Muscatine, IOWA – According to the city officials, the cruise ship will be stopping for the port trial in front of the Pearl City Station in Riverside Park between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.
City officials also said that the ship will be in Muscatine for about a half-hour before returning to cruising the Mississippi River.
The Mayor of Muscatine, Brad Bark, reportedly said:
“We encourage everyone to come out and welcome the American Duchess to Muscatine. This is something that we have worked a long time for and we are confident that the test will be successful and Muscatine will be added to the list of stops for these river cruises.”
On August 14, 2017 the American Duchess was christened with a bottle of bourbon at the waterfront in New Orleans.
The Duchess features some of the largest accommodations on the river, with rooms ranging from 150-630 square feet.
She holds up to 166 guests.