More exciting things to share on SeaWorld’s newest shark Mako this week so let’s dive in as the tide is starting to rise!
As the above hint indicates, from SkyTower we see that not only is the main lagoon area has continued to let water back in slowly, but also the Kraken/Mako lagoon area:
On the ground we can see the main lagoon flood up close and also that a wall we said was coming last week has been completed:
Back to the SkyTower views we notice the development of what could be pathway for the coaster’s queue or maybe more, at one time there was talk of an exhibit in the queue much like Manta, but without as much indoors. Either way this new addition to the site means we are only getting closer to opening day and right now for a lot of us that can’t come fast enough!
Also noticeable from the SkyTower is the station is now surrounded by scaffolding and themeing work appears to be taking place:
Another picture shows us that the entrance area is now painted a nice blue color and from the ground we get an even better look at it!
Another fish/shark like formation in the curbs near Shark’s Underwater Grill has now appeared:
To close out this brief and detailed update we bring you another look at the pathway that has opened and given us some new perspectives:
Check out all our previous updates to see where how the coaster has progressed! From dirt to open, WildGravity Travels has you covered and will always be there for SeaWorld! Here’s another look at a very dry Mako a few weeks ago before the water level rises in the coming weeks:
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