You can charter a private cruise to watch fireworks at Disney World with food & drink for £30pp

A DISNEY fan has revealed how you can charter a private boat to watch the Magic Kingdom fireworks at Disney World.

You and your mates can avoid the big crowds and watch the lights in your own private space for £30pp.

Tiktok user Brian, who uses the handle @briantreks, has shared a video detailing how to charter a private Disney fireworks cruise.

He said: "Did you know you could charter a private fireworks cruise to watch the Magic Kingdom fireworks?

"You and nine of your closest family and friends can enjoy a relaxing cruise around Seven Seas Lagoon and Bay Lake.

"The experience starts an hour and a half before the fireworks, and is about two hours.

"At about $40 per person, I highly recommend."

The cruises start from $399 (£301) and can fit up to 10 people – costing around £30pp.

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Each cruise is accompanied by a captain and includes snacks and soft drinks.

Festive banners and balloons are also included in the cost and can be requested at the time of booking.

Brian's video has been watched nearly 4,000 times, with and viewers are thrilled with the tip.

One wrote: "$399 isn't bad if you split it. That's a great move."

Someone else agreed: "Omg that price is actually so good! With some friends that's like nothing."

Another commented: "Omg this was so worth it! Definitely want to do this again."

A fourth put: "I've done this and it was so special. One of the highlights of our trip."

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