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OT--Disney Cruise Question

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We were out with a younger couple over the weekend. They have small kids and were recently on a Disney cruise. We of course asked them all about it and they said they loved it. For their situation it was a perfect fit.

 

But they did bring up a funny thing; apparently Disney has to drain and refill the kiddie pools every hour. Our friends said the water was noticeably "cloudy" about 45 minutes into the cycle.

 

Susie and I snorted beer through our noses laughing so hard.

 

My question: Can anyone confirm this??? Do we have any Disney vets here who have seen this?

 

Does Royal do this and I just never noticed?

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I've been on three of the four Didney ships and never saw this. I wonder if there might be a problem with the filter system or whether they stopped chemically treating the water for some reason?

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I appreciate all the responses, I think DocLC has called it correctly; I'm guessing they had a filtration/pump issue.

 

As we were told, it was just a regular thing and handled well. Our friends were surprised that the time from complete drain to refill was only 15 minutes.

 

That being said, Susie and I are still snickering at the situation.

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