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UPDATE: Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Resumes Boat Transportation to the Magic Kingdom

With the Monorail station now closed, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has opened up boat service direct to Magic Kingdom.

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This morning, boat service was not available and guests had the options to take a bus or walk to the Transportation and Ticket Center.

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Guests can line up on social distancing markers to the side of the dock.

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A sign before boarding reminds guests of proper health and safety protocols.

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Hand sanitizer was available and benches were still open.

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The launch operates from a half hour before Magic Kingdom opens to 45 minutes after the park closes.

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Social distancing on the boats will operate similar to Friendship Boats and other resort launches.

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Keep checking WDWNT for updates regarding construction and service changes at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.

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RebeccaMcK
RebeccaMcK
4 months ago

Good. Slightly related: Any idea on when the monorail service to Epcot will resume operations?

K.C. Cooper
K.C. Cooper
4 months ago
Reply to  RebeccaMcK

WDWNT is not affiliated with The Walt Disney Company in any way whatsoever. If they knew, they’d blog about it!