resurgent SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment is making it three-for-three in 2020 with new coasters at its top parks.After announcing new coasters for next year at its Busch Gardens Tampa and SeaWorld San Diego theme parks, the
SeaWorld Orlando announced this morning that it, too, will install a new coaster next year.
Beyond the teaser video, all SeaWorld is saying about this thrill ride is that it will feature "plunging" thrills from "predatory" heights. SeaWorld's use of the #BreaktheIce hashtag provides another clue.
Orlando's sister park in San Diego is installing a Bolliger & Mabillard Dive Coaster in 2020, while neighbor Busch Gardens Tampa is going for a Rocky Mountain Construction retrack of the former Gwazi coaster. That one will surpass Cedar Point's Steel Vengeance as the tallest, fastest and steepest hybrid coaster in the world, so SeaWorld Orlando is going to need something pretty compelling about its new coaster to grab attention from that.
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