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Mark Twain Riverboat Hannibal

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Mark Twain Riverboat
Center Street Landing
Hannibal
MO
63401
Tel: 573-221-3222

Directions

All cruises depart from Center Street Landing on the waterfront in historic Hannibal, Missouri. Boarding begins 30 minutes before scheduled departure time.

Where are we going today?

The Mark Twain has been a unique feature on the Hannibal riverfront for more than twenty years. We strive to offer visitors and residents of Hannibal a uniquely authentic riverboat experience on the "Mighty Mississippi".
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    I've had great experiences both times I've been on this. The first time, I got to go up into the wheelhouse and captain the boat. It's easy to do. All you have to do is ask a nearby cast member if you can go up there. The second time I was sitting on the bottom floor looking over the edge with my friends. It was very relaxing and it's fun to see all the animals and watch kids play on Tom Sawer's Island.

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    My wife and I rode the Mark Twain Riverboat during our visit in December of 2012. We were walking up to board the boat when a Cast Member stopped us and pointed out our "Just Married" buttons. He asked if we would like to ride with the pilot in the wheelhouse. Of course, we accepted!

    The pilot was a very nice gentleman who made excellent chat with us, including asking us why we chose to visit when we did, which was during one of the busiest seasons the park experiences. We told him we didn't have much of a choice - it was the only time she and...Read More

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by Zak Lybrand

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My wife and I rode the Mark Twain Riverboat during our visit in December of 2012. We were walking up to board the boat when a Cast Member stopped us and pointed out our "Just Married" buttons. He asked if we would like to ride with the pilot in the wheelhouse. Of course, we accepted!

The pilot was a very nice gentleman who made excellent chat with us, including asking us why we chose to visit when we did, which was during one of the busiest seasons the park experiences. We told him we didn't have much of a choice - it was the only time she and I could both get off of work, and he laughed and said he understood. He was a very lighthearted man full of laughter! He let my wife and I ring the bell and blow the whistle at a couple of points along the route. At the end, he gave us two "Honorary Steamboat Pilot" certificates as a souvenir of our visit. Riding in the wheelhouse is definitely a unique experience that I would recommend to anyone!

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