New Mardi Gras Cruise on Queen of the Mississippi

October 26th, 2013

American Cruise Lines has announced the introduction of a specially-themed Mardi Gras cruise. Offered on March 1, 2014, during the week of Mardi Gras, the new theme cruise will kick-off the line’s third season on the Mississippi River in New Orleans, with a complimentary pre-cruise package, specially-planned festivities, and an exclusive dinner for guests at Antoine’s, one of New Orleans’ finest and most historic dining establishments. Offered as a roundtrip out of New Orleans, the Mardi Gras Celebration cruise features:

Complimentary Pre-cruise Package: Guests can join the party early with a complimentary two-night stay in New Orleans aboard the Queen of the Mississippi, prior to their cruise.

Mardi Gras Celebration: American Cruise Lines offers guests an opportunity to celebrate the city’s most quintessential holiday without the crowds, on the beautiful Queen of the Mississippi. Guests will enjoy specialty foods such as King Cake, festive activities including mask making, and a Fat Tuesday celebration onboard the ship.

Dinner at Antoine’s: Joined by American Cruise Lines president Charles A. Robertson, guests are treated to an exclusive evening of dinner and drinks at Antoine’s Restaurant, one of New Orleans’ finest and most legendary restaurants. The oldest family-run restaurant in the United States, Antoine’s is a historic landmark, having kept its doors open through some of the nation’s most difficult times, including the Prohibition era, the Great Depression and both World Wars. Known for its French-Creole cuisine, impeccable service, and world-famous clientele, including Franklin D. Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge, numerous movie stars, foreign royals and even a former pope, Antoine’s will offer American Cruise Lines’ guests the premier New Orleans dining experience.

Exclusive Tours: American Cruise Lines has arranged for a number of exclusive tours available only for its guests, including a behind-the-scenes guided tour of Mardi Gras World and a float building demonstration.

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