The destruction from Hurricane Ian has been genuinely devastating all over Southwest Florida to the east coast. The hurricane’s path went via Central Florida creating tons of flooding and wind destruction. Like a lot of communities, Universal Orlando Resort was impacted by the hurricane winds and rain. All those using out the hurricane at the resort have been submitting updates and some of the photographs are surprising.
On the Universal Orlando Annual Passholder Fb team, passholder Katerina Townsend shared shots from Loews Portofino Bay Resort. The piazza is flooded and the walkways to Common CityWalk are underwater. You can see how significant the drinking water level is by seeking at the photo of the drinking water taxi nearly touching the bridge.
Photographs by Katerina Townsend
Over at Universal’s Islands of Adventure, the exhibit constructing at Jurassic Park River Experience has been broken. Sheet panels have been torn off exposing the aspect of the building.
Het showgebouw van Jurassic Park River Experience in Universal’s Islands of Journey is beschadigd geraakt doorway #HurricanIan (📸 @ThemeParkStop FB) pic.twitter.com/wmeXFYzipX
— Upper Good deal Podcast (@UpperLotPodcast) September 29, 2022
Last but not least, this picture has been producing the rounds on social media showing Universal’s Islands of Experience lagoon flooding above into The Outstanding Hulk Coaster’s trip route. The image seems to be real.
@Points of interest pic.twitter.com/UDJdCWhX3g
— Lissainflorida (@lissainbama) September 29, 2022
As of now, Common Orlando Vacation resort hasn’t current when they will resume operations at the concept parks and Universal CityWalk. They did launch a statement affirming they would remain closed nowadays as they observe techniques and perform thorough inspections throughout the complete destination.
Our feelings go out to all those people impacted by Hurricane Ian and we stand ready to enable our local community get better. 💙 pic.twitter.com/7SxOHsPMVC
— Common Orlando Vacation resort (@UniversalORL) September 29, 2022
Keep tuned for much more updates on the influence of Hurricane Ian and Universal Orlando Resort’s existing operating position.