One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish Accessibility

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish Accessibility


Hello and welcome to Is It Accessible. Today we are checking out One Fish, Two Fish,
Red Fish, Blue Fish at Islands of Adventure in Orlando, FL. The queue line is paved and flat on this ride. If you are traveling in a wheelchair, they
do have a modified ride car to assist with transferring upon request. Otherwise, you will need to take a step up
into the ride car. The seats are bench seats with a seat belt. If you are traveling with a service animal,
there is adequate floor space and side barriers. Before you get on the ride, make sure to check
and see if you are in a single or a double fish. If you don’t like getting wet, try and get
a double fish and sit on the smaller, innermost seat. Otherwise, you just need to know for the ride
directions. You need to be able to independently maintain
an upright position and support your torso, neck and head during the ride. You will need to be able to brace you body
with either one upper extremity and a leg (either natural or prosthetic) which extends
to the edge of the seat or two legs, natural or prosthetic, which extend to the edge of
the seat. Once the ride starts, you ride car will go
up in the air, move in a circle and a song will start. This will give you directions to avoid getting
wet by telling you whether to move your car up or down based on whether its a single or
double fish. The last line says you never know when you’ll
get wet, but I went up as high as I could and was able to avoid the splash. It is a water ride, so technically getting
wet is part of the game here. The control for the car is a joystick at the
front of the car. That’s it for One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish,
Blue Fish at Islands of Adventure in Orlando, FL. As usual, the link to the ride’s info page
is in the description below. Thanks for watching.

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