A grouchy coaster, an immersive VR experience, a triple-launch coaster and rapids in a rainforest river are some of the adventures to debut at SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Sesame Place in 2018. [Read more…]
The Disney Cruise Line may be best known for sailing from the Port of Canaveral near Orlando, but in 2017 Mickey’s ships will be returning to New York, New York; Galveston, Texas; and San Diego, California. Disney Cruise Line has released information on 2017 sailings from New York, Texas, and California, including itineraries with visits to Canada, Cabo San Lucas, and even Walt Disney World. [Read more…]
Shamu will be getting a new, larger home. SeaWorld Entertainment is planning to build new environments for their killer whales and also fund new programs to protect ocean health and killer whales in the wild.
SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment has launched a celebration across its three SeaWorld parks to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the opening of the original SeaWorld in March 1964 on Mission Bay in San Diego. SeaWorld Orlando opened nine years later, on Dec. 15, 1973. [Read more…]
AnimalVision, SeaWorld’s new 24/7 interactive website, allows visitors to create a connection right from the comfort of their own home via live cameras inside animal habitats. [Read more…]
San Diego hosts the original SeaWorld park. It shares some attractions with our park in Orlando, but many of these attractions have some interesting differences. [Read more…]
Column by Andy Guinigundo
Manta opened in SeaWorld Orlando on May 22, 2009. The flying-style roller coaster has been thrilling guests ever since. A flying coaster suspends guests with restraints with the ride vehicle overhead – headfirst, face down. Manta is SeaWorld Orlando’s fourth coaster.
SeaWorld San Diego has been lacking in the thrill ride department. [Read more…]