Disneyland Submarines, Past and Present

My wife and I, enjoying her 9th month of pregnancy, dropped in to Disneyland Park to ride the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage.  It is a decent attraction and I think it will be a hit, especially with the kids.  It’s nice to have the subs back, along with an experience that isn’t essentially duplicated at every other theme park in the world.  Kudos to Imagineering, Disneyland Resort management, and the Pixar folks for pulling this off.

In September of 2004, I wrote about the development of this attraction and re-posted my accound of my final ride aboard the old attraction.

Everyone is worried that the queue line will move too slowly for this attraction, given the relatively low capacity.  That seems to be the biggest concern.  Time will tell how the general public reacts.

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About Whit

Whit Honea is a writer/editor/producer living in the L.A. area with his wife and two boys. You can find his writings and other works all over the Internets. Also available on Twitter.
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One Response to Disneyland Submarines, Past and Present

  1. Darcy Fraser says:

    Hello, my two daughters and I were excited to arrive at Disneyland on Friday, the 8th, and find the submarines previewing. We wasted no time and hopped into line. We waited just over an hour and to be truthful, I thought the line moved along rather quickly. Considering the subs can fit I think close to 40 people and they had all seven new subs running, they were accomodating a lot of riders.

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