On Sunday Disneyland’s Pirates of the Caribbean said goodbye to the original version of the ‘redhead’ as it closed to update the scene. This follows the update that has already come to Walt Disney World’s Pirates of the Caribbean. Disneyland Paris also revised their version of the attraction as well. Once it is updated, she will be a part of the revised auction scene as a pirate.
Pirates of the Caribbean originally opened in 1967 and was the final attraction Walt Disney oversaw construction of. Changes came to the attraction in the 1990’s. The pirates chasing women were reworked to focus on food instead. In 2006, the attraction was again revised to add in the story from the movie that was inspired by the attraction. This change added Captain Jack Sparrow, Captain Barbossa, and Davy Jones to the attraction. Now the attraction is being reworked again. The auction scene will no longer be selling ‘wenches’ and will instead be selling loot that the redhead will be overseeing.
At this time it is unknown when exactly the attraction will re-open.
What do you think of the changes coming to Disneyland’s Pirates of the Caribbean?
Here is a look at the changes that came to Walt Disney World: