Disney’s Jungle Cruise Comes To Not So “Magical” Ending

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“The most magical place on earth” lost some of its enchantment Thursday.

For some passengers, the Jungle Cruise attraction became a true adventure in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. One of the ride’s boats, “Bomokandi Bertha” began sinking into the water around 12:30 pm EST forcing all passengers on board to slush through murky ankle-deep water to high ground. The ride was shut down for nearly 2 hours as passengers were safely evacuated off the ride and the boat was towed away. More

15 Comments on Disney’s Jungle Cruise Comes To Not So “Magical” Ending

  1. That is one of those rides you go on to relax and sit down for a few minutes. Sometimes, you get the unexpected. Last time we went, the guide was a little gay guy who had all of the adults on the boat laughing like hell as he did his own jaded-queen narration. If he’s still there, I’m sure he’s already worked the sunken boat into his routine.

    And one of my favorite things about the Jungle Cruise is that nobody is trying to pass you in line to catch up with their mother/father/son/daughter.

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  2. “One of the ride’s boats, “Bomokandi Bertha” began sinking into the water around 12:30 pm EST forcing all passengers on board to slush through murky ankle-deep water to high ground.”

    In a typical magnanimous gesture, Disneyland offered the passengers 5% off on their next entry fee (some restrictions may apply, offer void where prohibited).

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  3. “That was no boating accident!”

    I like how they mentioned that they pulled over 100 alligators out of the waters since the DeLuca boy was taken by one. Any chance of water moccasins being in ankle deep water?

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