By British Diva
Avast Me Hearties….
SeaRacers will seat up to 2 salty sea dogs and can be captained by a 5′ 12 year old!
Boston Whalers can welcome aboard up to 6 sailors and like the Sun Tracker pontoons they need to be captained by an adult of at least 18 years old.
Let’s Go Hire a Boat at Any of These 10 Marinas:
The Grand Floridian,
The Polynesian Resort,
The Contemporary Resort,
The Wilderness Lodge,
Fort Wilderness Resort & Camp Ground,
Port Orleans Riverside,
The Old Key West Resort,
The Caribbean Resort,
The Yacht Club
and at Downtown Disney.
Hire charges vary from £21 ($34) – £30 ($47) per 1/2 hour – I recommend that you to push the boat out and weigh anchor for at least an hours voyage!
Staying Ship Shape & Bristol Fashion……
Before you cast off you’ll be given a quick boating tutorial with some simple regulations that must be adhered to.
No, not of pirates…. but of the maritime rules of the Disney waterways –
Observe the ‘No Wake’ zones.
No alcohol (including rum) aboard ship. Cool boxes will be checked.
All crew are allocated with a life vest, but children 12 & under must wear their’s at all times.
The waterways of WDW are policed by Disney recreational staff, be sure to follow their guidelines!
|Yo-ho yo-ho it’s a pirates life for me!|
It’s a common mistake for the first time Disney holidaymaker (vacationer) to presume that Walt Disney World is all about roller-coasters…… as a matter of fact there are only 6 to be found on Disney property!
|Children are required to wear life vests at ALL times.|
Look carefully and you may well spot the deserted and forlorn looking River Country water park as you float by…..