I read I think that you went para sailing about how much does it cost and is there weight restrictions. Also I see that you can rent pontoon boats. Do you know if this is by the hour or day?
- Asked by Terri from IL on 3/8/2009
I did go parasailing from the Contemporary resort at WDW this past Thanksgiving. This was an incredible experience that I highly recommend. You can read more about this HERE. There are weight limits for the parasailing activity. The total weight in... read more
We will be staying at the Fort Wilderness Cabins this June. My husband would like to go dockside fishing with our daughter. Is a fishing license required? Also, if we bring our own equipment instead of renting is there any fee for the fishing?
- Asked by Lisa from TX on 2/19/2009
I am also a fan of fishing and can't wait for my trip in May to test the waters of Fort Wilderness! Your husband will not need a fishing license to fish the Disney lakes and canals. You can toss your line in anywhere and test your luck. They will... read more
What is the average cost of renting a sea raycer? We will be staying at Pop Century resort, so which resort is the best to visit to rent a sea raycer? Thanks.
- Asked by Patricia from TN on 2/19/2009
Hi Patricia! The average cost for renting the wonderful and fun sea raycers is about $30 for a half an hour, although this is subject to change. You must be 12 or above to pilot one with an adult in the boat or 16 and above to pilot it... read more
Hi! Just wondering if we want to rent water sport equipment if we have to be staying in a resort that has the equipment or if we can just travel over to the Contemporary resort (for example) to rent the sea raycers or do parasailing? Thanks so much!
- Asked by Marni from NS on 2/23/2009
Guest of any of the WDW resorts are welcome to take advantage of the water sports rentals at the other Disney resorts. Feel free to go over to the Contemporary for parasailing, or any of the resorts with waterfront activities to rent a Sea Raycer or... read more
My family of 4 are planning a WDW trip on Aug.28, 2009 thru Sept. 7, 2009. I have a daughter 16 and a son 11. We plan to stay 6 days at the CR and do a 3 night, 4 day cruise afterwords. What is the best way to plan a dolphin interraction with the kids.
- Asked by Brenda from KS on 2/8/2009
It sounds like you have a fabulous vacation planned with some time at the Walt Disney World resort and then aboard the Disney Wonder.
One of my fondest memories is swimming with dolphins in the Bahamas. They are such intelligent mammals.... read more