Here’s something about Mary.She’s a dreamboat.

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About The Mary M. Miller

Here’s something about Mary

Meet the Mary M. Miller. She was named after Louisvillian Mary Millicent Miller, who also happened to be the first woman to ever attain her steamboat captain’s license way back in 1884. Originally built in nearby Utica, Indiana, Mary has proudly served in both Kansas City and Savannah, GA. She’s back home now and we couldn’t be prouder. Join us for sightseeing and a meal on the Mary M. Miller. Book your reservations today.

Built
1985 by Marine Builders, Inc. Utica, IN. Originally named Missouri River Queen.

Year-round Passenger Capacity
350

Specifications
Fully heated and air conditioned • Concession stand and bar • Bandstand • On-board sound system • Non-smoking • 95 gross tons • 90’ length • 30’ breadth • 6.1’ depth

Line art of the Spirit of Jefferson

Upcoming Cruises

  • Nov. 22

    THANKSGIVING CRUISE

    Mary M. Miller
    1:00 pm–3:00 pm
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    This is a Special Event therefore the special event cancellation policy applies.

    Buffet: $47/Adult, $47/Senior, $31/Child + taxes & port charge.

  • Nov. 23

    LIGHT UP LOUIVILLE MOONLIGHT CRUISE

    Mary M. Miller
    9:30 pm–11:00 pm
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    This is a Special Event therefore the special event cancellation policy applies.

    Sightseeing (cruise without the buffet): $16/Adult, $16/Senior, $16/Child + taxes

    Cash bar and concessions.

  • Nov. 23

    PRE-LIGHT UP LOUISVILLE CRUISE

    Mary M. Miller
    4:30 pm–5:30 pm
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    This is a Special Event therefore the special event cancellation policy applies.

    Sightseeing (cruise without the buffet): $14/Adult, $14/Senior, $14/Child + taxes and port charge.

    Cash bar & concessions.

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