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Best place to rent small disney boats?

Discussion in 'Shopping & Other Activities' started by Disfan, Aug 27, 2008.

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    Does anyone have a favourite? I think I've seen them at the grandfloridian and polynesian, anywhere else?
     
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    You can also rent them at Wilderness Lodge and DTD.
     
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    We've rented from the Poly and gone out around the lakes, it's really relaxing. I loved just sitting there taking photos whilst DH did all the work :lol: I've got some great photos of the Shoe Tree :D
     
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    One of my favourite things to do when not at the parks - we tend to get one from DTD :p015:
     
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    We've rented from the Poly and Coronado Springs. I like the Poly best.
     
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    Poly is my favorite also!
     
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    We have rented from the GF. Don't forget you can hire them by Y&BC too
     
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    oh wow i never new you could do this, is it open to visitors to the resorts?
     
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    We've never done this before but I have it on my itinerary for our next trip to hire a boat from Captain Jack's at DTD.

    Mick.....you've got that captain thing in your system now haven't you :lol:
     
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    Can't see why not. Have done it a few times and never been asked for room id. Its a great way to spend an hour. One morning we took our breakfast out on one on Seven Seas lagoon. It was really quiet - great way to start the day. There are small two seater racers to larger pontoons. We took a pontoon - think it was about $80
     

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