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PHOTOS, VIDEO: Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage Finally Resurfaces at Disneyland

Join our underseas adventure as well take a ride on the newly refurbished Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage at Disneyland. This attraction hasn’t opened since the pandemic closure of 2020, so we were very excited to dive below the waves again after so long. What sea creatures and sunken treasures will await us at the bottom of the ocean? Let’s dive in and find out!

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We made our way through the tropical foliage and into the queue.

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The queue area remains largely unchanged from before the refurbishment.

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But the paint does look shiny and new on both the queue area and the submarines themselves.

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The tight quarters of the attraction wouldn’t have allowed for social distancing during the height of the health restrictions. Thankfully, the guidelines relaxed before the attraction reopened.

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The lagoon has also received a fresh coat of paint, before it was refilled.

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While there were no noticeable changes to the ride, but all of the effects were working and looking sharp as ever.

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Take a ride with us on our YouTube channel, or by clicking the video below:

One change that did come to the lagoon can be found not below the waves, but above. Hank the Septopus can be found perched on a rock above the lagoon, the newest resident of the attraction.

Let us know what you think of Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage returning! Tell us about your dive in the comments below!

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  1. I wish we hadn’t skipped this ride back in 2018, to rush over to see Fantasmic – had no idea the park would close later and then be unavailable for so long after the park reopened. Looking forward to doing it one more time this fall.

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