PHOTOS: Ocean Water Feature Reopens at Journey of Water Inspired by ‘Moana’

Brit Tuttle

People of various ages standing near a rocky fountain with water sprays, raising their hands joyfully. Trees and clear blue sky in the background.

PHOTOS: Ocean Water Feature Reopens at Journey of Water Inspired by ‘Moana’

The interactive water feature in the ocean section of Journey of Water Inspired by “Moana” at EPCOT has reopened to guests following a short closure.

Ocean Water Feature Reopens at Journey of Water

People walking on a concrete path surrounded by large rock formations and lush greenery on a sunny day.

We first noticed that the ocean water feature, in which guests stand in specific spots while raising their arms to “send the water back up to the sky,” was closed on May 16. The area was blocked off with temporary rolling planters, and a Cast Member was stationed there to direct guests around the area.

People of various ages standing near a rocky fountain with water sprays, raising their hands joyfully. Trees and clear blue sky in the background.

While it is still unclear why the feature was temporarily unavailable, it appears that the issue has been resolved. Guests can once again raise their arms to make the water feature shoot water upward.

People standing in front of a splashing water feature, surrounded by lush greenery and decorative lanterns, on a sunny day.

Are you glad to see this feature operating once again at Journey of Water Inspired by “Moana”? Let us know in the comments below, and check out our video tour of the attraction:

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