Queen of the West
On a cruise ship
Queen of the West: Trailblazing in the Pacific Northwest
A veteran of the Columbia and Snake Rivers, Queen of the West from American Cruise Lines underwent a major renovation in 2011, with upgrades to passenger staterooms, lounges, galley, and engine room. Meticulous care and attention to detail went into the reconstruction, from the newly designed and custom built furniture, expanded staterooms and addition of more private balconies.
On board you’ll find an intimate atmosphere with multiple lounges and cozy staterooms, just a smaller than other American Cruise Lines ships. Sharing the ship with just 120 passengers allows for exceptionally camaraderie among passengers, and lets the attentive, personalized service of American Cruise Lines shine.
Who will like sailing on Queen of the West
Travelers who like small towns and dramatic vistas will enjoy cruising on Queen of the West.
Where Queen of the West sails
American Cruise Lines' Queen of the West sails the Snake and Columbia Rivers in the U.S. Northwest from Clarkston, Wash., to Portland, Ore.
Retrace the journey of Lewis and Clark
Seven day cruises take you between Clarkston, Wash., and Portland, while others include the Columbia River Gorge, following the route of Lewis and Clark.
- Spacious staterooms
- Most staterooms have private balconies
- Large opening picture window
- All interior entrances means that every stateroom has a private view
- Complimentary wi-fi in all staterooms
- Satellite TV and DVD player in all staterooms
- Twice-daily stateroom service
- Individual climate control system
- Writing desk & stationery
- Hair dryer
- Spacious closet
- Four-drawer dressers and night tables
- 110-volt outlets
Amenities on this ship
Note: There's no pool, fitness center, spa facilities or casino on Queen of the West. Passengers get their exercise by going ashore and walking around the port towns.
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