Enjoy a short break with this two night enchanting introduction to the river. From the moment you step aboard and hear the steam whistle blow you will be totally relaxed. Enjoy river cruising visiting a riverside winery, plus a onshore tour to the Barmah Wetlands for a guided Eco small boat cruise followed by a visit to one of region's leading small goods producers.
PS Emmylou will take you back to the romantic days of Australia's Paddlesteamers. The side-wheel paddlesteamers are distinctly Australian having first plyed the Murray river in 1853 and is now the world’s only wood-fired cruising paddlesteamer offering one to four night authentic cruises in comfort and style.
Built in the style of the 19th Century paddlesteamers, PS Emmylou recently underwent a specially designed luxury upgrade and fit-out and now features eight cabins accommodating just 16 guests. The refitted contemporary cabins and ensuites include fine linens topped with silky duvets. Cruising aboard a traditional wood fired paddlesteamer engages your senses from the moment you board: smell the warm oil of the 1906 engine, feel the heat as the engineer stokes the boiler with Redgum logs, climb up to the wheelhouse to chat to the Skipper.
Price are Per Person. Please check our website psemmyloucruises.com for all cabin prices
|$830.00 - $1,020.00|
Cruise are all inclusive of Meal & Onshore Tours. Drinks at Bar Prices
Days of operation:
Departure details: 19/07/19 - 31/12/22
Thu: 02:30pm - 09:30am
Murray River Paddlesteamers operate from the Port of Echuca located just 2.5 hours drive from Melbourne's CBD. The company operate the iconic PS Emmylou, PS Canberra and Pride of the Murray.
The spectacular paddlesteamer, the PS Emmylou, the world’s only wood-fired cruising paddlesteamer was recently relaunched following a specially designed luxury upgrade and fit out.
Taking passengers for the first time through some of the most pristine and intact ecological forests, to places of geographic, historic and Aboriginal cultural significance, PS Emmylou will travel along the Murray River to world heritage wetlands, and the world’s largest red gum forest.
With only nine cabins this boutique steam-powered cruise, is able to moor alongside outstanding river wineries, drop in to local producers, pause to explore heritage sites such as the 1860s Perricoota Station, and access ancient Murray River tributaries on the MV Kingfisher with an environmental specialist.
The refitted contemporary cabins include fine linens topped with silky duvets, with the boats’ premier Suite located on the front Upper Deck, with French Doors opening to deck. Onboard dining, prepared by the Chef, features local food and wine from across the region. Riverside campfires with stunning night skies to complete this unique experience.
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