Discussion in 'SeaWorld Orlando' started by Brian G., Nov 9, 2015.
Is this true?
Yep. It was WGT first, then Behind the Thrills, then SeaWorld teased the BtT article on their Twitter, and now this happened. All in a span of a couple of weeks.
I think Seaworld deliberately leaked everything. I still want to know what happened with Aquatica's new slide for next year. Is this still happening?
Probably, but it’s a quick build. Won’t be announced for a little while.
When Behind the Thrills published those leaks, Aquatica was mentioned to get a compact watercoaster to go between the two wave pools in 2020; if the 2019 addition is also still go, then in 2020 Aquatica will look very fleshed out.
Aquatica adding more slides in succession is definitely a smart move. Low hanging fruit against parks like Typhoon and Volcano Bay as far as I'm concerned.
SEAS is positioning itself nicely to be the go to AP park for Floridians ad costs Mont at Disney and even Uni.
Is the second stand alone Seseme Place still a go somewhere, some day?
Aquatica is the most underrated water park in Florida, IMO. It has a great selection of slides and theming.
Aquatica is really good. A good water coaster is really the main missing piece.
Just to say, everything leaked yesterday is real.
Yeah, they definitely leaked those intentionally.
Smart. Keep people excited about new additions but don't give out too much info until you're ready.
Some more good news for SeaWorld...SeaWorld: Attendance keeps surging after past struggles - Orlando Sentinel
SeaWorld posted some new trademarks today for use in amusement parks but no new names.
Anyone have any more updates on dolphin cove? Anyone know what they are doing?
No idea, but thanks for reminding me. I will ask at the media event Thursday!
Excited that things are turning around for Seaworld...it’s been a rough ride but investment is paying off.
Sharks Grill & surrounding area are getting updates
The Boogieman, Blackstone, is gone. All of this is basically highlighting that they (Blackstone) were always the main problem. Blackfish was more of an excuse for Blackstone's mismanagement and sucking out any profits, than anything else.
Interesting, they just re-did that whole area for Mako's opening in 2016 - any idea what they're updating?
Additionally, I've heard their annual pass program is getting a total refresh. No idea when that'll launch or be announced, but it sounds like it's going to be similar to the Busch Gardens Williamsburg membership system they launched in the last year or so - tiered pass levels with different benefits for each.
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