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Tour of Belle’s Landing Procedures - Part 8 of 8

Disembarking

Passengers board and leave the boat by way of a boarding stage.

The Belle’s 35-foot main boarding stage is used primarily when the boat does a shore landing. However, when she is tied into the wharf at Louisville, a much shorter gangway or stage is used.

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