Published: March 5, 2007 at 12:43 PMSounds like the park will be exceptionally AWESOME. To go thru a dolphin habitat while on a slide and a lazy river, WOW!!!!!!!!!! I'm a little scared about how the prices are going to look. But, overall, dying to go already. Wish i could've seen the webcast myself, for some reason it just wouldnt work on my comp. But, I knew i could count on robert to put the information on here. Kudos to Robert and Sea World for being such geniuses.
Published: March 5, 2007 at 1:47 PMI didn't know anything about the announcement today but I just happened to come to this website and saw it. For anyone who missed it or couldn't get it to work, click on the seaworld.com link in the original posting and it will take you to the seaworld orlando website. From there, click on Aquatica and you can view pictures, artwork, etc.
The waterslides that go under water look AWESOME. We probably won't try to go in the very beginning because I know it's going to be CRAZY! But knowing us, we might have to make a special trip out there just for that.
On another note, I see that Seaworld San Antonio is getting a new (and different) Journey to Atlantis Ride, and now Seaworld Orlando is getting an entire new park. I wonder when (IF) Sea World San Diego is going to add any additional attractions???
Thanks for the info.
Published: March 5, 2007 at 3:00 PMWOW
It looks like it is going to be really incredible.
Published: March 5, 2007 at 3:06 PMI just saw all the models and art work, and i am astonished with the talented people Sea world has working for them. Whoever thought of Aquatica first is a certified water park genious!! Finally a water park that my girls will enjoy as much as i will. Kudos Sea World, you never cease to amaze me. :-)
Published: March 5, 2007 at 10:39 PMSounds kinda iffy to me, but I'll go just to experience it. Heck yeah.
Published: March 7, 2007 at 11:18 AMEww... Is "A-kwah-tica" the way it would be pronounced in all American accents? They obviously didn't take foreign tourists into account with that name, because a pronounciation like that sounds horrible to a British ear.
Otherwise, the park looks awesome, I have to agree. I've been pretty psyched ever since they announced that slide under the water, I must admit. Awesome, awesome, awesome. Should take some of the pressure off booking so early for Discovery Cove, too. (Well, hopefully. It could end up making it *more* popular.)