Discussion in 'SeaWorld Orlando' started by Brian G., May 27, 2019.
Since this rumor seems to be picking up now..
@RollermanDan getting the ball rolling.
I thought that this old tweet should be brought to this thread.
Plans Reveal New Details about SeaWorld Orlando's 2020 Attraction - Coaster Kings
Might as well add this too.
I was going to post that next. Haha.
And here I was going to post this~
Do we know when softs start?
September of 2020.
At least this new thread is front loaded with everything we know. Much easier to reference than searching through the old thread.
That suits me, that’ll probably be the next time I’m in Orlando and with no JP coaster, that will do just fine.
Gonna be a weird coaster from the sounds of it. I'm just glad it's not a clone. Was hoping for something with a little better capacity though.
Quicker than I expected...I'm excited to see a new-ish coaster concept come to Sea World
I think SeaWorld Orlando is due for a inverted coaster.
Arctic themed, sounds like a bird of prey in the background.
Googling "arctic bird of prey" gave me Gyrfalcon.
Bit of a mouthful, although stranger names have been chosen in the past!
Just a couple of thoughts,
Could this be Abyss? I'm not convinced, personally I would associate Abyss with the deepest & darkest depths of the ocean rather than the Arctic. A lot of people seem to think Abyss will be for San Antonio, we will see. I do hope we see some decent theming on this ride though, you would think they would need to do quite a bit of theme work to make the arctic setting seem reasonable.
Also, with Shamu Stadium set to undergo a major overhaul for 2020 as well, we could potentially see an arctic style makeover to the stadium to create a more consistent area made up of this coaster, Shamu & Wild Arctic.
Isn't Wild Arctic supposed to be receiving an overhaul soon as well?
SeaWorld Orlando begins to tease 2020 roller coaster | Inside Universal
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