Clarksville (Nashville) to Memphis (8 nights / 9 days)

Day 1 – Arrive Nashville, USA

Fly from London to Nashville, USA. Private transfer to a Premium Hotel for a night stay.

Day 2 – Clarksville (Nashville), Tennessee

Today is the day you have been waiting for! Prepare to embark on an unforgettable journey through history. If you haven’t gotten your full dose of Nashville yet, visit the AQSC Hospitality Desk for ideas about how to spend your day. The official Voyage Check-In will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. During this time, our representatives will arrange for your transfer to the vessel and answer any questions you might have. The process is simple and we will have you back to exploring in no time. If you have any additional questions, the Hospitality Desk will be at your service until the complimentary vessel transfers begin.

Day 3 – Clarksville, Tennessee

Clarksville is the fifth fastest growing city in the United States, but has still managed to keep its small town charm. Founded in 1784 and incorporated as a town in 1785, Clarksville was named after the Revolutionary War hero General George Rogers Clark. The town is filled with history, as can be seen in its prime examples of Victorian and Romanesque architecture, which is prevalent throughout the city.

Day 4 – Dover, Tennessee

Stewart County is a small county enriched with history, picture-perfect scenery, and welcoming citizens. Guests are greeted with stunning natural beauty and wildlife, which surrounds the city. Located at the county’s heart is Dover, the county seat and home of Fort Donel­son National Park. This peaceful, picturesque town is the location of one of the most historic battles of the Civil War – a battle that changed the direction of the war for the North. Today, bald eagles call this park their home as and soar through the skies; a true symbol of freedom. Although small and rural, Dover has much to offer visitors, such as a delicious meal at one of the many local restaurants or simply a delightful stroll through its comforting hometown charm. Dover and Stewart County are the perfect gateway to a simple, cosy and quiet country experience.

Day 5 – Paducah, Kentucky

Paducah has a harmonious history of relations between the European settlers and the Padoucca Indians who are native to the area. The city is located at the confluence of the Ohio and the Tennessee Rivers and because of this, it is often called the Four-Rivers Area, due to the proximity of the Ohio, Cumberland, Tennessee, and Mississippi Rivers. This prime location has played a major role in Paducah’s history, as transportation was easily accessible – the economy was strong and travellers were frequent!

Day 6 - Cape Girardeau, Missouri

Nestled along the western banks of the mighty Mississippi River lays the city of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, a community rich in history and heritage. For more than 250 years people have been drawn to Cape Girardeau and the river on which it lies. Stroll along the riverfront, where the passion that led Mark Twain to write so eloquently about Cape Girardeau in Life on the Mississippi can still be felt, as can the inspiration that Gen. Ulysses S. Grant used to lead with firm conviction as he took command of the Union Army in the historic downtown. Gain a sense of the warmth and hospitality that community founder Louis Lorimier extended to Lewis and Clark while on the journey of a lifetime, as they set forth on their Corps of Discovery to explore the Louisiana Purchase.

Day 7 – New Madrid, Missouri

New Madrid is known for being near the military engagement the Battle of Island Number Ten during the Civil War. The city is also famous for being the site of a series of more than 1,000 earthquakes in 1811 and 1812, caused by what is called the New Madrid Seismic Zone. Explore the history of earthquakes, documented with seismographic recordings, in addition to Native American artifacts, Civil War artifacts and family life in New Madrid during the 19th and 20th centuries.

Day 8 – Leisurely river cruising

There is always plenty to do between dawn and dusk on the river and today is the perfect day to enjoy the many public spaces and activities that are available to you on-board. Gaze at the beautiful landscapes and small river towns as you mingle with fellow guests and discuss the unique aspects of river life. If you fancy a moment to yourself, retreat to The Lincoln Library, which is adorned with ornate bookcases stocked with an imaginative selection. Take hold of a literary classic, curl up on a plush chair in a cosy corner and relish every moment of serenity. Our fitness facility, business centre, movie theatre and grand lobby offer a more stimulating day on the river for those who wish to indulge in more energy-infused activity. However you wish to spend your day, make it your own and revel in every moment.

Day 9 – Memphis, Tennessee

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 Memphis at your leisure or consider a Post-Cruise Premium Shore Excursion with transfer to the airport for your flight back to the UK.

Memphis - The Complete Memphis Experience 2 Night City Stay Package

This is the most inclusive music experience ever offered by the American Queen Steamboat Company. These three days are jam packed with all of the highlights that this hot bed of music can offer. From the iconic home of the King of Rock n Roll, Elvis Presley, with the final stop and show on “Country’s most famous stage”, the Grand Ole Opry. This package is highly inclusive with deluxe accommodations, transportation, lunches and breakfasts, and American Queen staff to guide you through the experience.

The American Queen exclusive Post Cruise The Elvis Experience Premium Tour with transfer to the Sheraton Memphis Downtown Hotel
One night at the Sheraton Memphis Downtown Hotel including American Breakfast
Transfer to Nashville
One night at The Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville including American Breakfast
Music City USA Nashville City Tour including the Country Music Hall of Fame
Included Grand Ole Opry Show in Nashville
Local American Queen Steamboat Company representative to answer questions
Luggage Handling
Transfer from the Gaylord Opryland Resort to Nashville International Airport.


Inside Stateroom (Category E) Cabin/Observation Decks
From £2395 per person

Outside Stateroom with Open Veranda (Category B) Observation Deck
From £4660 per person

Memphis - City Stay Package - Double Occupancy
From £665 per person

Please call for more details.

Cruise Prices

Guide Prices are per person based on 2 persons sharing a cabin include:

  • Return scheduled flights (Economy Class) from London UK
  • One night pre-cruise stay at a Premium Hotel including Full American Breakfast
  • Seven nights luxury cruise on board the American Countess including all meals, beer and wine with dinner, complimentary coffees, bottled water, soft drinks and ice cream included throughout the voyage
  • On board 'showboat' entertainment each evening and daily lectures from the resident Riverlorians relevant to the cruise and history of the river
  • New Orleans City Highlights Premium Excursion on Disembarkation day and complimentary shore excursions in each Port on the 'Hop On Hop Off'  coaches
  • Transfers to and from airports and shared transfer from hotel to boat
  • Onboard WiFi
  • Gratuities
  • All Port Charges
  • Full ATOL financial protection

Additional Charges

  • Additional Premium shore excursions
  • Alcoholic drinks not listed above (Unlimited Beverage Package available for pre purchase)
  • Club/Premium Class Flight Upgrades (prices on request)

For more information call: 01223 568904 or email:


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