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Disney Cruise Line: Ride the AquaDuck

Jonathan Frontado

by , Public Relations Director, Disney Cruise Line, Adventures by Disney and Disney Vacation Club

Wow, what an evening. As many of you know, yesterday we hosted a media event to unveil details of our newest ship, the Disney Dream. The highlight was the introduction of the first water coaster aboard a cruise ship — the AquaDuck.

While we’ll have to wait until 2011 to actually experience the AquaDuck, here is a chance to go on a “virtual ride”… Enjoy!

Here are some fun facts about the AquaDuck:

  • The AquaDuck stretches 765 feet in length – more than two and a half times the length of a football field – and spans four decks in height.
  • Guests slide 13 feet over the side of the ship in a translucent “swing out” loop allowing them to look down on the ocean 150 feet below.
  • Guests experience coaster-like thrills as high-powered water jets push them upwards and forwards at 20 feet per second.

To find out more about the Disney Dream see our live webcast “on demand”.


  • I’ll be riding this come January 26th 2011, as I just booked us on the Maiden Voyage of the Disney Dream! WOOT!

  • Looks awsome, can’t wait to try it out. Leave it to Disney.

  • Mark, the only limitation I’ve seen is that riders must be at least 48″ tall; nothing about age limits. I’ve got you by a few years, and I fully intend to ride!

  • That looks amazing! Great design!

  • Looks like a lot of fun… I can’t wait to see it in person! Thanks for the video!!!!

  • This looks like such a blast! I love that it actually takes you OVER the water, instead of just above the boat. And the “Space Mountain” part! Wow!

  • WOW….I can’t wait to go on this with my kids!

  • Hmm. If I stay in good health, I will be 60 in 2011. I hope they let senior mousketeers on that water slide because I am already planning a cruise on the Disney Dream.

  • Wonderful. I especially enjoy that “lazy river”-looking segment that lets you enjoy the view for awhile.

    I’m sure plenty of us would like to share this video on Facebook, Twitter, etc. Could you add a ‘share’ button to the videos? And to the blog posts?

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