Welcome to part 2 of our latest SeaWorld Orlando photo-report. Don't forget to check out PART 1 of this update for more photos of the park's new coaster.
Previously, we took a look around the courtyard of the Shark Wreck Reef, the themed land that will soon have Mako as its new centerpiece. In addition to that, we looked around the entrance of this new coaster and the building that will act as the exit point of the attraction. It's now finally time to enter the queue area.


An LED screen will be installed soon to display the coaster's wait time:

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Work still needs to be done around the queue:

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We expect to see some canopies above this area:

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We spotted a total of three trains on the track above us:

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The outdoor queue is quite long:

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When the train returns to the station, it will look like it crashed through the remains of a cargo ship:

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More photos of the queue:

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These unique views of the coaster can be enjoyed from the stairs leading to the loading area:

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The station can only accommodate one train at a time:

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We were told that a lot of themed elements will be found in this relatively small space:

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The station gates:

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The trains were lined up outside the loading area:

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The view from row 1:

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Multiple special effects will go off when the train is dispatched by the ride operators, including projections of a mako shark swimming above riders. It is surely going to be a very thrilling experience:

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These views of the maintenance bay will soon be hidden by walls:

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It's now time to walk around the coaster itself:

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The train will exit the station from this side of the building:

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We just have one month left until the attraction officially opens to Guests:

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