Mickey and Minnie Statues in Front of Cinderella's Castle During Fireworks
  • On Jan 6, 2024
    Bruce from NY Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    For the fireworks cruises, do children count toward count of 10? One child is 2 and other is 5.

    Hi there, Bruce!

    Thanks for revisiting planDisney. I’ve seen Walt Disney World Resort nighttime spectaculars from multiple vantage points; however, the specialty Fireworks Cruise is hands down my favorite way to view them. I experienced this Enchanting Extra with many of my friends here at planDisney, and it was a night that I’ll always remember.

    My pal Amy did some investigative work last year and answered a similar question on our site. You’ll see that little ones do indeed count toward the total number of Guests that the pontoon boat allows, which is 10. 

    On my last Fireworks Cruise, we arranged for multiple boats to go out together from the same marina. So, if you do need an additional boat because your mighty crew is over the limit, this can definitely be set up by calling the phone number (407) WDW-PLAY. 

    Bruce, just give us a holler here at planDisney if you have any other questions about your upcoming vacation to The Most Magical Place on Earth. Any one of us would be more than happy to offer our tips and tricks. 

    Magic always, 

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