What’s this, What’s this! Is it a new boat dedicated to the new Skyliner? We have recently spotted a new Disney Skyliner rescue boat at Walt Disney World.
We all know how much Disney prides itself on the safety of its guests while they are visiting the most magical place on earth. It should be no surprise that Disney has its guests in mind for when they are on the new Skyliners.
Even though it is not the most ideal thought for anyone while they are on vacation, we should all be prepared for the unexpected. Which is why Disney has revealed the new Disney Skyliner Rescue Boat. This boat is located on Hourglass lake near the Art of Animation and Pop Century Resort Station.
In case of an emergency, guests can evacuate from the Skyliner onto a three-story pontoon. This giant blue boat is outfitted with plenty of ring buoys and foam barriers to protect the boat.
Guests will unload onto the top platform and proceed to the bottom to continue onto their journey back to the dock where they will unload to “safety”.
With the amount of testing the Skyliner is undergoing, we don’t predict Disney will need to use these often. However, we still rest easy knowing how guests will be evacuated from the hanging gondolas in case of an emergency!
What do you think of the new Disney Skyliner Rescue Boat? Do you feel more at ease knowing that Disney has a plan in place for guests if the Skyliner were to stop?
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