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mousemamma 10-23-2013 10:40 AM

Height Requirements on the Aqua Dunk (Magic)??
 
Does anyone know what the height requirements will be for the Aqua Dunk yet?

We sailed on one of the first Dream sailings and our son missed it by an inch (they actually lowered the height requirement for the next sailing).

Thinking about a last minute cruise on the Magic and was just curious if they had decided yet. I don't want to book it unless everyone can go on it.

Thanks!!

houseofduck 10-23-2013 11:02 AM

I just looked this up yesterday. It's 48 inches according to the DCL description on the web site.

lanejudy 10-23-2013 11:27 AM

Yep, 48 inches. It's only single-rider, so no option for shorter child to go with an adult.

This is from the DCL website: http://disneycruise.disney.go.com/sh...ools/aquadunk/

Know Before You Go
Guests must be at least 48" or taller to ride AquaDunk. Please note that the slide's entry capsule may prohibit Guests of certain body sizes or those weighing more than 300 lbs. from riding.

Enjoy your cruise!

CMontheseas 10-23-2013 11:54 AM

It's 4 feet, no exceptions! :)

CMs will kindly redirect anyone shorter than 48 inches to the Twist N' Spout.

castlegazer 10-23-2013 11:59 AM

Off topic I know, but, awww, you just led me to check on the Twist and Spout and I am so disappointed to read its only for children!

"Twist n' Spout Slide
For children who want to experience a little excitement while cooling down, AquaLab offers an exciting double-looping waterslide. Children using the slide must be a minimum height of 38 inches and a maximum height of 64 inches."

I meet the height, but not the term, "children". :sad1:

TeamH5 10-23-2013 12:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by castlegazer (Post 49904556)
Off topic I know, but, awww, you just led me to check on the Twist and Spout and I am so disappointed to read its only for children!

"Twist n' Spout Slide
For children who want to experience a little excitement while cooling down, AquaLab offers an exciting double-looping waterslide. Children using the slide must be a minimum height of 38 inches and a maximum height of 64 inches."

I meet the height, but not the term, "children". :sad1:

:rotfl2: I'm with you on height... Hey can you pass for 17?? Technically it's still a 'child' and hell who are they to know?? Lol It doesn't have an actual AGE requirement! :lmao:

CMontheseas 10-23-2013 12:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TeamH5 (Post 49904816)
:rotfl2: I'm with you on height... Hey can you pass for 17?? Technically it's still a 'child' and hell who are they to know?? Lol It doesn't have an actual AGE requirement! :lmao:

Technically it does! :) Under 13 is considered "child" for Twist N' Spout!

castlegazer 10-23-2013 01:43 PM

In all the videos leading up to the re-imagineering it was really vague about this - words like family slide were used almost always.

I wish it was a family slide, it looks much more capable of handling adults than the Mickey Slide, but alas....

It's the one piece of info I have been waiting months to get to see if I could slide. :sad:

In my mid 40s I can pass for early 30s, but 17, much less 13, is not in my wheel house any longer. :guilty:


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