Video: Sea Raycer Experience at Walt Disney World

Travel with Lou around the waterways of the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World on a SeaRaycer  by Sea Ray® boats. Follow along we was take a trip past Disney’s Contemporary Polynesian and Wilderness Lodge Resorts, past the Magic Kingdom, and around Discovery Island and River Country.

Sea Raycers are available at resorts with marinas, including: Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Disney’s Polynesian Resort, Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, Disney’s Fort Wilderness, Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts, Disney’s Boardwalk, Disney’s Old Key West Resort, Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside and French Quarter Resorts, and Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort.

Sea Raycers are also available for rental in Downtown Disney at Captain Jack’s Marina.

For more information, call 407-WDW-PLAY or visit the watercraft rentals page at

Have you ever taken out any type of boat or watercraft at Walt Disney World? Leave your answer in the Comments below! 

Thanks for watching!

– Lou Mongello



13 thoughts on “Video: Sea Raycer Experience at Walt Disney World”

  1. Lou, I used to love those things when I was a kid. I remember them being incredibly fast, though I weighed all of 100 pounds (soaking wet) at the time. My Dad says that back in the late 70’s/early 80’s they truly were like speed boats. People weren’t as sue happy back then :).

    Anyway, glad you posted this video. I loved Discovery Island. It was and still is such an incredible place. I’m glad I had the opportunity to enjoy it when I did.

  2. Hi Lou, hey thanks for this one, We have been wanting to do this maybe our next trip we will find the time to do it. It’s always so nice there ughhh…wishing I was there in body and mind hehehe.
    Lv Lucille

  3. I love those Sea Raycer’s even if I did get in trouble last time I was on one. Bat Lake Towers is my home resort, what a fantastic location! Have you been to The Top Of The World Lounge, to see the DMK fireworks?

  4. I remember the weird and wonderful feeling I experienced passing in front of the Magic Kingdom in what then was called a “Water Mouse”. The thoughts of being back at my favorite place on earth and manning my own watercraft on Bay Lake was too exciting to put into words…and I happened to be in my thirties at the time! I made my way to scope out the Grand Floridian & Poly feeling pretty much the same way. Just love WDW.

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