Rail replacement at Disney’s Polynesian Resort is underway. Guests traveling by boat, leaving from the Polynesian, may notice some upgrades to the dock area. Gone are the flimsy rope fencing and lack of handrails with single pylons every few feet. Replaced with an upgraded fence with rope mesh with new handrails.
If you are heading to or from the Magic Kingdom via boat transportation leaving from Disney’s Polynesian Resort, across the Seven Seas Lagoon, you will notice the dock looks almost brand new. The old fencing, which kept guests safe, has been redone and upgraded. To a newer safer fence. The fishing rope-type fence is now linked together with safety rails leading to and from the dock. All the rope is being fully replaced.
The dock is in full operation while the Rail replacement work is being done. In fact. when we stopped by last week, work was almost complete. The rental boat section just needs some finishing touches. Check out the images below.
Turn your travel into a treat on our fleet of boats that are an attraction in itself.
Take in the scenery and relax with welcome breezes as you sail around Seven Seas Lagoon and Bay Lake. Feel the wind in your hair and the magic in the air as you cruise Crescent Lake and Lake Hollywood. Water taxis and ferries sail to and from Magic Kingdom park. Most routes run at 15- to 30-minute intervals.
Magic Kingdom Park
Accessible by water launch (also known as water taxi) from:
- Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
- Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
- Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows
- Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Rail replacement Vs Old Rails
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