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Seaweed & More Added As Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage Refurbishment Nears Completion at Disneyland

Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage remains under construction at Disneyland Park. It was originally supposed to reopen late last year, then in “winter 2022,” but a reopening timeframe has been removed from construction walls altogether.

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From the Monorail, we can catch a glimpse of the drained attraction. Since our last update, green seaweed and other colorful underwater elements have been added to the ground.

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The submarines were uncovered earlier this year, but scaffolding remains up around them.

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Some of them were open.

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Some scaffolding also remains around the submarine track.

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As we rode past a backstage area, we saw some sea turtles that had been removed for touch-ups.

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Do you miss Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. The Subs are the best, most imaginative and creatively engineered attaction in Disneyland. The Monorail, Matterhorn and the Subs are, in my opinion, the most iconic attractions. Traveling into the Park on the Monorail and seeing the Submarine Lagoon all blue and sparkling … below the towering Matterhorn, is a site that is unforgettable.

  2. It’s nice to see them working on it. It’s such a lovely lagoon. Even if you don’t like the ride; the view is lovely. I hope they bring back the lagoon, even if they don’t bring back the ride.

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