Queen of the West Ship Review
Launched in 1995, the Queen of the West is the first overnight passenger sternwheeler to be built and operated in the West in 80 years. The 230-foot Queen is propelled by a three-story-high churning paddlewheel that is powered by a revolutionary hydraulic propulsion system that uses environmentally safe biodegradable hydraulic oil. The 45-foot-long bow ramp allows passengers to go ashore anywhere along the river, much as the 19th-century vessels did.
Other 7 Night West Coast Cruise Itineraries on the Queen of the West
|August 08, 2015||-||$3,750||-||$6,385|
|August 22, 2015||-||$3,750||-||$6,385|
|September 05, 2015||-||$3,750||-||$6,385|
|September 19, 2015||-||$3,750||-||$6,385|
|October 03, 2015||-||$3,750||-||$6,385|
|October 17, 2015||-||$3,750||-||$6,385|
|October 31, 2015||-||$3,750||-||$6,385|
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