American Cruise Lines Introduces New 2013 Holiday Cruises

July 12th, 2013

American Cruise Lines announced today the details and events of its 2013 holiday cruises on the Queen of the Mississippi. New Christmas and New Year’s Eve cruises will offer festive onboard and onshore activities that showcase the beautiful regions cruised as well as the spirit of the holidays.

Cajun Christmas (Lower Mississippi River, December 21):

Guests experience the Christmas Eve tradition of Bonfires on the Levee, Christmas Concert at the JN Stone House in Natchez, Christmas décor and lights tours at Oak Alley and Houmas House Plantations as well as onboard Reveillon Traditional Dinner (a New Orleans Creole tradition), gingerbread house and ornament making, Specialty Christmas cookies served throughout the cruise, Christmas Carol sing-along and gifts to guests 18 and under

Old Fashioned New Year’s Eve (Lower Mississippi River, December 28):

Christmas décor and lights tours at Oak Alley and Houmas House Plantations and onboard New Year’s Eve specialty cocktail hour, New Year’s Eve dinner with entertainment, midnight countdown and champagne toast, festive New Year’s Day brunch

Other holiday-themed cruises are also planned for the 2013 season, including Thanksgiving and Hanukkah.

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