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Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by noseybuddy, Feb 5, 2005.

  1. noseybuddy

    noseybuddy <font color=purple>Did I miss something?<br><font

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    Is the slide on the DM and DW just for kids or can everyone use it? Is it small, or is it big enough for adults?
     
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  3. musicgirl

    musicgirl <font color=coral>Pooh lover<br><font color=teal>M

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    The pool is only for kids unless you a very short!! They have a height required and a height cutoff. I'm not sure what they are, but I'll look around to find out. If I can't find it, I know someone else will.
     
  4. musicgirl

    musicgirl <font color=coral>Pooh lover<br><font color=teal>M

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    Found it!

    Ages 4-14 and 32"-64"

    So I guess that leaves me out even if I am short!!!!
     
  5. noseybuddy

    noseybuddy <font color=purple>Did I miss something?<br><font

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    Hope Disney builds a n ew ship and has a slide that teens can use. Like the slide on the Carnival Ships. That would be cool.
     
  6. soccercruiser87

    soccercruiser87 <br>Teen Board Moderator<br><br><font color=red>Cr Moderator

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    sounds good, i wanna go down the slide but im too tall and too old...im 17 :guilty:
     
  7. Stinasmom

    Stinasmom DIS Veteran

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    I may be only 59 1/2" but I guess I don't pass for 14 years any more, DARN!
    At least both my kids fit the requirements...
     
  8. shmoogrrrl

    shmoogrrrl Tigger Goddess

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    Ack! You have to be four? My Daughter will be three and four months when we sail in October and she will be sad about that. Of course, we will follow the rules!
     
  9. Enna

    Enna This space for rent.<br><font color=red>So where's

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    My daughter will be 4 on the day we sail, so we JUST make the cut-off.

    Do the kids need to be able to swim once they reach the bottom of the slide? We're planning on keeping them in swimming lessons once a week 'til then, but that doesn't mean the kids will be competent enough to swim on their own!

    Enna
     
  10. Memaw2Wm

    Memaw2Wm DIS Veteran

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    No they don't need to be able to swim ... but when you hit the water at the bottom of the slide and it tends to splash your face pretty badly ... water up your nose kind of splash!
     
  11. soccercruiser87

    soccercruiser87 <br>Teen Board Moderator<br><br><font color=red>Cr Moderator

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    the slide doesnt empty out into the pool. Theres just water at the end of the slide but its nothing deep at all, not even a feet..and theres a rubbery material to slow you down. My cousin whos 10 loves it. :)
     
  12. Enna

    Enna This space for rent.<br><font color=red>So where's

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    Thanks! I was under the impression that it ended in the pool. It sounds like my son (who doesn't like water in the nose) will have more concerns than my daughter (who is less particular about such matters!).

    Enna
     

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