Ah. Orlando had something like that when they refurbished the Shamu stadium..FYI everyone. The statement that they were discontinuing theatrical Killer Whale shows at the San Diego park is a little misleading. They will instead only have educational shows similar to the new Dolphin Days show they debuted this year. It will focus more on education and natural behaviors and less so on entertainment and music (but those will still be present).
I agree, with a bit of effort they could nicely redo that area and refurbish the ride and exhibit.In all honesty about the Sea Rescue ride replacing the Wild Arctic ride, I really hope it doesn't. Wild Arctic could be an amazing ride with a little reprogramming and new film. Cheap enough so that they can advertise a new ride and make little investment.
I kid you not you guys.. I had the ride concept for the top 2 images in my head this morning because I was thinking about Nintendoland and how much I used to be obsessed with Wave Race for N64 and how I could have worked that into a ride system.
The Tron ride sounds like it will be insane.Kinda bummed we're not getting anything related to the top 2 concept pictures. Looks like a really cool ride system similar to the "motorcycle" coasters in Europe and soon to be Shanghai Disneyland. While the last picture certainly looks interesting, it's definitely still a minor attraction that I doubt will be heavily marketed. I'm really glad that Sea World is finally pumping money into their attractions, though. The more people coming through those gates, the more money that they can put towards what they do best.