A Cruise Tour on the Belle of Louisville - a Feast to Your Eyes

09/13/2011 15:07

The Belle of Louisville and the Riverboat Spirit of Jefferson serve as the western anchors of Louisville Waterfront Park and keep on attracting more and more tourists to this city in Kentucky. The Belle of Louisville, a National Historic Landmark, was originally called Idlewild, which was built in 1914 as a passenger and cargo ferry. Her special structure allows her passage on every navigable waterway.



Whether you are a local resident or tourist from outside the city, you will be thrilled with a cruise tour on board the Belle.

Amenities and Services: Outdoor observation decks, handicap accessibility, dance floor, concession cafe and easy passenger drop-off. You can expect live entertainment and DJ service as well. The captain will also give a detailed narration about the boat and her cruises. Besides, full on-board sound system is equipped to make your cruise more poetic. Indoor and outdoor seating is available so that you can appreciate the beautiful scenery comfortably.

Tickets and Fares: For groups under 19, an excursion only ticket will cost $18. Luncheon ticket & cruise and dinner ticket & cruise are also available on condition that you book 48 hours before departure time. Dance cruise tickets are sold at $20 per ticket and you are free to dance in the dance floor. For larger groups, the fare will be even cheaper. Children under 2 will be allow in free of charge and those between 3-12 will always get substantial discounts.

Charters and Special Events: The Belle is available for chartering. You can make your special occasion more memorable by holding the ceremony on a luxurious steamboat. Weddings, friend reunions and other events will be made unique. Special events are regularly held onboard like the Mother's Day Dinner Cruise, Bluegrass Lunch, Memorial Day Picnic Cruise and Dance Party Dockside Events.