Sea World Orlando Proposing to Reopen on June 11th

It was just announced that Sea World Orlando is proposing to reopen on June 10th for passholders and June 11th for the general public.

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Sea World will be requiring face coverings for all guests, and will give guests face coverings if they do not have one already. Guests and employees will have to go through temperature screenings. Plexiglass will be installed at all retail and restaurants as well as at park entrances and contactless payment (Google Pay, Apple Pay etc.) will be installed everywhere as much as possible.

Social Distancing markers will be installed throughout the parks and queue lines and single rider lines will be eliminated. They will be hand sanitizer stations at every entry and exit to the rides and attractions. Parades and meet and greets will be done at a distance.

Sea World’s waterparks will act a bit differently.

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Here are some examples of social distancing signage.

Will you be attending Sea World next month? Comment below and stay tuned because Disney World is next

Icebreaker Track Appears on Site at Sea World Orlando

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Icebreaker Concept Art

Pieces for the new Icebreaker coaster have arrived on site at Sea World Orlando. Lots of curved orange pieces arrived today on flatbed trucks in preparation for installation soon in Orlando adding to their already impressive coaster roster.

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If anyone needs a reminder of the impressive features of this coaster, they are all available here in this article.

Are you excited to ride this coaster next year? Are you happy that Sea World is leaning away from animals and towards more themed lands and coasters as a way to change its image? Let me know in the comments below!