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Majestic America Line -New website

Majestic America Line, one of the world’s premier river cruise lines and the largest river and coastal cruising company in America, today unveiled a new microsite
that provides discerning guests with an intimate look at virtually every aspect of life on the Mississippi River aboard the grand American Queen, the world’s largest riverboat. Guests will journey along with a host couple and experience a day aboard the ship — from breakfast in their well-appointed stateroom to custom shore tour adventures and evening entertainment — providing an authentic view of just how wonderful a cruise can be aboard the 436-guest American Queen.

“It’s easy to see that the American Queen is a stunning ship. But we want to show guests what it really means to experience the Mississippi River aboard the American Queen,” said Diane Moore, Executive Vice President, Majestic America Line. “The sound of the paddlewheel on the water, the incredible views, dining in the elegant J.M. White dining room — these are all experiences that are unique to the American Queen and are what make stepping aboard her decks something truly special.”

As guests arrive at the site they are welcomed to their “Mississippi River Journey” and introduced to the site through the narrator, a woman who is embarking on a voyage aboard the American Queen with her husband for their 50th wedding anniversary. Following a brief introduction, guests are prompted to select a category — the ship, life onboard, fine dining, enrichment or destinations. Each category features a personal narration of the couple’s day on the river and highlights the nuances and attention to detail that makes each pillar of extraordinary quality stand out. From there, guests can delve even deeper into the site to learn facts about the ship, the river, Majestic America Line and more.

Guests can choose from any of the American Queen’s 44 seven-night sailings in 2008. After spending the Spring on the lower Mississippi River exploring the Cajun and Creole culture of New Orleans and picking up the rhythm of the Blues in Memphis, she’ll head upriver for the summer. Between July and October the American Queen will provide guests with an upper Mississippi River experience between St. Paul and St. Louis before heading back down to New Orleans to round out 2008.


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