Arkansas Queen Riverboat
An elegant three-deck replica of a sternwheeler riverboat, the Arkansas Queen features a multitude of cruises all year long, including lunch, dinner/dance, and sightseeing cruises. The Arkansas Queen leaves from North Little Rock's Arkansas Inland Maritime Center, which is located next to the USS Razorback.
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Enjoy a delectable meal while taking in the stunning sights while traversing the Arkansas River. This fun, 90-minute cruise is highlighted by the ship's captain regaling you with stories about the history of the area as well as the Arkansas River. You'll also be treated to a Riverboat History video, which plays on five large plasma screens so you won't miss a thing. In addition, the lunch cruise may be taken as a sightseeing cruise. For more information, visit www.arkansasqueen.com/lunch09.htm
Make your next birthday, anniversary or special event really special by celebrating with that special someone aboard the Arkansas Queen. This memorable two-hour cruise includes a two-entrée dinner with salad, vegetables, coffee or tea, and a scrumptious dessert. After your meal, you'll have an opportunity to dance along to all your favorite songs. Or if you prefer you can simply listen to the music on the outside decks while gazing at the stars (or into the eyes of that special someone). For more information, visit www.arkansasqueen.com/dinner09.htm
Join the Arkansas Queen Cruise Club and you'll be in the loop for all sorts of information. Receive everything from notices about new cruises to cruise specials to discount fare notices on select cruises. You'll also receive the very newsy Arkansas Queen Riverboat Newsletter. For more information, visit www.arkansasqueen.com/club.htm