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SeaWorld Update: Infinity Falls Construction Continues (Part 2)


Welcome to the second part of our latest SeaWorld Orlando photo-report. As always, we encourage you to check out PART 1 of this update to enjoy more photos.
In the previous section, we checked out the work being done around the reimagined Dolphin Nursery as well as the new waterfront bar and other miscellaneous additions and changes. We'll now focus on the future Infinity Falls ride and Kraken: Unleashed. There are plenty of new additions that SeaWorld Guests can look forward to enjoy.


The new Infinity Falls water ride will finally bring this area of the park to life:

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Work extends to the other side of the pathway:

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The POP show will be performed through September 4:

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The theater was recently repainted:

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A temporary tent was also recently installed nearby:

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We are not sure, but it looks like Guest might be able to enjoy special activities outside the theater:

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We never noticed these lights near the Shark Wreck Reef area:

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They could be used to illuminate the sign of the land:

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Last but not least, Kraken: Unleashed is almost ready to rise:

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Notice how the serpent-like creature is slowly morphing into an octopus-like creature:

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Enjoy a few more photos taken above the walls:

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Our journey has come to an end, but we will be back very soon...

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Comments

  1. Great additions to the park. Cannot wait till they open.

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  2. THOSE WATERLIGHTS HAVE BEEN THERE FROM THE BEGINNING. THEY SIMULATE UNDERWATER. SAME AS IN THE SHARK ENCOUNTER ATTRACTION.

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