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Sea World to launch major rides at all of its three parks in 2023
POSTED 27 Oct 2022 . BY Tom Walker
Pipeline: The Surf Coaster, at SeaWorld Orlando, will be the world’s first surf coaster Credit: Sea World
SeaWorld will open new major rides at each of its three parks in early 2023
At Sea World Orlando, the operator will introduce the world's first surf coaster called Pipeline
At Sea World San Diego, the group will add a family-friendly coaster called "Arctic Rescue"
At Sea World San Antonio, guest will be able to experience what Sea World is describing as the world's steepest flume drop
Sea World will open new major rides at each of its three parks in early 2023.

At Sea World Orlando, the operator will introduce the world's first surf coaster, called Pipeline.

"Pipeline: The Surf Coaster" will give riders an immersive experience, with rising and falling seats that mimic the sensation of riding on a wave.

Riders will encounter the rush of "hanging loose" on a massive wave, while in a standing position, as the coaster sends them through several twists and turns with five airtime movements and an innovative 'wave curl' inversion and maximum speed of 60mph.

At Sea World San Diego, the group will add a family-friendly coaster called "Arctic Rescue".

The ride will launch guests at up to 40mph as they race through the unpredictable arctic climate to help animals in danger.

The coaster will feature a unique indoor launch station where riders will start their journey inside the Wild Arctic exhibit and launch outside straddling a unique snowmobile-style vehicle.

At Sea World San Antonio, guests will be able to experience what Sea World is describing as the world's steepest flume drop – and North America's only vertical lift flume coaster.

Called "Catapult Falls", the new ride allows riders to feel the rush of a coaster while experiencing the rocking and swaying of riding on a track of water.

Once at the peak of the ride, guests will experience a 53-degree drop, with the chute plummeting riders into a watery splashdown at more than 37mph.

Marc Swanson, CEO of Sea World Parks & Entertainment, said: "2023 promises to be another exciting year for our Sea World parks as we introduce more new rides and experiences that cannot be found elsewhere.

"We strive to continually bring new thrills to our parks while also providing unique and engaging experiences with marine life that guests may not otherwise ever have a chance to have, all while knowing they are supporting an organization that has helped more than 40,000 animals in need over the last 55 years."
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Sea World to launch major rides at all of its three parks in 2023
POSTED 27 Oct 2022 . BY Tom Walker
Pipeline: The Surf Coaster, at SeaWorld Orlando, will be the world’s first surf coaster Credit: Sea World
SeaWorld will open new major rides at each of its three parks in early 2023
At Sea World Orlando, the operator will introduce the world's first surf coaster called Pipeline
At Sea World San Diego, the group will add a family-friendly coaster called "Arctic Rescue"
At Sea World San Antonio, guest will be able to experience what Sea World is describing as the world's steepest flume drop
Sea World will open new major rides at each of its three parks in early 2023.

At Sea World Orlando, the operator will introduce the world's first surf coaster, called Pipeline.

"Pipeline: The Surf Coaster" will give riders an immersive experience, with rising and falling seats that mimic the sensation of riding on a wave.

Riders will encounter the rush of "hanging loose" on a massive wave, while in a standing position, as the coaster sends them through several twists and turns with five airtime movements and an innovative 'wave curl' inversion and maximum speed of 60mph.

At Sea World San Diego, the group will add a family-friendly coaster called "Arctic Rescue".

The ride will launch guests at up to 40mph as they race through the unpredictable arctic climate to help animals in danger.

The coaster will feature a unique indoor launch station where riders will start their journey inside the Wild Arctic exhibit and launch outside straddling a unique snowmobile-style vehicle.

At Sea World San Antonio, guests will be able to experience what Sea World is describing as the world's steepest flume drop – and North America's only vertical lift flume coaster.

Called "Catapult Falls", the new ride allows riders to feel the rush of a coaster while experiencing the rocking and swaying of riding on a track of water.

Once at the peak of the ride, guests will experience a 53-degree drop, with the chute plummeting riders into a watery splashdown at more than 37mph.

Marc Swanson, CEO of Sea World Parks & Entertainment, said: "2023 promises to be another exciting year for our Sea World parks as we introduce more new rides and experiences that cannot be found elsewhere.

"We strive to continually bring new thrills to our parks while also providing unique and engaging experiences with marine life that guests may not otherwise ever have a chance to have, all while knowing they are supporting an organization that has helped more than 40,000 animals in need over the last 55 years."
RELATED STORIES
SeaWorld Abu Dhabi will be home to the world's largest multi-species aquarium


Construction work is set to be completed later this year (2022) on the world's largest multi-species aquarium at SeaWorld Abu Dhabi.
Abu Dhabi SeaWorld to be ready by 2022, say developers


SeaWorld will be the next attraction to open on Abu Dhabi's Yas Island, according to the company that manages and develops the territory's growing collection of tourist venues.
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Second Chaos Karts launches in Dubai
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Vietnam Van Gogh exhibition uses VIOSO-powered immersive installations
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Use of cinematography techniques significantly increases engagement with VR
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Disneyland Paris renames theme park as part of $2 billion transformation
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European Health Prevention Day

Large Hall of the Chamber of Commerce (Erbprinzenpalais), Wiesbaden, Germany
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