The Branson Landing Princess offers just about everything guests could want in a lake tour.

The Landing Princess launches daily at 5 p.m. for one and a half hour long dinner cruises that feature a four course meal. The meal consists of a buffet of ribs, chicken, vegetables, desserts and more, and there are two cash bars available as well, one on the upper and lower decks.

General Manager and Captain Paul Lentz said “the scenery is gorgeous” on the 10 mile round trip that takes guests from Gage’s Branson Landing Marina and Shops, located in the Wharf District, to Rockaway Beach before making the return trip.

According to the captain, every cruise gets a unique view of the Landing’s fountain show.

Lentz also said passengers are sure to see lots of wildlife through the Landing Princess’ panoramic windows, including foxes, squirrel and even an eagle’s nest.

“Every seat here is a window seat,” Lentz said. “You have a great view no matter where you are.”

The captain also explained that the Landing Princess is “fully climate controlled and has a coast guard inspected capacity of 149 people.”

While sightseeing on the cruise, passengers also get the opportunity to learn a little about how Branson got its name and other historical facts about the area.

But the 100-foot, $2.5 million motor yacht isn’t just for sightseeing. It can also be used for private parties, charters and weddings. Lentz said since the cruises began, the Landing Princess has hosted about eight weddings.

Lentz added when it comes to charters and private parties, the menu selection is “whatever they want” as the Landing Princess’ full galley allows virtually endless possibilities.

For more information about Landing Princess cruises visit www.bransonlandingcruises.com or call (800) 979-3370 to purchase tickets.