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  • On May 14, 2012
    Ana from CA Asked

    We are dining at Bongo's at 9pm our first night (5/29). What part of Downtown Disney does the POFQ boat drop you off. I look at a DTD map and didn't see the location. Also, what is the last boat back to POFQ? We were hoping to explore DDT after dinner.

    Hi Ana!  One of the real treats for guests staying at Port Orleans is the opportunity to head to Downtown Disney via one of the great "river" boats. There are other resorts who also have boat transportation so it is important you pay attention to the color of the flag flying from the boats.  The Port Orleans Sassagoula River Cruise boats will carry yellow flags and will drop you off at the Downtown Disney Marketplace docks. From there you can either walk to Bongo's or wait and catch the red flagged boats that will shuttle you to the other docks. The best dock for Bongo's would probably be the one in the West Side area which is located near the Cirque de Soleil building.

    The boats run daily starting at 10am and running approximately every 20 minutes until 4:30pm and then run about every ten minutes. The last boats will depart about 11pm but you will still have the opportunity to catch a bus back to your resort until about 2am.  That will give you plenty of time to dine and explore at your leisure.

    Just for your information the blue flagged boats service Saratoga Springs and the green flagged boats service Old Key West.
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