Any reasonably astute fan of the film will easily tell you how the ship floating in the lagoon of Disneyland Paris' Verne-inspired Discoveryland does not match the one on celluloid. Rooms are out of place and staircases are completely missing. But goodness if it isn't the Nautilus. There she is, her famous profile emerging from the bubbling water. Descending a staircase in the neighbouring lighthouse, one walks through wooden tunnels with anticipation until they reach a hole cut in the side of the ship. Then the wonders of Nemo's craft, slightly different but nonetheless meticulous, reveal themselves, culminating in a squid attacked viewed through the portals of the grand salon.
The Nautilus sits in Discoveryland's lagoon,
the lighthouse guarding the entrance into
Captain Nemo's secrets.
The treasure room/ballast tanks.
The map room.
Diving suits in the dark.
The grand pipe organ.