7-night Cumberland River Cruise
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- 7-night riverboat cruise
- Cruising through the famous Land Between the Lakes
- Pre-cruise hotel package
- Daily shore excursions
- Cocktail hour each evening
- Afternoon tea service
- Breakfast room service
- Acclaimed entertainment program
- Country, Jazz, and Blues
- Personalized service from a dedicated crew
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