Welcome to the second part of our newest SeaWorld Orlando photo-report. As a reminder, be sure to check out PART 1 of this update before proceeding.
In the previous part, we walked around the entrance of the park and Key West, then we stopped by Journey to Atlantis, Antarctica, Pacific Point Preserve, and a small section of the new Shark Wreck Reef realm. Let's now continue our tour of SeaWorld Orlando by taking a quick look around the other half of the park.
We will continue by checking out the rest of the Shark Wreck Reef area:
The old shark-themed store has reopened. At this time, it is still unknown what its new name will be:
Caricatures and face painting will be available nearby:
The Panini Shore Cafe' has also been re-themed:
The new shark-themed mural painted by Guy Harvey looks great:
The theming around Mako is great:
The new Reef's Treasures shop opened a few days before the ride started to soft-open to Guests:
Mako soft-opened for the first time on June 2, 2016. It closed around 4 p.m.:
The park has started to advertise the new "Summer of Mako" event:
A temporary eatery has opened nearby:
Heading to the former Hospitality House:
The shark made out of objects found during a beach cleanup has been relocated inside this building:
Walking towards the Shamu Stadium:
Some of the restrooms are currently closed for refurbishment:
Wild Arctic closed earlier than the rest of the park:
Some work is being done nearby. It will include a new touch pool with live sharks:
The Ocean Commotion ride is currently closed for refurbishment inside Shamu's Happy Harbor:
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