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Fantasmic firework barges

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  • Fantasmic firework barges

    How does Disney during the Fantasmic show prevent the firework barges from just floating away, I was thinking maybe a simple anchor, but that would have too much slack in the line and it would sway back and fourth, does anyone know how they keep them standing still?


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    Re: Fantasmic firework barges

    I think it's connected to one of the tracks under water. But thats just a wild guess.

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      Re: Fantasmic firework barges

      They install them before the show. the put them in at around 5:30. they drive on a mini motor boat sorta thing to go set them up.

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        Re: Fantasmic firework barges

        You know the barrels they have floating in the water during the day.. they take the barrels off, and put the fireworks barges on






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