The AquaMouse, a new water coaster that will be aboard Disney Cruise Line’s next new cruise ship Disney Wish, has been unveiled as the company’s next feature.
As visitors ride around the upper deck of Disney Wish, AquaMouse will perform two performances. The first episode, “Scuba Scramble,” was inspired by the animated cartoons from “The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse.” Through theatrical sceneries and visual effects, guests will be immersed in a humorous aquatic journey with Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
Our second performance is “Swiss Meltdown,” in which Mickey and Minnie welcome you on a mountain sledding adventure that will surely (and hilariously) go wrong. When the sun shines and the snow melts, you’ll be on a mad sprint to the peak, dodging hazards like avalanches, leaking rock walls, and waterfalls – oh, boy! The narrative is based on one of the Emmy Award-winning “Mickey Mouse” cartoons, “Yodelberg,” and composer Christopher Willis reworked the episode’s renowned soundtrack for the attraction.
During a trip on AquaMouse, there are numerous interesting Disney Easter eggs to find, such as an appearance by the abominable snowman from the Disneyland attraction Matterhorn Bobsleds. One of my favorite aspects is that Chip and Dale are hidden in each performance, traveling to Disney’s exclusive island of Castaway Cay.
Disney Wish, the fifth cruise ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, will make her debut in June 2022. The cruise ship will dock in Port Canaveral and sail three and four-night Bahamas trips.
Every Disney Wish cruise will stop at Castaway Cay, Disney’s award-winning private island in the Bahamas.
Sid Philips is a father of two and a loving husband. He currently resides in Pennsylvania and has been a fan of Disney since his parents took him there in 1980! Sid has visited multiple Disney parks around the world and loves each one!
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