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American Queen Steamboat Co. beefs up Nashville programming

AQSC will be making more visits to Nashville in 2022 and features an expanded Music City Stay Package
With the addition of its new American Countess, American Queen Steamboat Co. increased itineraries sailing to and from Nashville and beefed up its programming there.

2022 will offer a reimagined Music City Stay Package, more special edition voyages featuring Nashville and additional performances on board by country music legend Lee Greenwood.

AQSC's port for Nashville is Clarksville.

Special edition voyage highlights include 'Bourbon – An American Spirit' (Louisville to Nashville), 'Celebrate the '70s' (St. Louis to Nashville) and 'Star-Spangled Cruise' (Memphis to Nashville). Timed to the Fourth of July, the Star-Spangled cruises offered on American Countess and American Queen feature on-board performances by country star and Grand Ole Opry member Lee Greenwood.

Music City Stay Package

Available with the Star Spangled cruises and a number of other sailings on American Countess and American Queen throughout the 2022 season is a three-day, two-night Nashville Music City Stay Package. It features attractions including the Grand Ole Opry (for a performance and backstage tour) and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The package also includes luxurious accommodations at the Gaylord Opryland Resort with breakfast and round-trip ground transportation.

AQSC is currently running a fall sale with savings up to $2,000 per stateroom. Travelers who book a voyage departing by March 31, 2022, have the flexibility to move to another 2021 or 2022 voyage penalty-free up to 21 days prior to their departure. Fares start at $1,399 per person, plus port fees, taxes and gratuities.

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