Built in 1980 and named after the country singer Emmylou Harris, the PS Emmylou has been host to thousands of people, delighting even her namesake during the late 1980s.
Alongside the PS Pevensey, the PS Emmylou starred in the TV series All the Rivers Run in which she was renamed the PS Providence.
She is powered by a beautifully restored 1906 Marshall and Sons steam engine.
PS Emmylou operates every day of the year except Christmas Day. Enjoy a morning or afternoon tea cruise or take a leisurely two hour lunch cruise dining at our on-board restaurant, Redgums on PS Emmylou. 5 course evening steaming dinner cruises are also available most Saturday nights.
Emmylou also departs for regular 1, 2 & New 3 Night Cruises along the Murray River with 9 comfortable cabins accommodating 18 guests. These fully inclusive cruises provide guests a truly unique Australian experience. From September 2018 guests will enjoy newly refitted cabins providing a choice of twin share or double cabins with Private ensuites.
The PS Emmylou is one of the only wood fired paddlesteamer in the world offering regular multi day cruising. Fuelled by redgum logs the Emmylou exudes old-world charm whilst offering modern luxury including free wifi from September 2018.
The Emmylou is also available for weddings, corporate functions and private events.
PS Emmylou is powered by a restored 1906 wood-fired Marshall and Sons steam engine.
Murray River paddlesteamers and paddleboats
- “P.S. Emmylou”. Murray River Paddlesteamers. Retrieved 22 May 2012.
Historical (lost) vessels 1852-1873
- PS Rodney (1894)
Surviving vessels 1852-1873
- PS Adelaide (1866)
1874-1899 1900-1949 1950-1999
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