SeaWorld Orlando’s new Ice Breaker rollercoaster is now actually open to theme park visitors. Actually, the highly anticipated thrill ride is moreover located across the park’s Wild Arctic exhibit. It does house beluga whales, walruses, and harbor seals.
SeaWorld – Thrilling Ice Breaker
In fact, riders who do get on the Ice Breaker are treated to four airtime-filled launches that do go backward and forward. Also, the ride also does into a reverse launch. It would travel along with a 93-foot tall spike with a 100-degree angle. It is the steepest beyond the vertical drop in Florida. This is according to a theme park in Orlando.
Also, the ride does fly over a near-vertical tophat maneuver. Then it does go into a series of twists, turns, and airtime hills.
SeaWorld Orlando reports, with the opening of the Ice Breaker, did report that it has more roller coasters than any other theme park in the Florida city.
Exhilarating Ride Portfolio
“Plus, our Annual Pass Members did have an exclusive opportunity to preview the ride prior to opening. Also, the feedback is fantastic,” said Kyle Miller, park president of SeaWorld, in a statement. “Ice Breaker is really a one-of-a-kind thrill ride that does complement our existing exhilarating ride portfolio perfectly.”
Expanding its ride portfolio with new roller coasters is what SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment has been actively expanding. The theme park company in January 2022 has announced that its West Coast location SeaWorld in a local city is providing a sneak peek that it will open the state’s tallest, fastest and longest dive coaster in March of this year.
SeaWorld has noted in a press release is going to continue to work with conservation groups is aside from offering thrills with its new and upcoming coasters.
SeaWorld Orlando has invited Alaska SeaLife Center President and CEO Tara Riemer to, in fact, to the Ice Breaker coaster’s grand opening on Friday, February 18th.