Ohio River Cruises

Ohio river cruises are operated by several riverboat companies, including River Barge Excursions and Gateway Clipper Fleet.

The river begins at the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers at the point in Pittsburgh, PA, and flows 981 miles to join the Mississippi at Cairo, Illinois.

The river cruises are one way to experience America differently.

Of the companies that operate on the Ohio river, River Barge Excursions, has R/B River Explorer, which is the first and only hotel barge on those rivers.

Their schedules for cruises along the Ohio river include America’s Junction (Mississippi River, Cape Girardeau, MO, Confluence of Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, Chester, IL, Confluence of Mississippi and Illinois Rivers, Grafton, IL) and Expanding Frontiers (Mississippi River, Cape Girardeau, MO, Confluence of Mississippi and Ohio Rivers, Ohio River, Paducah, KY, Cumberland River, Lake Barkley, Clarksville, TN).

The company also has Rare to River excursions on selected cruises, which are excursions highlighting America’s hidden treasures, as the company puts it.

Ohio River Cruises – Other Companies

One other company that operates in the Ohio river is Gateway Clipper Fleet. The company has long history of cruising in the Three Rivers of Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio river.

Their sightseeing cruises include such seasonal events as Ohio River Festival of Foliage Cruise, which is a 9 hour voyage on the Ohio River to experience the color and beauty of the fall foliage aboard.

The company also provides private charters, which, large or small, formal or informal, can be customized to fit your needs and budget, according to the company.

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