SeaWorld say there is a high surf advisory on the horizon in 2023 as a new Rollercoaster comes to their Orlando theme park.
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.
This new coaster was originally scheduled to open in 2021 but the pandemic added an unforeseen delay to the project.
Get ready for uncharted chills on the all-new Ice Breaker coaster at SeaWorld Orlando!
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.
Experience SeaWorld as the park is transformed into a winter wonderland with more than 3 million sparkling lights. Enjoy holiday entertainment, from the ALL-New Sounds of the Season to the fan-favourite Sesame Street Christmas Parade; grab a picture with Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer; or head to Wild Arctic and visit Santa himself.
Take a stroll through a wintery, watery wonderland immersed in a sea of twinkling holiday trees that sparkle to music as they light up the water. Dazzling images come to life on over 100 trees, including a giant glistening centrepiece that towers 70 feet above the water. Walk along the water’s edge for some holiday shopping at the Shoppes at Waterfront as a magical flurry of snow falls over SeaWorld Orlando while holiday sounds and smells fill the air. SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration is a holiday festival to delight all of the senses! Continue reading →
SeaWorld’s first separate-ticketed, nighttime Halloween event, Howl-O-Scream, premieres this fall joining the daytime Halloween Spooktacular to offer spooky fun by day and terrifying frights by night
A visit to SeaWorld Orlando will turn frightful on select evenings this fall when the park unleashes the ALL-NEW Howl-O-Scream. Guests will evade roaming haunts rampaging through scare zones and seek shelter indoors, only to find they have entered a house of horrors. Adventuresome guests can deepen the thrills with terrifying coaster rides in the dark, quench their thirst for fear at a fiendishly interactive bar and feel the monstrous electricity of a live show.
For the first time since reopening, Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld theme parks all hit their maximum capacity for both days of the weekend.
Florida Theme Parks
The theme parks are all currently running at a reduced maximum capacity of 30% from that of pre-covid maximum capacity. Since reopening they have seen relatively low guest numbers and have not reached the 30% level until this weekend. Continue reading →
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