Take a dive under the sea on an exciting nautical adventure at Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage in Disneyland park!

The opening of Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage on June 11, 2007, marked the return of an underwater attraction to the 6.3-million-gallon Tomorrowland lagoon.

From 1959 to 1998, this location was home to the Submarine Voyage, which is considered one of the first “E” Ticket attractions at Disneyland park.

The reimagined submarine experience was inspired by the 2003 hit Disney•Pixar film, “Finding Nemo.” Beloved characters Nemo, Marlin, Dory and Crush are just some of the fish friends that join guests as they swim past their submarine port windows.

You can’t miss the sparkling blue lagoon across from the majestic Matterhorn Bobsleds and you’ll definitely hear the squawking of “Mine! Mine! Mine!” from three familiar seagulls perched upon a red buoy.

After you jump in line underneath the Disneyland Monorail station, you’ll board a 40-passenger research submarine operated by the Nautical Exploration and Marine Observation Institute — N.E.M.O. — on a mission to explore an extraordinary deepwater volcano.

The fleet of eight bright yellow submarines each have their own unique names: Explorer, Scout, Voyager, Mariner, Seafarer, Nautilus, Neptune and Argonaut.

During your research quest, you’ll stumble upon Marlin, Mr. Ray and Dory on a journey through 17 subaquatic scenes featuring colorful coral reefs, surfing sea turtles, ancient ruins and a fiery volcano, all to save the little clownfish Nemo in this heartwarming family adventure.

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