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    How do you book one of those grand yachts for firework viewings?

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    There is only one Grand.

    There are other crafts, pontoon boats, a reproduction Chris Craft (my personal favorite! ) etc.

    I'm not positive, but I think you call Disney Special events, or the like?

    Our Wendy will tell you this one. She's done it before.
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    If you do book the Grand 1, make sure that the overhead lockers are secure following Tink`s attempt to break one which almost came crashing down on her head!




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    LOLOLOL! HEY! No telling my secrets! LOL! I was just looking to see what was behind there! Who knew the door didn't have hinges! LOL!

    Least I wasn't checking out the bedroom, eh Mr. Slowhand? :wink:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 34579
    LOLOLOL! HEY! No telling my secrets! LOL! I was just looking to see what was behind there! Who knew the door didn't have hinges! LOL!

    Least I wasn't checking out the bedroom, eh Mr. Slowhand? :wink:
    I guess we had better leave it right there Tink! :shocked025:




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    Indeed.
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    407-WDW-PLAY 407-939-7529


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    I just phoned to ask about the different cruises available. The Grand I costs $450 for 60 minutes, $600-675 for 90 and $900 for 120. The Pontoon Boat cruise is 239.63 for Wishes (and no sound is piped in).

    Segway Around the World tour (in EPCOT) is $95 per person.

    You cannot take any of your own refreshments or food on the cruises. This is different from the time I was on the Grand I. We were able to bring our own drinks.
    Life is fragile. Each day really does matter. Live, live, live! Remember to love and let love, too.

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