While I wasn’t planning on visiting SeaWorld Orlando today, I swung by about 90 minutes prior to park closure to see if we could catch a glimpse of the new Premier Rides launch coaster testing. While Ice Breaker went through lots of different types of testing, it only navigated the full layout once during my trip. Luckily, I’ve got a couple of fun photos to share with you!
– In the past, many of our images have been posted, featured, and shared on forums, social media platforms and websites around the web. We work hard to provide the coverage that we do, and we encourage our audience to share our content and use our images, BUT ONLY IF proper credit is given to thecoasterkings.com. Thank you! –
The majority of the day, Ice Breaker had only shuttled back and forth but instead of launching over the top hat on the fourth launch, it would abruptly slow down and park on the transfer tracks again. The Jr. Scorpion Tail (back spike) and Double Up look great in person! You can click on each image and swipe to take a closer look!
Just as I was about to leave, with a gorgeous sunset as a backdrop, the train did launch a fourth time, making it over the Top Hat and around the ride’s layout. The pacing looks wonderful so far. There should be some fun pops of air! You can click on each image and swipe to take a closer look!
Since this update is not really news-focused and much more of a quick photo collection, we’ll throw in a few more shots for you! We’re excited to have Ice Breaker as one of three major coasters opening in Central Florida this year! You can click on each image and swipe to take a closer look!
If you would like a more detailed look at the ride’s infrastructure (queue, station, entrance, exit, etc.), use the button below to check out our previous Ice Breaker update!
Thank you so much for checking out this quick Ice Breaker photo update! We’ve got lots of fun new articles, construction/testing updates, and more! Be the first to see news by joining our Discord server and following us on Twitter!