Disney Cruise Line Bans Guests From Hiding Rubber Ducks

Shannen Ace

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Disney Cruise Line Bans Guests From Hiding Rubber Ducks

The practice of hiding rubber ducks on cruise ships is no longer allowed on Disney Cruise Line, according to a recent planDisney post.

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A guest asked planDisney, “Are we allowed to hide ducks on the ships? Security on our recent Disney cruise were removing them and told us to stop but I can’t find this written anywhere.”

Panelist Adrianna answered the question, saying, “I’ve been hearing rumblings that guests are being discouraged from hiding ducks onboard Disney Cruise ships, so I called the friendly agents at Disney Cruise Line to ask if they had an official policy that I could share with you. I was advised that guests cannot hide things, such as rubber ducks in staterooms or public areas on the ship.”

Adrianna continued, “I know that this is a popular thing to do for many cruisers onboard, but it sounds like it’s being discouraged and as you said, Crew Members are removing any ducks they spot around the ship.”

The post did not indicate that guests who hid ducks would face any punitive action. For now, it seems, Cast Members are simply removing the ducks.

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Hiding and re-hiding rubber ducks isn’t just a game Disney Cruise Line guests engage in. It’s popular on other cruise lines as well. It’s not clear why Disney Cruise Line is now discouraging guests from hiding rubber ducks but it’s possible some ducks were hidden in dangerous spots or they disrupted Cast Members in some way.

How do you feel about Disney Cruise Line banning rubber duck hiding? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Shannen Ace

    Shannen has been a Disney Parks fan and lover of dogs since childhood, despite Pluto's attempt to eat Shannen's Minnie Mouse doll the first time they met. They've made up now. You can email Shannen at shannen@wdwnt.com.

2 thoughts on “Disney Cruise Line Bans Guests From Hiding Rubber Ducks”

  1. I hope this is not true. Shame on them for taking away something kids love if it is. They will probably start selling them in the gift shop and say they have to be Disney ducks for $10.00 each 🙄

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