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  • Brother Bear Canoes

    Does anyone have pictures of the Brother Bear Canoes in Tokyo?

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    Re: Brother Bear Canoes

    Originally posted by aenobarbe View Post
    Does anyone have pictures of the Brother Bear Canoes in Tokyo?
    They're not called Brother Bear Canoes; instead, they are named the Beaver Brothers Explorer Canoes. I think Tokyo Disneyland's Rivers of America looks very nice with Splash Mountain in the background. Here's a link to some pictures of the canoes:

    http://www.tdrfan.com/tdl/critter_co...hers/index.htm
    ~ Tokyo DisneySea’s Arabian Coast at nighttime ~

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      Re: Brother Bear Canoes

      Wow! Look how far they are from the shore compared to DLR's canoes when they were up and running.
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        Originally posted by ZeekSlider View Post
        Wow! Look how far they are from the shore compared to DLR's canoes when they were up and running.
        Isn't Tokyo Disneyland's Rivers of America wider than Disneyland's?
        ~ Tokyo DisneySea’s Arabian Coast at nighttime ~

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          Re: Brother Bear Canoes

          Originally posted by ZeekSlider View Post
          Wow! Look how far they are from the shore compared to DLR's canoes when they were up and running.
          They're still running. I was on them Thursday.

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            And here I thought they were closed down after that whole Kell Boat accident.
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              Re: Brother Bear Canoes

              Originally posted by ZeekSlider View Post
              And here I thought they were closed down after that whole Kell Boat accident.
              I believe they only open on weekends and holidays now. Same goes for the Sailing Ship Columbia. I rarely see both the Mark Twain and Columbia at the same time out on the Rivers of America.
              ~ Tokyo DisneySea’s Arabian Coast at nighttime ~

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                I love the BBEC! I remember the first time I went on them, I was scared to death of falling out of the canoe and I got tired really fast - but it was also -10 degrees C, and I had a throat infection. However, every other time I've been on them I've always enjoyed myself so much, mainly because it is just such a change in pace to the rest of the park.

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                  Re: Brother Bear Canoes

                  During my last trip the entire River was drained,I'm going to be purchasing a new Digital Camera before I leave this year to take shots of both Disneyland Resort paris and Tokyo Disney Resort so I'll try and get a couple of the Beaver Brothers Explorer Canoes in there too.
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                    Re: Brother Bear Canoes

                    Originally posted by TDR_Fan View Post
                    I believe they only open on weekends and holidays now. Same goes for the Sailing Ship Columbia. I rarely see both the Mark Twain and Columbia at the same time out on the Rivers of America.
                    Canoes in DLR are open weekends, holidays, spring break and Christmas break (both about three weeks. We are also open all summer long which is from June to September roughly.

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                      Re: Brother Bear Canoes

                      Originally posted by TDR_Fan View Post
                      I believe they only open on weekends and holidays now. Same goes for the Sailing Ship Columbia. I rarely see both the Mark Twain and Columbia at the same time out on the Rivers of America.
                      The same goes for the Big Boats.

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                        Re: Brother Bear Canoes

                        Originally posted by ZeekSlider View Post
                        And here I thought they were closed down after that whole Kell Boat accident.
                        OLC has not succumbed to lawyer B/S like the american parks have. TDL even has the old style Roger vehicles in the Cartoon Spin ride.

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                          Re: Brother Bear Canoes

                          Originally posted by aenobarbe View Post
                          Canoes in DLR are open weekends, holidays, spring break and Christmas break (both about three weeks. We are also open all summer long which is from June to September roughly.
                          Are you sure about that? Because the former canoes dock at DLP was tranformed into a Pocahontas playground for the young brats at the park, so unless they have reopened this area as the canooes dock, I have a hard time believing that piece of information. I have not seen the canoes opened at DLP since the mid 90s.

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                            Re: Brother Bear Canoes

                            Originally posted by Malin View Post
                            During my last trip the entire River was drained,I'm going to be purchasing a new Digital Camera before I leave this year to take shots of both Disneyland Resort paris and Tokyo Disney Resort so I'll try and get a couple of the Beaver Brothers Explorer Canoes in there too.
                            Why bother getting a new camera? All you have to do is post links to DeepDisney's albums.

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                              Re: Brother Bear Canoes

                              Originally posted by TDLFAN View Post
                              OLC has not succumbed to lawyer B/S like the american parks have. TDL even has the old style Roger vehicles in the Cartoon Spin ride.
                              Oh I don't remember that. What were the original vehicles like?

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