Board the Queen of the Ozarks: the Showboat Branson Belle

Branson BelleIt’s called “America’s Most Entertaining Dinner Cruise” but it’s much more than just a cruise; it’s an experience you’ll never forget.

The Showboat Branson Belle was first launched onto Table Rock Lake on August 13, 1994 and weighs in at 2,500,000 pounds. With an average speed of six miles per hour, this majestic 278 ft. long showboat is themed just like the popular showboats of the 1800s.

When you board the boat for your 2-hour cruise you will receive a delicious and filling 3-course lunch or dinner meal of a salad with sweet Vidalia onion dressing, slow-simmered beef roast, honey-Dijon glazed chicken, garlic mashed potatoes, sugar snap peas with carrots and a dessert of golden brittle lemon-berry torte with caramel drizzle.

Branson BelleNot only will you dine on a fantastic meal, but you’ll also be dazzled by the showboat’s premiere entertainment “Made In the USA” featuring an aerial violinist, The ShowMen singing group, comedy acts, live band The Rockin’ Dockers and so much more.

For the perfect summer evening activity, board the Showboat Branson Belle for a night of great food, entertainment and jaw-dropping views of the Table Rock Lake.

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3 thoughts on “Board the Queen of the Ozarks: the Showboat Branson Belle”

  1. I have never been on any kind of cruise, so this would be a fun thing to go on. Especially with the shows to watch as well. I love the way boats feel while they are on the water.

  2. I’ve been on multiple cruises but never on this one! Look like a great get-a-way vacation for the day. I’ll definitely have to try it this summer!!! I bet it’ll be amazing.

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