Ahoy There Mummy Review

Reviewers: Mummy, Daddy, Rabbysnuggles and Joshua (19 months)

Dear Geoffrey

Thank you very much for my bath toy!

I love bath time Geoffrey.  Mummy and Daddy put bubbles in the bath and lots of toys.  I like playing with the mesuring jug best though

Now I have a Pirate Ship, a smaller Pirate boat, a Pirate called Jake and Tick Tock the Crocodile.  I like throwing Jake into the bubbles and making Daddy find him again.

Bucky Bath Toy in Bath

Bucky Bath Toy in Bath

Sometimes Tick Tock the Crocodile jumps out of the bubbles (with Daddy’s help) and he sprays water at me.

Lots of Love

Joshua xxxx

Hello all

Fisher Price’s Jake and the Neverland Pirates Splashin’ Bucky Bath Toy is our first Toyologist Toybox Toy for bath time and we were really pleased  when it arrived.  Joshua loves bath time, so anything cool like this to add to the fun is going to go down well.

We read up Jake and the Neverland Pirates as we hadn’t heard of them before.  As first time parents we are learning alot has moved on in the toy world since we were little!

This is another one of those toys where part of the appeal of the toy will come from watching the cartoon.  Joshua doesn’t really watch TV yet, but he still has shown lots of interest in this toy.

Fisher Price Splashin' Bucky Bath Toy

Fisher Price Splashin’ Bucky Bath Toy

All the toy is plastic and it consists of the main Pirate Ship, a small shore boat, Jake and Tick Tock the Crocodile.  The Pirate Ship is intended to be stuck to the side of the bath with suction pads rather than floated in the bath, and Jake can stand in the Crows next and slide down the red slide.  Tick Tock will suck up and squirt out water as well.

Joshua has taken quite a bit of interest in this toy, especially Jake and his little boat.  We think he will like it even more when he watches the cartoon, and when he is a bit older as this toy is aimed at 3 year olds plus.

There doesn’t seem to be a great range of bath toys and we think this is definitely one of the best we have seen yet.  The price seems about right for what it is, in comparison to other plastic moulded toys.

We can’t really think of any negatives to this toy, but perhaps it would be good if the Pirate ship floated when it wasn’t stuck to the side of the bath.


Pros: Robust, realistic

Cons: Ship won’t float

Describe yourself: First time parent, Working parent, Toyologist

Recommend to a friend: yes

Recommended age range:  3 years plus

Batteries: Not required

Un-prompted interest from Joshua: Very good.

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