Former Empress of the North to Sail the Columbia and Snake Rivers
The former Empress of the North, built for and operated by the now defunct American West Steamboat Company / Majestic America Line, will be renamed American Empress, and begin sailing the Columbia River and Snake River starting April 2014, offering seven-day trips between Portland and Clarkston, Wash. Ports of call include Astoria, Wash.; Stevenson, Wash.; The Dalles, Ore.; Umatilla, Ore.; and Richland, Wash.
Built in 2002, the U.S.-flagged riverboat measures 360 ft. with five towering decks and accommodates 223 guests in seven stateroom categories.
Posted on May 25, 2013, in American Queen Stamboat Company and tagged American Express, american queen steamboat company, Columbia River, Empress of the North, snake river. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.