What is the very best of Sea World Orlando?

Sea World Orlando: What is your opinion?

From Marco Trevino
Posted August 24, 2009 at 8:04 PM
In my opinion:
1- The Mime(Clyde and Seamore take pirate island), he is a genius, really hilarious.
2- Shamu Rocks, what a fantastic show.
3- Manta, what a ride.

From Anthony Murphy
Posted August 24, 2009 at 8:52 PM
How about Krackken. Good Stuff!

From Rob P
Posted August 27, 2009 at 3:51 AM
There isn't much that I don't like at Seaworld to be honest.
All of those already mentioned plus Atlantis and any interaction areas like Dolphin encounter etc.

From Gareth H
Posted August 27, 2009 at 9:36 AM
I like the free beer, oh wait, scrap that.
OK, I like the late nights till 11 in the summer, oh wait, scrap that.
Hmmm, actually I like everything Seaworld, but back row of Manta has to be my fav place there right now, after that, Shamu Rocks :)

From Steve Ward
Posted August 28, 2009 at 3:31 AM
Manta is fantastic ride
Blue Horizon is brilliant, best show they do

The free beer section was great, they really should bring that back lol

From Raul Araoz
Posted August 28, 2009 at 10:39 AM
I love most of SeaWorld. However, if I had to rank it:

1. Kraken - one of the best coasters on Earth

2. Shark Encounter - a classic attraction

3. Blue Horizons - Best show at the park

Honorable mentions:

Journey to Atlantis is an underrated attraction that could fix some minor theming holes.

Manatee Rescue is the biggest hidden gem at the park.

Clyde and Seamore is always good for a laugh.

Take it or leave it:

Believe - not a fan of the new Shamu show. Too faux mystical and staged for me.

Wild Arctic - hate the ride, but love the exhibit.

PS: Haven't ridden Manta yet, but I am sure it will be quality.

From Bruce Lane
Posted August 29, 2009 at 9:48 AM
Best part of Sea World Orlando? Heck, that's easy. In fact, it's the best part of any of the Sea World parks.

Specifically, their bizarre TV ads. They serve two purposes: Providing a strong reminder there's hundreds of neat things to do OTHER than visit Orlando, and also providing fodder for practicing MST3K lines.

For those who may be unfamiliar with the latter, here's a link which should explain things.


Keep the peace(es).

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