"Installation of the display system that will show an undersea environment in Sea World San Diego's Manta coaster."
Adz wrote:Mostly due to height restrictions, this new Manta is at the parks maximum allowed height limit.
Big Dave wrote:You mean the Mack Megacoaster train? I assume its missing a front plate of some sort. Will probably be added at a later date.
Sam wrote:Adz wrote:Mostly due to height restrictions, this new Manta is at the parks maximum allowed height limit.
How is that true when the park's Journey to Atlantis is 95" while Manta is only 30"? I doubt the height restrictions have changed that much in 8 years...
SeaWorld wrote:SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment - (4/26/12) SeaWorld Parks & Enterainment has announced that over the next year the company will eliminate the use of plastic shopping bags at all 10 of their parks. Guests making purchases will be offered paper bags made from 100% recycled paper, or given the option of purchasing a reusable bag. SeaWorld Parks estimates that this will keep 4 million plastic bags from entering landfills each year.
Guests to SeaWorld San Diego have already experienced this since mid-2011 as the park already made the switch with the opening of their Turtle Reef attraction. SeaWorld Orlando will make the switch this month to go hand-in-hand with the opening of their new Turtle Trek attraction on April 27th.