Golden Dream returns to EPCOT's American Adventure pavilion after refurbishment

Sep 01, 2023 in "The American Adventure (Pavilion)"

Golden Dream boat at The American Adventure pavilion
Posted: Friday September 1, 2023 7:08am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The Golden Dream ship is back on display at EPCOT's American Adventure pavilion.

The ship has been backstage for several months for refurbishment and was returned to the World Showcase lagoon a couple of weeks ago.

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Disstevefan1Sep 03, 2023

Totally understood. I was just trying give some credit, but I agree with you.

JoeCamelSep 03, 2023

Gotta pay for Hulu and prop up D+ before you will see a billion dollar spend at Epcot and that's what you are asking for

WondersOfLifeSep 02, 2023

Ah yes. The bare minimum. Good job Disney. :) You get a trophy. Now bulldoze Moana and focus on SSE, WoL, and Imagination. (This is not an attack at you personally. I'm just still mad at Disney till they do something big and good again.)

EPCOTCenterLoverSep 01, 2023

Glad it's back! Now if they'd just bring back the Omnibuses to World Showcase lagoon. But then, they'd have to remove some food booth stands to make space.

AylaSep 01, 2023

Just for looks.

Eric GrahamSep 01, 2023

Beautiful ship! Thank you so much for posting!

prberkSep 01, 2023

Can you go onto it, or just see it from the dock?

Disstevefan1Sep 01, 2023

I love to see this! This is the attention to detail I admire. Disney could have simply deleted this but they didn't. When Disney does something I dislike I am quick to complain, but I will also call out when they do something good. Well done Disney!

JimdoerlerSep 01, 2023

Not a stupid question at all! The “ship” is made of aluminum, plastic, and styrofoam, built on a custom made floating dock. It’s not “real” but a very detailed replica of an historical sloop.

𝕴𝖒𝖆𝖌𝖎𝖓𝖊𝖊𝖗97Sep 01, 2023

Perhaps this is a stupid question, but is it actually floating? Or is it just placed on a pad under the water?