Whatever you say, as others have said above other paths seem to be ok so I will remain understandably on the fence.
Is there anywhere that states the damage costs anyway? I would be interested in seeing that
I don't think there has been a damage cost reported, I guess it would depend on wether or not SW decided to pay for it themselves or go through insurance and risk putting premiums up (very simplified approach I know
One thing that people always forget is that adverse weather always affects SeaWorld and Busch Gardens more than it does Disney & Universal because of the huge differences in the on-site accommodation situations. SeaWorld draws from a more reigonal base who don't stay on resort and can afford to pick and choose when they visit, this is also the group that will have had their own property to deal with in the aftermath of the storms meaning that a visit to a theme park is firmly at the bottom of their to do list. Besides, Disney & Universal didn't have a devastating Texas hurricane to deal with as well as Irma.