Mako Construction Update #19 ~ SeaWorld Orlando

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The world of Mako continues to evolve all over Shark Wreck Reef and that starts with an exclusive look behind the scenes a friend of ours was nice enough to share.

This week a friend of ours was gracious enough to share some pictures from a hard tour of the queue station and more:

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While standing near the entrance, a shark flew overhead:

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Next up a neat water reflection shot of some of Mako’s airtime hills:

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Here’s a look at where the train will depart the station and head for the lift:

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Speaking of the station here’s our first look inside.

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In the ceiling we’re told that fish will swim above the train:

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Venturing back into the current guest area we see lots of development on the themeing front. Starting off by the Shark Encounter area, we see an archway of themeing has come into play:

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Meanwhile in front of Sharks Underwater Grill, what is now a structure is coming into form. We are still not quite sure what this building or structure will be:

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Here’s a look at the area from the previously mentioned tour:

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New elements of the Shark theme are popping up everywhere and now in front of the Panini Bistro:

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Another noticeable change this week is the apparent completion of the rock molding under the ship wreck:

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Taking a look at the queue from the SkyTower we see just a continuation of work progressing from a different angle than above:

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On the main lagoon area we can see the water buffers are beginning to be removed and the appearance a a permanent shoreline possibly coming into place:

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Join us next week as we will have a surprise in store that we hope everyone will enjoy and not many sites can provide on Mako! I can’t say too much yet though sorry.

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