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PHOTOS: Refurbishment Continues on Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage in Disneyland

Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage remains closed and drained at Disneyland Park with no exact reopening date.

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From the Monorail, we can get a good look at the lagoon.

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A tent and tarp are set up in the center for Cast Members working on the ride’s refurbishment.

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With the lagoon drained, the track and colorful coral are all visible.

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There is a scaffolding platform near this curve of track.

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On the ground, the attraction is surrounded by construction walls that still say it will reopen in “winter.”

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Here’s another view of that scaffolding platform, which has part of the rock formation peeking through it.

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A large white tarp covers some of the track leading to the parked submarines.

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It looks like there are cans of colorful paint sitting beneath the tent.

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The submarines are all currently covered in translucent tarps to keep them protected.

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  1. Does anyone else wish they’d just bring back the old Submarine Voyage ride? I never got the chance to experience that version, and it seems to be much more creative than the Finding Nemo one.

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