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I saw the Chattanooga Star Riverboat today docked at Decatur, Al. This boat was in terrible condition. Windows were boarded up. It was powered by a Mercury outboard. You couldnt pay me to get on it.

Added: April 18, 2014 - 03:53 PM
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Been on Miss Queen an Ameerican Queen an loved both. Going on Delta Queen April 2014 its permanently docked in Chatanooga,Tenn. I coleect riverboat models have 7 fairly large about 22 smaller ones. Just love riverboats wish I could go on one weekly.We have Jungle Queen here in Ft Lauderdale,Fla Loved to hear frm other riverboat fanatics or collectors Carole Matthews excuse spelling

Added: November 24, 2013 - 12:22 PM
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Hell ,
I just discovered this web page and find it very interesting . I am a Louisiana State Commissioned , River Pilot and I have worked on the Mississippi River system all of my adult life . I have worked on passenger steamboats ( the Str's. Natchez , Delta Queen and Mississippi Queen .
I have been one of those fortunate few that have always enjoyed my job of working on the river and look forward to going to work every day !


Added: October 13, 2013 - 01:03 AM
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I love the pictures! I'll be back to learn more. Beautiful website! Thank you!

Added: August 28, 2010 - 12:44 PM
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What a beautiful website. Thank you for this site.

Added: July 07, 2010 - 01:14 PM
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nice website

Added: June 02, 2010 - 12:53 PM
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I am a (previously) published author now writing a novel that has a segment set in Nov. 1934 to May 1935. Were there steamboats (names - please) at that time traveling from Louisville, Ky. to New Orleans, La.? Would one change (boats) when the Ohio met the Mississippi? I understand that there were runs to NOLA for Mardi Gras but that the depression might have curtailed this activity. How long would such a trip have taken? Any, and all, help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

Added: March 16, 2010 - 07:40 PM
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I just discovered your web site. You might notice that I am a Captain. I pilot 2 replicas, the Bahia Belle, vintage 1941 and the William D. Evans. I have become quite fond of both of these. Our passangers, those aboard for entertainment, private parties, brunch or to see fireworks in the Summer months are always fascinated with these beautiful replicas and keep coming back. The smaller of the 2, the Bahia Belle, is certified for 200 guests and the larger, the William D. Evans, can carry up to 600 passanger. The Wm. D., has a stained glass ceiling over the 2nd. deck that has over 36,000 pieces of stained glass. Come see them both at the Bahia Resort on Mission Bay, San Diego, CA

Added: October 20, 2008 - 10:27 AM
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I really enjoy your website. I use it as reference source on the boats I see on the Ohio River.
I have a lot of pictures of the Delta Queen up on my Photostream on flickr during its visits this summer to the Wheeling area. I hope to submit some of them to your wonderful site.


Added: September 26, 2008 - 11:37 AM
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Great Site. my dad Capt. Billy Clark and his brother Capt. D H Clark ran the Pamela D up on the ohio and mississippi rivers for years. Some of my greatest childhood memories were riding my dads boat on the ohio...and later working as a deckhand. Thanks for the memories...

Added: September 11, 2008 - 08:29 PM
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