Sea World Monorail System

Current transport ride at Sea World.
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The monorail passes over the new area. Plenty of shade and deckchairs exist for parents to sit and enjoy some quiet time while they keen an eye on their children.
The monorail was only able to fit through the plaza if they removed its skins. That vinyl wrap takes up valuable millimeters!
More car park. And a particularly boring skinless monorail. Can't they advertise a show that was discontinued several years ago or something to brighten things up?
Nonetheless it was happily circling the theme park all day.
The monorail is apparently closed.
The grassy knoll at the front of Sea World is now devoid of its shady casuarina trees.
Track, trains and other components from the Expo 88 monorail were sold to Sea World who operated a smaller but technically identical system.
I tried to sea it today, but apparently the SpongeBob ParadePants show still doesn't exist.
Despite the show schedule not saying that it doesn't actually exist, the Monorail still boldly advertises SpongeBob ParadePants.
Despite the SpongeBob parade being long gone, the Monorail is still proudly and boldly advertising it.
Work is taking place on the panels that protect fingers, limbs and other appendages from the monorail trains in lower sections of track.
Some ongoing work is taking place on the Monorail.
The Nickelodeon theme certainly brightens up the ubiquitous Monorail.
The other side of the train is Dora the Explorer themed, rather than Spongebob.
The monorail is now wrapped up to promote the Nickelodeon attractions at the park.

View of Corkscrew and passing Monorail with Bermuda erupting in foreground from Sea World Eye.

Photo taken on  January 27 2008 - The last day of operation of the Sea World Eye

A Monorail train snakes its way through Corkscrew, taken from Sea World Eye 

Photo taken on  January 27 2008 - The last day of operation of the Sea World Eye

Photo taken on January 27 2008 - The last day of operation of the Sea World Eye

The Monorail as seen from Imagine.