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As long as you skip the food the trip is good

Lovely trip on the Natchez, the band was good and there was a bit of commentary however dinner was an awful experience, too many people and you felt like you were being herded and rushed to get your food, eat it and go, the quality was not great either. Not sure there was enough bar staff on either as it was taking approx. 25 mins to get a drink.

A real authentic Southern steamboat experience

Loved having the chance to eat Southern food on an aithentic steamboat on the Mississippi. Great live jazz. Good informative commentary. Glad to be anle to see inside the engine room to see the steam-powered engine at work - on the only steamboat still operating out of New Orleans. Good for all ages and relaxing.

Had a great time learning about the steamboat and Mississippi.

I will be doing another tour on the Steamboat in the future. We missed out on lunch, but we did have some amazing ice cream and snacks. The gift shop was great and enjoyed the steam engine room. My husband and I did this tour alone. Next time we will be taking the kids they would enjoy it so much.

Nice change from the crud on Bourbon Street.

The cruise was fun; music good and the food was a nice change from all the deep fried foods. You might think about extending the time for tour since we had the second seating for dinner and no time after to enjoy the ride.

Wonderful cruise! The view of the river was absolutely stunning.

Would definitely book again! The interior of the ship, the dining rooms, were beautiful. There were drinks, and seating everywhere to see the view. It was one of my favorite things I did in New Orleans.