Open/Close: Opens and closes with the park. Open during Magic Mornings.
Wait Times: This ride is still relatively new which causes its own increased wait time. Also the hourly capacity is low. Unless you sneak in early in the morning or near park closing, expect to wait 30 minutes even during the slowest periods and more than an hour during peak periods.
Length of Ride: 15 minutes
Single Rider: No
Queue Description: Though it is essentially just a switchback queue, it is themed to the Australian harbor seen in the Finding Nemo movie.
Health Restriction: None, though guests with strong feelings of claustrophobia may want to give some thought to the relatively tight spaces inside the submarine.
Ride Access: The submarines can not accommodate wheelchairs or anybody who would need to transfer. To ride inside a submarine guests must be able to walk up and down a short flight of steps. For guests with mobility limitations, including those in wheelchairs or ECVs, there is an alternate presentation available. The voyage has been filmed in high definition and can be viewed on a 61-inch plasma screen at a nearby theater. The view is the same as would be seen through a porthole on one of the submarines. Anybody wishing to use the separate viewing room still needs to wait in the standard queue.
Wheelchair Transfer: No transfer allowed, guests in wheelchairs or ECVs will need to use view the theater presentation.
Service Animals: No
Audio: There are audio elements to the presentation inside the submarines though the high tech visuals can still be enjoyed.
Weight and Size Issues: Space inside the submarines is tight and pretty much everybody has to duck, but even the extremely tall should be able to squeeze in. It may not be comfortable but large-sized guests should fit as well, for added spaced try to be first, tenth, eleventh, or twentieth in line to get a seat at a row end and only have another ride on one side.