As you prepare to set sail for adventure and thrills with Captain Jack Sparrow, unfortunately, one Disney Park has closed the iconic Pirates of the Caribbean attraction until next year.
While we’re used to regularly riding along on Walt Disney World Resort’s version of Pirates of the Caribbean at Magic Kingdom Park, as well as Disneyland Park’s version, Tokyo Disney Resort Guests are going to have a long wait before they can sing “Yo Ho, Yo Ho, a Pirate’s life for me” once again.
Several attractions and experiences are currently undergoing closures at Tokyo Disney Resort, as the Disney Park has is experiencing a massive overhaul of the Tomorrowland portion of the Park.
Pirates of the Caribbean is one of the attractions that closed on Monday, September 5, 2022. According to Tokyo Disney Resort’s website, the iconic boat ride will not reopen until April 7, 2023.
Not only are Tokyo Disney Resort Guests going to be missing out on experiencing Pirates of the Caribbean, but other attractions, including Space Mountain are also closed at the moment.
If you’ve never been to the Tokyo Disney Resort’s version of Pirates of the Caribbean, check out the video and attraction description below:
“Cannonballs flying across your boat and splashing into the sea… The rough voices of pirates shouting … No matter how many times you’ve experienced it you still get the first-time thrills from this dynamic attraction ? Pirates of the Caribbean. Captain Jack Sparrow from Disney’s live action film, Pirates of the Caribbean, and other unique pirates make an appearance in this masterpiece that fires the imagination. You can’t talk about a world of adventure until you’ve experience this attraction.”
We will be sure to keep readers updated as we learn more about the future of Tokyo’s Pirates of the Caribbean ride and the Park’s huge Tomorrowland overhaul.