Motor Boat Cruise

Motor Boat Cruise was an attraction at Disneyland in Anaheim, California.

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Motor Boat Cruise - Current Status
... In 2007, the former Motor Boat Cruise waterways were drained during final construction of the neighboring attraction, Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage ... During this time, around 2/3 of Motor Boat Cruise's former waterways were filled in with landscaping, creating more of a space buffer between the freshwater-based submarine lagoon, and the 'green ... filled back into the area known as Fantasia Gardens (the former Motor Boat Cruise loading dock) ...
List Of Museum Ships
... Sydney Australia 1967 Attack class Patrol boat af Chapman (1888) Sweden Stockholm County Stockholm United Kingdom 1888 Full rigged Ship Akishio SS 579 Japan Hiroshima Kure Japan ... Washington Seattle United States 1927 125' Active class Coast Guard Patrol Boat B 15 Canada British Columbia New Westminster Soviet Union Foxtrot(641) Class Submarine B 39 ... Muskogee War Memorial Park ORP Batory Poland Pomerania Gdynia Poland 1932 Patrol boat Bauru Brazil Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro Brazil 1943 Cannon class Destroyer ...
Disney's Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Significance
... The show's popularity also led to a re-theming of Disneyland's Motor Boat Cruise, along with a small part of Disneyland that became known as "Disney Afternoon Avenue." The Motor Boat Cruise became ...

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