Belle of Louisville Riverboats to Host a Tribute to the Great Steamboat Race As tradition calls, the race will take place the Wednesday before Derby Day, which in this unusual year is September 2nd.
Nothing is more important than keeping everyone safe as we entertain and educate our passengers onboard the Belle of Louisville and Mary M. Miller. The boats are currently operating with limited capacity and other new protocols are in place to comply with guidance from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Governor Beshear, Louisville Metro Health and a Louisville Tourism Attractions task force.
HELP US KEEP CRUISING FOR ANOTHER 105 YEARS! Spring has sprung in Louisville and, while that usually means lots of community events, horse races and steamboat cruises, COVID-19 has thrown the River City, and world, into crisis.
Waterfront Development Corporation (WDC) officials announced today that Krista Snider, a nonprofit professional with extensive strategic marketing, tourism and fundraising experience, has been selected as the new chief executive officer of the Belle of Louisville Riverboats.