I’d be very shocked to see a large amount of that 10% being due to a 2 day closure.
In regards to the cuts I’ve got to admit whilst I did love seaworld it was shocking to see how little was actually open! I thought merlin was bad for food outlets but on my visit none of the food locations were open until around mid-day, and even then it was only a sprinkling.
What you say about food outlets is true, I've noticed it as well, although it is probably not as bad in the peak month of July when I usually visit. They used to have Seafire open for Breakfast, not sure if they still do that.
In terms of the 2 day closure (some parks were shut for more than 2 days), it's useful to think of it as 20+ park days cancelled throughout the quarter due to seperate hurricanes in Florida (5 parks) & Texas (2 parks) as well as adverse weather causing closures in Virginia (2 parks). As well as that lost revenue & attendance you also have repair costs, that's when you start seeing the full EBITDA effects.