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Re: SeaWorld Orlando

Sat Nov 10, 2018 5:45 pm

SeaWorld really do know how to make stunning looking attractions. Can't wait to ride it!
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Re: SeaWorld Orlando

Sat Apr 20, 2019 11:16 pm

SeaWorld Orlando will be getting a new rollercoaster next year. Rumours point to a family thrill launch coaster with inversions, possibly manufactured by Premier Rides. (Although SeaWorld often work with Mack and Intamin as well.)

It will be located in the area between Shamu Stadium and Bayside Stadium, possibly going out over the lake a bit.

More information soon no doubt!
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Re: SeaWorld Orlando

Sat Jun 01, 2019 3:11 pm

https://youtu.be/U9cFITmz_H0

A teaser for the quadruple launch coaster coming next year!
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Re: SeaWorld Orlando

Sat Jul 13, 2019 7:04 pm

There have been a couple of notable animal births at the Orlando parks over the past few months.

In May, Stella (a Bottlenose Dolphin) gave birth to a female calf at Discovery Cove. The calf has been named Lola!

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Also, on July 3rd Kaboodle (a Pacific Walrus) gave birth to a female calf at SeaWorld Orlando's Wild Arctic. The calf is the second successful Walrus birth in the park's history after Ginger was born in 2017.

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Re: SeaWorld Orlando

Thu Sep 12, 2019 2:37 pm

SeaWorld new coaster has been announced!

Ice Breaker will be coming to the park in 2020. Featuring 4 launches, a 93ft 100 degree beyond vertical spike, a 80ft near vertical drop and a top speed of 52mph. Either side of the launch will be a camelback to provide airtime on each of the launch.

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Re: SeaWorld Orlando

Sat Sep 14, 2019 4:23 pm

This looks like another interesting addition for SeaWorld Orlando. My only slight concern would be with capacity given the design, but I'm not overly familiar with this coaster type so I could be wrong there.

The park released a teaser video showing the new ride which Midway Mayhem has uploaded to YouTube:



If the ride maintains the standard SeaWorld have established with the likes of Mako and Infinity Falls, then I've no doubt it will be very well done. Looks like another ride to add to my ever growing list of things to do when I eventually get back to Florida!
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