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Cruise review of PS Emmylou by Murray River Paddlesteamers

The whistle blows, the engine hisses, the paddles splish and splosh and you ever-so-gently and imperceptibly become part of the river’s mellow rhythm. Come join Andrew on a review of the PS Emmylou on the Murray River.

The Turul of Hungary

What is a Turul you ask?
It’s only the symbol of Hungary we say…

Stories of the Blues

The legend of Robert Johnson – blues musician and how he got his talent.

The `Old Woman` of the Arctic – Inuit myth and legends

Meet Sedna, the fingerless sea goddess of the Arctic Inuit – does she have a tale to tell…

Nickel & Diming in New Orleans

If you’ve got a bit of free time in New Orleans, we’ve got a few free ideas of things to do…

Cruise Traveller see new horizons in 2020 and beyond

Staying positive in the light of a global pandemic hasn’t been easy, but we’re here for the long haul…

Slow Travel – on the world’s largest sailing ship

As life gets faster and Christmas comes round ever quicker, it’s ironical – but anecdotally welcome – that one of the fastest-growing trends in tourism is the art of slow travel – and in particular, slow cruising.

Having a whale of a time in Australia

Whales, we love them!
And if you live anywhere near our magnificent coastline, then you can enjoy them with our little guide…

American Queen Steamboat Company announces their 2022 program

American Queen Steamboat Company announces it’s new 2022 program!

Telling it like it is – an interview with our Managing Director, Craig Bowen

Our MD, Craig Bowen was recently interviewed about Tradewind Voyages, small ships and slow cruising by Ian Jarrett from Travel Writers Radio. Take a listen here.