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Liberty Belle Riverboat

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Liberty Belle (formerly Richard F. Irvine Riverboat)
Liberty Belle (formerly Richard F. Irvine Riverboat)

Liberty Belle Riverboat (formerly Richard F. Irvine Riverboat until 1996) is the river boat guided[1] ride vehicle at Rivers of America, Walt Disney World, the second boat ride vehicle to be introduced in this attraction, and originally named after the late Disney executive Richard F. Irvine.[2][3] It is an authentic steam powered sternwheeler.[4]

Facts

  • Opening: May 20, 1973
  • Renamed: 1996
    • Renamed to the Liberty Belle Riverboat
  • Ticket: D Ticket
  • Location: Liberty Square

History

The Richard F. Irvine Riverboat was named after the Disney executive Richard Irvine and was the second riverboat to enter into service on the Rivers of America at Magic Kingdom Park. Its counterpart, the Admiral Joe Fowler Riverboat, served from October 2, 1971, through 1980, when it was wrecked in an accident. The Richard F. Irvine was completely refurbished and returned to service in 1996 as the Liberty Belle Riverboat. The Liberty Belle underwent an extensive rehab from September 2005 to September 2006 and returned as an attraction ride vehicle in Rivers of America.[5]

One of the ferry boats that travel between the Magic Kingdom and the Transportation and Ticket Center is now named the Richard F. Irvine having been renamed from Magic Kingdom II in 1997.

Richard Irvine was the father-in-law of Imagineer and Disneyland Art Director Kim Irvine, whose mother is the late Leota Toombs.

References

  1. ^ Sandler, Corey (December 1999). Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando: Also Includes Sea World and Central Florida 2001. McGraw-Hill/Contemporary. ISBN 978-0-8092-2639-9.
  2. ^ Caselnova, Anthony M. (25 April 2020). Disney By The Numbers: Facts and Figures about the Walt Disney world Theme Parks and Resorts. Anthony M Caselnova. ISBN 978-1-941500-60-6.
  3. ^ Steamboat Bill: Journal of the Steamship Historical Society of America. The Society. 1999.
  4. ^ Americana. Americana Magazine. 1978.
  5. ^ Rich, Jason (17 September 2004). Everything Family Gd Disney/Universal Studios & Greater Orlando. Adams Media. ISBN 978-1-59337-179-1.

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