SeaWorld Update: Dolphin Cove Reopens, Work on New Headquarters Begins (PART 1)

Welcome to our latest SeaWorld Orlando photo-report! This week we will take a look around the park to check out what's new, with the exception of the Sesame Street Land that is currently taking shape near the Shamu Stadium (we posted an extensive update regarding that area of the park not too long ago). Let's begin our virtual tour of the park.

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SeaWorld Orlando is such a beautiful park.

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Manta:

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Let's move on to Key West:

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Dolphin Cove officially reopened to Guests a few weeks ago:

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The majority of changes are not visible to Guests:

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The Dolphin Underwater Viewing area has also reopened (without any changes):

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Moving on:

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The extended queue for TurtleTrek has been reverted to a seating area:

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Interestingly, Guests can enter the TurtleTrek attraction from this side, but doing so they end up bypassing the warning sign located by the main entrance (most Guests may not even read these signs, but bypassing them could become a liability for the park in case someone doesn't feel well while experiencing the attraction):

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This is the warning sign we mentioned earlier:

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The TurtleTrek building still needs to be repainted:

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1 comment:

  1. Just an FYI There was major changes to dolphin underwater viewing. They took out all of the rock work it is now a bare tank.

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