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Columbia & Snake Rivers Cruise – American Song

The American Song is a brand new, modern riverboat that is now cruising the Columbia and Snake Rivers between Washington and Oregon offering iconic NW cruises.

Read about the fun our agents had on the inaugural American Song cruise on the Columbia River by CLICKING HERE!

Cruise Details

Clock8 Days & 7 Nights

Double Occupancy from $5,545 pp/do*

Single Occupancyfrom $7,240 pp

CalendarOctober 10, 2021 | October 17, 2021 | October 24, 2021 | October 31, 2021 | November 7, 2021 | November 14, 2021
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*Per person/double occupancy. Special single rates apply where listed. Excludes port fees.
Itineraries may operate in reverse.

Your Itinerary

    1Portland, OR
    Welcome to the City of Roses! Portland's history and culture has forever been entwined with the two rivers that flow around and thru it: the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. If you're planning to arrive early into Portland, talk to our agents about putting together a city tour, crossing many of Portland's beautiful bridges, and even stopping at the International Test Garden featuring over 6800 rose bushes!

    2Astoria, OR
    Astoria is the oldest American settlement west of the Rockies, close to where Lewis & Clark wintered at Fort Clatsop during their Corps of Discovery expedition. Just stepping off the boat you'll have access to the city trolley - a quaint ride along the waterfront that will explain all the highlights of Astoria - and the Columbia River Maritime Museum, examining the history of crossing the bar and the actual ships and artifacts of ships that found the crossing too dangerous. Other options from here: Fort Clatsop Tour & Astoria Experience, or Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center at Cape Disappointment.

    3Mount St. Helens, WA
    There is nothing more magnificient or eye-catching than the beautiful Mount St. Helens. She is a local treasure, despite her grumblings and 1980 eruption. Everyone should take this complimentary excursion to Johnston Ridge Observatory. Make sure to watch the film, where you can hear Johnston call out: "Vancouver! Vancouver! This is it!" His last transmission before perishing in the eruption.

    4Stevenson, WA
    We'll enjoy some cruising time along the river before reaching the port of Stevenson, WA. But the fun you'll have! Choose from the ever popular Multnomah Falls excursion that crosses the Bridge of the Gods to explore the falls, or the Bonneville Dam & Columbia River Gorge Interpretive Center. The fish ladders are always fun, and you'll stand in awe at the power of the dam.

    5The Dalles, OR
    The Dalles sits on the east side of the Gorge, with Mt Hood to the south and Mt Adams to the north. Lewis & Clark camped here at Rock Fort Camp during their expedition.

    6Pendleton, OR/Richland, WA
    The Hanford Reach Museum in Richland is an amazing option for your fun today. Or book the Pendleton Signature Tour: underground city tour, BBQ lunch at Hamley's Restaurant, and visits to the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute and Pendleton Woolen Mills.

    7Clarkston, WA
    At the border lies Clarkston, WA and Lewiston, ID - I wonder how they got their names? There's so much history and culture to explore here, including the complimentary excursion to the Nez Perce National Historic Park. But the Hells Canyon Jet Boat Signature Tour is always a hit. Be sure to sign up for this one in advance - it fills up!

    8Disembark in Clarkston, WA
    Talk to our agents about travel arrangements, or lengthening your stay with a hotel in Spokane, WA.


Cabin Categories

Cabin Single Price Double Price
Grand Suite (Private Balcony)$11,055 pp
Owner's Suite (Private Balcony)$8,980 pp
Veranda Suite (Private Balcony)$7,950 pp
AAM (Private Balcony)$7,145 pp
AAC (Private Balcony)$6,570 pp
AAL (Private Balcony)$6,275 pp
AAR (Private Balcony)$5,765 pp
AAG (Private Balcony$5,545 pp
Single (Private Balcony)$7,240

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*Prices may vary due to seasonality

Onboard Experience

The American Cruise Line fleet of ships are the newest and most environmentally friendly small ships in the US. The cruise line prides itself on their hospitable staff, and that you’ll be graciously received no matter which ship you cruise on. The large staterooms with interior entrances ensure you have a relaxed, private area to watch the river from, or visit any of the many onboard lounges. Daily entertainment will be brought onboard, including musicians, historians and naturalists.

Regionally-Inspired Menus

American Cruise Lines uses fresh, local ingredients to show off the culinary glory of the region you’re cruising in. On the Mississippi River, that could mean Andouille Gumbo, a po’boy with red beans and rice, and bourbon pecan pie. In New England, you could find Littleneck clam ceviche on the menu followed by a spiced apple pudding with maple whipped cream. In the Pacific Northwest, you’ll find fresh fish on the menu, including shrimp bisque or Dungeness Crab cake, and a marionberry cheesecake that’ll make your mouth water! Your ship will provide you with a list of all the locally-sourced ingredients when you unpack.

Eagle Society

Once you’ve cruised aboard any American Cruise Line ship, you are an Eagle Society member. It’s free to be a member, but your loyalty to American Cruise Lines is greatly rewarded. You’ll receive Eagle Society luggage tags, and member-only gifts when you board each cruise. After 3 cruises, you’ll receive complimentary premium shore excursions. After 10 cruises, you’ll get a complimentary 11th cruise. There are special Eagle Society cruise dates every year. Plus all Eagle Society member benefits can be used when booking with USA River Cruises, plus you’ll still be eligible for our loyal customer benefits as well.

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Columbia & Snake Rivers Cruise – American Song

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