Welcome to our second installment of Volcano Bay progress! This time around we have lots of new pictures and even a new angle!
Starting off with the main feature of Volcano Bay, the volcano, we see it continues to grow:
We think the volcano still had a long way to go more similar pieces likely for it sitting nearby. It will definitely be an icon you can see from I-4:
Right up against the volcano we see the makings of a wave pool:
The slides we featured in our last update have grown quite a bit:
We can even see the end of the slides and the area where the pool they will splash into has been nearly completed:
From our new angle, underneath those slides we find the start of what is possibly a lazy river of some sort. Notice the trough:
A little closer to our new angle we find lots of support footers for something yet to be seen:
On a support building nearby we notice even more supports for this project or something else on the roof:
Another odd-shaped set of footers; is this large rectangle and nearby another smaller yet perpendicular rectangle:
Not sure what this building near the center of the picture could be:
Here’s a closer look:
But off in the distance we see even more support footers and some slide pieces waiting to find their place:
A cool new sign can be seen from an on-ramp near Cabana Bay Beach Resort showing off a cool nighttime concept from Volcano Bay:
We close out our update with a look next door at the Sapphire Falls pool area where we see a slide in place and what looks to be a pool pretty much done except for the final surfacing work:
Be sure to check out our 1st update on Volcano Bay!
Please note all our pictures are taken from guest accessible areas, never cross into active construction or restricted zones!
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