If you’re a Disney Parks fan, you probably know that each ride and attraction on Disney property has its own webpage. On these pages, Guests can find official route descriptions, size requirements, photo galleries, and more. As of last night, however, most of the information on the Pirates of the Caribbean Ride page at Walt Disney World Resort has disappeared.
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The page [below] – which is still currently for the most part unavailable except for basic information such as the name of the ride and its location in the Magic Kingdom park – usually features multiple images of Pirates of the Caribbean, is completely devoid of images, and no longer has a description of the merry-go-round.
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The search page [below] where visitors can view all of the rides at Disney World, a featured image for Pirates of the Caribbean is also currently missing, and website visitors cannot click on the ride from this page.
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While Disney has not confirmed any updates to the POTC webpage, this is probably what is happening. Disney World officials may update the photo gallery, description and other details about the ride.
It’s important to note that Pirates of the Caribbean is currently not scheduled to undergo any renovations in the park in the near future, but its official Disney World webpage appears to be in the process of being refreshed!
Learn more about Pirates of the Caribbean
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The official description that previously appeared on the POTC page was as follows:
Climb aboard a weathered barge for a treacherous journey to the 17th century, when rowdy thugs and ruthless scoundrels plundered Caribbean port towns. Sing along as the pirates sing their hymn to you “Yo Ho, Yo Ho (A Pirate’s Life For Me). “
Walk past Haunted Dead Man’s Cove. Navigate cannon fire between a Caribbean fort and an impressive 12-cannon galleon. See loud buccaneers drunk with plunder as flames engulf a seaside town.
Be sure to keep an eye out for Captain Jack Sparrow from the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. Beware, gentlemen: dead men don’t tell stories!
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