Disney is constantly making changes to how it socially distances guests throughout the parks.
And plexiglass is a whole SAGA. Moral of the story: Disney seems to be moving towards seating every row on rides. The slower rides tend to get a plexiglass shield between those rows — think Frozen Ever After or Living with the Land. The speedier rides don’t. And in Disney’s Animal Kingdom today, we noticed another attraction was getting that plexiglass makeover.
But previously, there was no plexiglass on the boats themselves. Instead, each party got their own boat to go on their adventure through the bioluminescent rainforest. But the private tour is ending, people, because now, the plexiglass has arrived!
The plexiglass allows the ride to seat every row. For now, only one of the boats had this mini makeover — all the others boats had no shields and were seating one group apiece. Maybe this a test run?
It looks like plexiglass barriers have been added to one boat as a test so they can seat every row on Na'vi River Journey! pic.twitter.com/uKMya56DwY
— AJ Wolfe (@DisneyFoodBlog) March 11, 2021
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