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Board a "clamobile" and get ready for an underwater adventure! Search for Nemo with Marlin and Dory, while encountering colorful tropical reefs, ancient shipwrecks and plenty of jellyfish. You'll meet new friends and old - even Bruce the shark! Your journey concludes with Finding Nemo characters swimming among real-life fish living in the 5.7 million gallon salt-water tank with "The Big Blue World" playing in the background. The Seas with Nemo & Friends® Attraction is inspired by Disney-Pixar's film, "Finding Nemo."
Even when the park is particularly crowded, the wait time usually tops out at 30 minutes. The best time to do this one is early in the morning. You’ll have time to visit the aquarium afterward then get to the waiting area for Turtle Talk with Crush in plenty of time for the first show.
We all love the movie and enjoy the attraction, but it's especially one of Lily's favorites. Toward the end of the ride you'll get a preview of the enormous salt-water aquarium which you can explore in the pavilion afterward...and where you'll actually find Nemo! It's adorable and, unless it's peak season, it has a fairly short line.
The Seas with Nemo & Friends attraction is located in the Seas with Nemo & Friends Pavilion in Future World at Epcot. The duration of Seas with Nemo & Friends is about 6 minutes. It is geared more for the little ones, but it’s enjoyed by guests of all ages.
Each ride vehicle can seat three guests (two adults and one child). There aren’t lap restraints, but the front of the “clamobile” closes when the ride begins. Guests must transfer from their motorized scooter or ECV to an available wheelchair to experience the attraction.
One of the highlights of this attraction isn’t the actual ride itself, but the Caribbean Coral Reef Aquarium located in The Seas with Nemo & Friends Pavilion and often visited after going on the attraction. The circular observation platform in the middle of the aquarium will have you almost completely surrounded by water.
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The 5.7 million gallon salt-water tank is home to more than 6,000 inhabitants representing over 60 species including sea turtles, angelfish, dolphins, rays, sharks and a special manatee rehabilitation area.
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