The 600-passenger Savannah River Queen and the 600-passenger Georgia Queen are triple-decker, red, white and blue, vessels that offer a variety of sightseeing, dining and entertainment cruises along the Savannah River.
The two paddle wheelers are both replicas of the boats that cruised America’s rivers in days gone by. Climb aboard these beauties’s to relive a bygone era on a truly historic river.
Departing from the dock beside River Street directly behind Savannah’s City Hall in the Historic District, these two vessels can take you on a relaxing one-hour narrated sojourn up the river while your captain tells you about the history of Savannah. You’ll see the riverfront sights and learn about the important port industries that have shaped the economy of the city to this day.
There are snack shops, cash bars, and restrooms on board. The sightseeing cruises operate year around, but the sailing schedule is seasonal so make sure you call ahead.
They offer a variety of river cruises, including:
- Two-hour Dinner Cruise, complete with live entertainment and dancing (year around)
- Monday Night Gospel Dinner Cruise (April to October)
- Murder Afloat departs at 9:30 p.m. on Thursday nights (April to August)
- Moonlight Entertainment Cruise on Friday and Saturday nights (March to October)
- Saturday Luncheon Cruises (March to October)
- Sunday Brunch Cruises (March to October)
All meal cruises require prepaid reservations.
Both riverboats operate under U.S. Coast Guard regulations and comply with all passenger safety requirements. They are climate controlled for year-round comfort. All cruises have reduced fares for children under 12.
Reservations are required for most cruises.
Location and Phone Number:
9 East River Street