Sean: It’s the launch month of the brand new Orca Encounter at SeaWorld Orlando, replacing One Ocean. The park is also constructing their brand new roller coaster, Ice Breaker, and Aquatica’s new water slide. This, and some more roller coaster can be found in today’s update!
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We’ll start our update with the brand new Orca Encounter! The show replaced One Ocean as SeaWorld moves away from theatrical shows. The stadium remains the same as One Ocean, which may raise questions as SeaWorld San Diego’s Orca Encounter came with a naturalistic overhaul of the stadium.
Orca Encounter is less exhausting, much more captivating, and very exciting. I look forward to seeing the show again and again, and I think SeaWorld Orlando got the Orca Encounter that works for them and their audience. Kudos!
Also new for 2020 is the park’s new Ice Breaker roller coaster. The 93 feet tall coaster has been partially constructed already and looks gorgeous!
For those who were confused on how exactly Ice Breaker was going to fit, imagine the ride jumping over the midway to another ride-plot behind the Bayside Stadium. The coaster’s twisty-layout continues and turns around there. The footers can be seen in the following image:
Aquatica and More
Aquatica is also opening up a new attraction this year! A large Pro-Slide racing water raft slide is opening near Ray Rush this year, parts of which are already in the parking lot (hard to see, but if you look closely at the center of the image you’ll notice the slide pieces):
Thank you so much for checking out this new SeaWorld Orlando Update! We launched a couple of new articles the past few days including a new Coaster Kings Radio podcast episode, check it out: