A welcome sight was found along the shores of Crescent Lake today, as scaffolding is coming down around the lighthouse at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, signaling the end of its refurbishment.
The scaffolding went up nearly a month ago around the structure. With the removal, we can see that the gray and white color scheme has been refreshed, looking incredibly crisp.
There are no other obvious changes aside from the repainting.
Back in March, the rest of the resort underwent a similar refurbishment, with an emphasis on repainting.
Some scaffolding remains around the base, with the green wall still up to keep guests out for now.
Some equipment remains on the site, though this will likely be removed soon.
The sign directing guests to Friendship Boats is visible just above the platform. With work on the resort’s landmark seemingly complete, the whole resort looks ship-shape.
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