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    How would one get off Finding Nemo's Submarine Voyage?

    Just wondering if it ever broke down for a long period of time, how the guests could get out?
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    Re: How would one get off Finding Nemo's Submarine Voyage?

    You would only have to remove people via boat if the sub is in the outdoor portion of the ride. The inside has catwalks.
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    Re: How would one get off Finding Nemo's Submarine Voyage?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chesire View Post
    Just wondering if it ever broke down for a long period of time, how the guests could get out?
    assuming it is constructed essentially the way the one at WDW was, there are cat walks all along the show building above the subs on either side. there is a pretty good website out there that has some great info about the WDW ride and pictures of it as it has been dismantled. I also seem to remember reading in mouse tales that cast members get on the walks to play pranks on the sub driver.

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    Re: How would one get off Finding Nemo's Submarine Voyage?

    Wow, never thought about that! Maybe they have some type of manual tow mechanism that would allow them to tow the sub to the dock. I would assume that in the show bldg there are probably walkways or scaffolds nearby with some type of swing out ramps. As far as in the lagoon, I guess you'd need some type of watercraft to ferry people over to the loading dock if the sub can't be towed. But, if it was me, I 'd say "Please,please let me SWIM to shore!!". Hee Hee. Ever since I was a kid I've always wanted to swim in that lagoon!
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    Re: How would one get off Finding Nemo's Submarine Voyage?

    They have a small motorboat that they can use. I believe that they keep it in the show building.
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    Re: How would one get off Finding Nemo's Submarine Voyage?

    Quote Originally Posted by Disneytwins View Post
    You would only have to remove people via boat if the sub is in the outdoor portion of the ride. The inside has catwalks.
    yeah what they said

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    that link will take you right down to the destruction phase of the ride but you can see the catwalks
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    Re: How would one get off Finding Nemo's Submarine Voyage?

    There were some pictures posted here a while back, maybe a year ago, by a guest who was evacuated from the sub while it was in the show building.

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    Re: How would one get off Finding Nemo's Submarine Voyage?

    They don't take people out. They force people to watch the Nemo scenes over and over again in an endless loop until the sub is repaired in place. The record is three days of guests being trapped in one of those yellow tin cans watching that film.
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    Re: How would one get off Finding Nemo's Submarine Voyage?

    Dumbest thing Disney ever did. Just so stupid.
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    Re: How would one get off Finding Nemo's Submarine Voyage?

    You can't get people out if you are under way. You're 200 fathoms deep!
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    Re: How would one get off Finding Nemo's Submarine Voyage?

    I've seen two subs stuck for 2-3 hours because of an earthquake, I wondered who and when they were "freed" from the subs.

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    Re: How would one get off Finding Nemo's Submarine Voyage?

    I wonder if they would do this same type of evacuation if someone was having a panic attack or needed to get off the subs immediately. I'm actually quite interested in that type of situation, what do they do?


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    Found this through google:
    http://www.themeparkreview.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=55019

    It has pictures of the area as they were being evacuated.

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    Re: How would one get off Finding Nemo's Submarine Voyage?

    Quote Originally Posted by IzzyInWonderland View Post
    I wonder if they would do this same type of evacuation if someone was having a panic attack or needed to get off the subs immediately. I'm actually quite interested in that type of situation, what do they do?
    There was a recent thread where someone saw a sub back up after leaving the dock. A CM said that can happen if the sub hasn't gone too far.

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    Re: How would one get off Finding Nemo's Submarine Voyage?

    OMG... you mean the subs don't really go down?



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