She is the first vessel of the Memphis Riverboats Fleet, a two-decked stern-wheeler 80 feet long. She is the first all-steel passenger vessel on the Mississippi River.

In 1964 we again turned to Dubuque Boat and Boiler Works to put the 110 foot long Memphis Showboat into service.

This three-deck passenger barge is the largest vessel in the fleet and can host just about any type of event, including dinner parties, convention events, weddings, dances and parties.


Memphis Riverboats, Inc. is proud to announce the acquisition of "The Captain", a 11 passenger Jetboat.


In 1979 “Capt Tom” completed the Memphis Queen III. This three-deck 110-foot true stern wheeler is the primary dinner cruise boat of the fleet.

She is heated and air conditioned perfect for weddings, hors d'oeuvres receptions, dinner parties, even company meetings. Her enclosed second deck is the main dinning area, with a stage and lighted dance floor. Located on the 1st deck, the Paddle Wheel Lounge is primarily used for handicapped seating or large groups dinning. Exterior seating on the bow veranda adds more seating.

The most exciting addition to our fleet, the Demona offers thrilling rides on the Mississippi river for groups of 3-6 passengers.

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