No alcoholic beverages are available on the Showboat Branson Belle.
Coffee, iced tea and water are free with your meal. Large soft drinks are available and specialty coffees and frozen drinks may also be purchased.
Allergen-free, vegetarian and vegan meal options are available upon request. Please inform your server when you arrive for your cruise if you require an alternate meal.
From the east side of Branson, travel south on US-65 to the Hollister Exit. Turn right onto US-65 Bus N, and proceed .3 miles to stoplight. At stoplight, turn left onto MO-165 N and travel .9 miles to stop sign. At stop sign, turn right, continuing on MO-165 N approximately 5.8 miles. The Showboat Branson Belle will be on your left.
If you are traveling from W Hwy. 76 in the heart of Branson, take MO-165 S 4.4 miles. At the stoplight, follow MO-165 S/MO-265 S 1.6 miles, across Table Rock Dam. The Showboat Branson Belle will be on your right.
From the west side of Branson, turn from W Hwy. 76 onto MO-265 S at the stoplight. Travel 5.6 miles to the second stoplight, and turn right onto MO-165 S/MO-265 S. Travel 1.6 miles across Table Rock Dam. The Showboat Branson Belle will be on your right.
Yes. There is level parking for 350 cars.
Upon boarding, our photographers will provide you with the opportunity to be photographed. Later, the picture is developed and you will have the choice of purchasing it. You can then enter the dining room/theater and find the location of your table. Meal service will begin shortly, followed by the major part of the show. Before the Showboat docks, you will have approximately 20 to 30 minutes to stroll the exterior decks of the Showboat and enjoy scenic views of Table Rock Lake and the Ozark Mountains.
The view of Table Rock Lake and the Showboat is fabulous from onshore. White River Landing, where the Showboat docks, is also home to two shops and landscaped walkways.
Yes. The ship has large windows on all three interior decks of the theater. You can also explore a few smaller lounge areas, the exterior promenades and outer decks of the ship, which also provide great views of the lake.
The dining theater area of the ship has three levels, all of which provide excellent views of the stage. There is one exterior deck on the very top of the ship, where the captain's wheelhouse is located. The lowest level of the ship houses the engine room and kitchen.
Most of our seating is located on the main deck, which is where you will enter when you board the Showboat. You can travel by stairs, or by elevator to the other two decks where seating is also available
Table assignment is printed individually on each ticket. The table assignment will also be communicated to you by the ticket seller or Reservation Center.
All of the ship's crew is trained in first aid procedures and we have an EMT on board all cruises. Should it be necessary to transport a guest off the vessel, we have an excellent working relationship with the water patrol and emergency care providers in our area. (Note: We do not encourage people who are seriously ill, or have an hour-to-hour medical condition to board the vessel. The Showboat can be an hour from dock, and emergency stops in route, while possible, would inconvenience other passengers considerably.)
Yes, contact your server as soon as you board so they may assist you with refrigerating your medication.
No, that is very unlikely. The Showboat is 78 feet wide and 265 feet long, making it very stable. In addition, Table Rock Lake is very calm and winds are minimal. You will notice very little movement on board the vessel as it moves through the water.
All meals on board the Showboat are served directly to your table. There are no self-service buffet lines, salad bars, or beverage counters on the Showboat Branson Belle.
Complete the form below to submit an inquiry for a lost item. You will be contacted when the items is found or turned in.
Yes, all of our interior decks are accessible by elevator, and all our restrooms are accessible to those with disabilities. Simply inform the ticket seller or reservation agent at the time you place your reservation.
Yes. However, video cameras may not be used inside the vessel. Video cameras are permitted on the outer decks only.
Smoking is allowed only on the outer decks of the boat.
Reservations must be cancelled at least 24 hours prior to your scheduled cruise time in order to receive a refund.