New Orleans: Evening Jazz Cruise on the Steamboat Natchez
- Duration: 2 hours
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Busy day from the bayou boat ride to Oak Alley tour! The only complaint is the bus ride...if you’re in the back seats every bump the bus hits you will go flying but not the fault of the tour company...typical roads in and around New Orleans. The bayou boat ride was fun and the weather was great! The alligators came out to eat marshmallows so plenty of opportunities to see and take photos of the gators. The Oak Alley plantation was great and informative...it is history...not the best moment in our history but nevertheless a part of our history. It is this history that reminds us to never repeat this sort of behavior. Don’t forget to take the photo of the oak tree arches in front of the house!
Cruise was the perfect length and a really enjoyable run down and back from the city. Boarding was fast and efficient with Gina, the director, taking time to talk with our family and make us feel like special guests. The food for the brunch was surprisingly good - it could have easily been phoned in, but offered a great sampling of local cuisine. It was a great time - thanks a lot!
Great experience for a family or couples. I went with a friend and 2 hours was just too long on the boat (dinner cruise). We may have had a different opinion if it was a day cruise. We just thought it was an intimate setting and we were ready to get off because we were jealous LOL!
This was the highlight of our trip in New Orleans. Don’t miss the food! So glad we decided on dinner with the cruise. Music was wonderful! We will return.
Charles, our narrator, was very knowledgable with a great delivery. We learned so much about the Battle of New Orleans as well as Hurricane Katrina.