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SeaWorld Orlando Confirm New One of a Kind Coaster coming in 2023

SeaWorld say there is a high surf advisory on the horizon in 2023 as a new Rollercoaster comes to their Orlando theme park.

SeaWorld High Surf 2023

The new rollercoaster is rumoured to be a new take on the old style Stand up Rollercoasters giving riders the feeling of riding the waves on a Surf Board. The coaster is from the same company, Bolliger & Mabillard, that built Kraken, Manta and Mako. This new coaster will consist of a launch system with an Airtime hill and at least one inversion corkscrew along with twists and turns to mimic riding the waves.

High Surf

This new coaster was originally scheduled to open in 2021 but the pandemic added an unforeseen delay to the project.

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Busch Gardens Tampa Bay Announce Opening Date of the Iron Gwazi Hybrid Coaster

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay will open Iron Gwazi, the world’s fastest and steepest hybrid coaster, on 11 March 2022.

Iron Gwazi

Being North America’s tallest hybrid coaster, this ride takes thrills to new heights, plunging riders from a 206-foot-tall peak down a 91-degree drop and reaching top speeds of 76 miles per hour. Iron Gwazi is Busch Gardens’ tenth coaster and an exhilarating addition to the park’s collection of thrill rides. Riders will experience a dozen airtime moments, including three inversions, while racing along more than 4,000 feet of steel track. With a 48” height requirement, this invigorating attraction is a ride the whole family can conquer together.

“The incredible anticipation for Iron Gwazi is shared by both our guests and Ambassadors, and we are beyond excited to open this amazing coaster,” said Neal Thurman, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay Park President. “Iron Gwazi diversifies our thrill ride portfolio and is an impressive addition to the Tampa skyline. Combining classic elements of a wooden coaster with a smooth, steel track will provide thrill seekers with an unforgettable experience.”

Iron Gwazi

Manufactured by Rocky Mountain Construction, the newest addition at Busch Gardens is a wood and steel hybrid coaster design, combining the innovation of a steel coaster and the nostalgia of a wooden coaster. While elements of Gwazi, the classic wooden coaster, are integrated into the new ride, all-new thrill components and a reimagined track layout take Iron Gwazi to another level.


SeaWorld Orlando announces opening date for Ice Breaker roller coaster

Get ready for uncharted chills on the all-new Ice Breaker coaster at SeaWorld Orlando!

Ice Breaker

Named after the icy Arctic summits, Ice Breaker will feature four airtime filled launches, both backwards and forwards, culminating in a reverse launch into the steepest beyond vertical drop in Florida – a 93 feet tall spike with 100-degree angle.

The thrills continue as riders fly over a near vertical top hat maneuver into a series of exciting twists, turns, and airtime hills.

The brand-new coaster will be located across from Wild Arctic and opens February 18, 2022.