Which Marina is Your Favorite?

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Which Marina is Your Favorite?

Do you enjoy playing on the water while at WDW? Many of the resort hotels have fantastic marinas where you can participate in all sorts of fun activities. Which one is your favorite? Do you just use the marina where you're staying or would you go out of your way to play at another hotel? Let us know where the best place to go is!

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i usually use the one at the poly, but i have also used the one at the contemporary and they are both very good, and i think they have more at the contemporary

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Wow.... even on a Disney board... My mind went to which Marina do you like better...

As for your question... does Boardwalk count? I know its not a place that has a bunch of docked ships and such, but it has at least one boat coming in and out? heh

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across the lake from Boardwalk is the Yacht and Beach club marina, we rented a boat there once and went all over the lake over by Boardwalk, so yeah, I say that counts.
We like the Poly I guess, Mike likes the sailboat and we took the little boats all around back by FW which was cool. The fairy boats are SO big when you're down in the teeny tiny 2 seater though...

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Mase wrote:
Wow.... even on a Disney board... My mind went to which Marina do you like better...

As for your question... does Boardwalk count? I know its not a place that has a bunch of docked ships and such, but it has at least one boat coming in and out? heh

LOL...i thought the same thing Smile

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I have no idea who she is... fill a girl in?

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She's a character on a Nickelodeon TV show called the Fresh Beat Band.
http://www.nickjr.com/the-fresh-beat-band/

As for Disney marinas, I like the Poly. I had a room overlooking the marina and it was very relaxing to watch the boats every morning on the balcony.

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It's funny that you mention this, because when we were at CSR the last time I noticed that they're not still renting boats there (at least they weren't when I was there). I had always wondered who was renting boats in that "lake." They must really have wanted to do some boating. Does anyone know if they've stopped doing boats there altogether, or if it just wasn't running when I was there?