $4685 – NOW $3685*

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The Wilder West Cruise – EARLYBIRD – 24 Nov 2024

Cruise & Stay 8 nights round trip from Portland/Vancouver (Washington) USA on the Snake & Columbia Rivers.

The Wilder West Cruise – EARLYBIRD

US $2,185

Per person

7 Night Cruise sailing from Vancouver roundtrip aboard American Empress. 1 night hotel stay pre-cruise in Vancouver. Day by Day Itinerary: Day 1: Hotel Stay – Vancouver, WA Enjoy your complimentary stay at the pre-cruise hotel. Day 2: Vancouver, WA, Departure 6:00 PM A suburb of Portland, Oregon, Vancouver, Washington, has taken on a distinctive identity of its own. Located in an ideal spot among Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge and the Pacific Coast, Vancouver boasts a newly renovated waterfront and an abundance of activities, scenic landscapes and historic attractions for all to enjoy. Day 3: Astoria, OR Astoria is known to be the oldest American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. There is no doubting the richness of the history grounded in this Columbia River town. For thousands of years, the Clatsop Tribe inhabited the lands. Today, you can climb to the top of the Astoria Column – wrapped in depictions of history – look out over the landscape toward the Pacific Ocean and watch your model wooden airplane glide through the air to its rest below. Day 4: Portland, OR The “City of Roses” is an eclectic blend of art galleries, coffee shops, museums and farm-to-table restaurants with a spirited vibe. Marvel at the beauty of more than 8,000 roses at the International Rose Test Garden. Or spend the day discovering nature’s boundless power at nearby Mount St. Helens. Day 5: Camas/Washougal Day 6: The Dalles, OR At the end of the overland Oregon Trail, The Dalles holds a unique place in history as a jumping-off spot for pioneers, soldiers, gold miners, adventurers, gun-slingers, floozies and scallywags. The Dalles, although a part of the Oregon High Desert, features a long growing season and a relatively warm climate that supports the growing of grapes. As a result, the region is home to a wine scene unlike any other in Oregon. Visitors will be pleased to see the rolling hills speckled with vineyards. Day 7 and 8: Stevenson, WA Stevenson embraces the adventurist – with hiking trails, hot springs and local wineries, a visitor is sure to find plenty to do. Opportunities for educational enlightenment abound within the Columbia River Gorge Interpretive Center and at Bonneville Dam. Consider a stop downtown to visit restaurants, cafés and small locally owned shops in which reside treasures of the Pacific Northwest. Day 9: Vancouver, WA Disembark.

SUMMARY: Cruise Package Duration: 8 nights Cruise-Stay Package Begins: 24 November 2024 – hotel in Vancouver (Washington State) USA Cruise Begins: 25 November 2024 – embark, Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Cruise Ends: 2 December 2024 – disembark, Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Ship: American Empress River: Columbia & Snake Rivers _______________ INCLUSIONS: • 1 night pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast in Vancouver, Washington State • One way transfer from hotel to port on cruise departure day • 7 night Columbia & Snake Rivers cruise aboard the American Empress round trip from Vancouver (USA) • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • Complimentary hop-on hop-off shore excursions in each port of call • 24-Hour room service onboard cruise • Complimentary onboard cruise `Unlimited Beverage Package` – including beer, wine by the glass, spirits and cocktails valued at up to US $12 in value per drink including 15% gratuity (does not include special tasting events onboard) • Complimentary cappuccino, espresso, specialty coffees, tea, bottled water and soft drinks throughout your cruise voyage • A dedicated fleet of deluxe motor coaches • Port charges of USD $249 per person • Prepaid ships gratuities of USD $137 per person DISCOUNTS: This cruise has been discounted by up to $1000 USD per person in selected categories for Australian residents! Please see below for a list of the significant savings you can enjoy for new bookings up to the 30th of June 2022*. All rates in USD per person Twin Cat E Veranda Stateroom with Semi Private Veranda: Was $3485 – NOW $2485* Twin Cat D Riverview Stateroom with Window: Was $3185 – NOW $2185* Twin Cat C Deluxe Private Veranda: Was $3585 – NOW $2585* Twin Cat B Superior Private Veranda: Was $4785 – NOW $3785* Twin Cat A Suite with Semi Private Veranda: Was $5785 – NOW $4785* Twin Cat LS Luxury Suite with Private Veranda: Was $8685 – NOW $7685* Single Cat SO Single Stateroom: Was $4685 – NOW $3685*

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The Wilder West Cruise – EARLYBIRD – 01 Dec 2024

Cruise & Stay 8 nights round trip from Portland/Vancouver (Washington) USA on the Snake & Columbia Rivers.

The Wilder West Cruise – EARLYBIRD

US $1,385

Per person

7 Night Cruise sailing from Vancouver roundtrip aboard American Empress. 1 night hotel stay pre-cruise in Vancouver. Day by Day Itinerary: Day 1: Hotel Stay – Vancouver, WA Enjoy your complimentary stay at the pre-cruise hotel. Day 2: Vancouver, WA, Departure 6:00 PM A suburb of Portland, Oregon, Vancouver, Washington, has taken on a distinctive identity of its own. Located in an ideal spot among Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge and the Pacific Coast, Vancouver boasts a newly renovated waterfront and an abundance of activities, scenic landscapes and historic attractions for all to enjoy. Day 3: Astoria, OR Astoria is known to be the oldest American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. There is no doubting the richness of the history grounded in this Columbia River town. For thousands of years, the Clatsop Tribe inhabited the lands. Today, you can climb to the top of the Astoria Column – wrapped in depictions of history – look out over the landscape toward the Pacific Ocean and watch your model wooden airplane glide through the air to its rest below. Day 4: Portland, OR The “City of Roses” is an eclectic blend of art galleries, coffee shops, museums and farm-to-table restaurants with a spirited vibe. Marvel at the beauty of more than 8,000 roses at the International Rose Test Garden. Or spend the day discovering nature’s boundless power at nearby Mount St. Helens. Day 5: Camas/Washougal Day 6: The Dalles, OR At the end of the overland Oregon Trail, The Dalles holds a unique place in history as a jumping-off spot for pioneers, soldiers, gold miners, adventurers, gun-slingers, floozies and scallywags. The Dalles, although a part of the Oregon High Desert, features a long growing season and a relatively warm climate that supports the growing of grapes. As a result, the region is home to a wine scene unlike any other in Oregon. Visitors will be pleased to see the rolling hills speckled with vineyards. Day 7 and 8: Stevenson, WA Stevenson embraces the adventurist – with hiking trails, hot springs and local wineries, a visitor is sure to find plenty to do. Opportunities for educational enlightenment abound within the Columbia River Gorge Interpretive Center and at Bonneville Dam. Consider a stop downtown to visit restaurants, cafés and small locally owned shops in which reside treasures of the Pacific Northwest. Day 9: Vancouver, WA Disembark.

SUMMARY: Cruise Package Duration: 8 nights Cruise-Stay Package Begins: 1 December 2024 – hotel in Vancouver (Washington State) USA Cruise Begins: 2 December 2024 – embark, Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Cruise Ends: 9 December 2024 – disembark, Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Ship: American Empress River: Columbia & Snake Rivers _______________ INCLUSIONS: • 1 night pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast in Vancouver, Washington State • One way transfer from hotel to port on cruise departure day • 7 night Columbia & Snake Rivers cruise aboard the American Empress round trip from Vancouver (USA) • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • Complimentary hop-on hop-off shore excursions in each port of call • 24-Hour room service onboard cruise • Complimentary onboard cruise `Unlimited Beverage Package` – including beer, wine by the glass, spirits and cocktails valued at up to US $12 in value per drink including 15% gratuity (does not include special tasting events onboard) • Complimentary cappuccino, espresso, specialty coffees, tea, bottled water and soft drinks throughout your cruise voyage • A dedicated fleet of deluxe motor coaches • Port charges of USD $249 per person • Prepaid ships gratuities of USD $137 per person DISCOUNTS: This cruise has been discounted by up to $1000 USD per person in selected categories for Australian residents! Please see below for a list of the significant savings you can enjoy for new bookings up to the 30th of June 2022*. All rates in USD per person Twin Cat E Veranda Stateroom with Semi Private Veranda: Was $2685 – NOW $1685* Twin Cat D Riverview Stateroom with Window: Was $2385 – NOW $1385* Twin Cat C Deluxe Private Veranda: Was $2785 – NOW $1785* Twin Cat B Superior Private Veranda: Was $3985 – NOW $2985* Twin Cat A Suite with Semi Private Veranda: Was $4985 – NOW $3985* Twin Cat LS Luxury Suite with Private Veranda: Was $7885 – NOW $6885* Single Cat SO Single Stateroom: Was $3885 – NOW $2885*

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Pacific Northwest Passage Cruise – EARLYBIRD – 13 Oct 2024

Cruise & Stay 8 nights with American Empress on a paddlewheeling journey on the Columbia & Snake Rivers.

Pacific Northwest Passage Cruise – EARLYBIRD

US $3,885

Per person

7 Night Cruise sailing from Vancouver to Clarkston aboard American Empress. 1 night hotel stay pre-cruise in Vancouver. As the American Empress transports guests through the riverways of the Pacific Northwest, evergreen and ever-beautiful, the landscape transforms from a majestic wall of spruce and pine to rolling hills speckled with vineyards and cherry trees. The water seizes the sky, and swallows it whole to reflect cloud and fowl. Here, Mother Nature presents her purest expression of life – untamed, spiritual and free. Day by Day Itinerary: Day 1: Hotel Stay – Vancouver, WA Enjoy your complimentary stay at the pre-cruise hotel. Day 2: Vancouver, WA, Departure 6:00 PM A suburb of Portland, Oregon, Vancouver, Washington, has taken on a distinctive identity of its own. Located in an ideal spot among Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge and the Pacific Coast, Vancouver boasts a newly renovated waterfront and an abundance of activities, scenic landscapes and historic attractions for all to enjoy. Day 3: Astoria, OR Astoria is known to be the oldest American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. There is no doubting the richness of the history grounded in this Columbia River town. For thousands of years, the Clatsop Tribe inhabited the lands. Today, you can climb to the top of the Astoria Column – wrapped in depictions of history – look out over the landscape toward the Pacific Ocean and watch your model wooden airplane glide through the air to its rest below. Day 4: Washougal, WA and Stevenson, WA Day 5: Stevenson, WA Stevenson embraces the adventurist – with hiking trails, hot springs and local wineries, a visitor is sure to find plenty to do. Opportunities for educational enlightenment abound within the Columbia River Gorge Interpretive Center and at Bonneville Dam. Consider a stop downtown to visit restaurants, cafés and small locally owned shops in which reside treasures of the Pacific Northwest. Day 6: The Dalles, OR At the end of the overland Oregon Trail, The Dalles holds a unique place in history as a jumping-off spot for pioneers, soldiers, gold miners, adventurers, gun-slingers, floozies and scallywags. The Dalles, although a part of the Oregon High Desert, features a long growing season and a relatively warm climate that supports the growing of grapes. As a result, the region is home to a wine scene unlike any other in Oregon. Visitors will be pleased to see the rolling hills speckled with vineyards. Day 7: Richland, WA (Tri-Cities) Step off the boat directly into a perfectly polished park, and take a short stroll to downtown shops, eateries and attractions. Incorporated in 1910, Richland remained a small agricultural community until it was acquired by the U.S. Army for the site of the Hanford Engineer Works – used to produce plutonium during World War II and the Cold War. Today, the historic B Reactor and other important historic venues are part of the Manhattan Project National Historic Park. This and many other intriguing locations are offered as part of your experience in Richland. Day 8: Clarkston, WA Nestled at the union of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers in southeast Washington, Clarkston is the gateway to North America’s deepest gorge – Hells Canyon – on the Snake River. Picturesque vistas, year-round mild climates and a deep history make this scenic inland port a desirable stop. Spend the day enjoying Clarkston, Washington and neighboring Lewiston, Idaho while tracing the legacy of the journey of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark – for whom the cities are named. Day 9: Clarkston, WA, Disembark the American Empress.

SUMMARY: Cruise Package Duration: 8 nights Cruise-Stay Package Begins: 13 October 2024 – hotel in Vancouver (Washington State) USA Cruise Begins: 14 October 2024 – embark, Vancouver, (Washington State) USA Cruise Ends: 21 October 2024 – disembark, Clarkston (near Spokane) USA Ship: American Empress River: Columbia & Snake Rivers _______________ INCLUSIONS: • 1 night pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast in Vancouver, Washington State • One way transfer from hotel to port on cruise departure day • 7 night Columbia & Snake Rivers cruise aboard the American Empress from Vancouver (USA) to Clarkston (USA) • All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine • Complimentary hop-on hop-off shore excursions in each port of call • 24-Hour room service onboard cruise • Complimentary onboard cruise `Unlimited Beverage Package` – including beer, wine by the glass, spirits and cocktails valued at up to US $12 in value per drink including 15% gratuity (does not include special tasting events onboard) • Complimentary cappuccino, espresso, specialty coffees, tea, bottled water and soft drinks throughout your cruise voyage • A dedicated fleet of deluxe motor coaches • Port charges of USD $249 per person • Prepaid ships gratuities of USD $137 per person DISCOUNTS: This cruise has been discounted by up to $1000 USD per person in selected categories for Australian residents! Please see below for a list of the significant savings you can enjoy for new bookings up to the 30th of June 2022*. All rates in USD per person Twin Cat E Veranda Stateroom with Semi Private Veranda: Was $5185 – NOW $4185* Twin Cat D Riverview Stateroom with Window: Was $4885 – NOW $3885* Twin Cat C Deluxe Private Veranda: Was $5285 – NOW $4285* Twin Cat B Superior Private Veranda: Was $6485 – NOW $5485* Twin Cat A Suite with Semi Private Veranda: Was $7485 – NOW $6485* Twin Cat LS Luxury Suite with Private Veranda: Was $10385 – NOW $9385* Single Cat SO Single Stateroom: Was $6385 – NOW $5385*

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