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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! :D) 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?






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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?
    I guess we had better leave it right there Tink! :shocked025:





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    Indeed. :D






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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.






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