There were (3) sidewheeler cruiseships built for guest transportation on Walt Disney World's two large lakes, named Bay Lake, and The Seven Seas Lagoon. These lakes are not located in the theme parks.
The first two ships were steam powered, and the third ship had a modern diesel-electric drive powerplant.
(2)- Osceola-class steamships - Built for the opening of Walt Disney World on Oct. 1, 1971
- "Ports-O-Call" - Built in 1969, In service until 1982, and later scrapped in 1984, along with the "Admiral Joe Fowler" Riverboat in Frontierland.
- "Southern Seas" - Built in 1969, The first one to bear the name. In service until 1975. Scrapped
by mid 1977.
(1)- Seminole-class cruiseship - Built to replace the first "Southern Seas".
- "Southern Seas" - Built in 1977, the second one to bear the name.
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