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It is a shame what happened with the accident.! It is an awesome excellent adventure! I hope they can bring it back for the public it was a freak storm that blew up and the people were not directed to put their life jackets on....More
Alternative tours include the (1) Showboat Branson Belle; (2) Main Street Lake Cruises: (3) Branson Scenic Railway: (4) Bigfoot Farm Scenic Tour. There may be others I am not aware of. Ride the Ducks remains closed indefinitely due to the tragic sinking which was forseeable...More
We had such an incredible amount of fun! The captain was hilarious!!!!! When we went out on the water, the captain gave my children a chance to drive the boat. They haven't stopped talking about it!! Very safe!!!
Great family fun. Great way to not only see the sights, but learn the history of the area. They even let the kids drive once in the water, with the supervision of the captain of course. Would recommend
I visited Branson with my husband, 6 year old daughter, 4 year old son and 2 grandparents. Ride the Ducks was on our list of to-dos as the grandparents rode it on a previous trip and I had rode one in Boston 10 years ago....More
We had a great time on the Ride the Ducks, our boat lost steering out on the water but DJ Jim was great he made sure we all took out life jackets out and had them on until we could get out of the water....More
We rode the Ducks and were accompanied by a former Navy serviceman. We were given instructions to stay seated and I felt safe. I was very shocked and saddened to here of the tragedy that occured following our visit. It seems weather had a big...More
You will need a reservation at least 3 hours in advance to get a seat. This is the Table Rock Lake station, which is the classic version. Branson Landing ducks is on my bucket list, but have never ridden them.