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SeaWorld Orlando Top 7 Coasters Including PIPELINE Opening 2023

SeaWorld Orlando has announced that the theme parks currently under construction seventh roller coaster will open in Spring 2023.


The first of its kind new coaster was revealed on Tuesday, October 18 as Pipeline - A Surf Coaster.


When Pipeline opens it will bring SeaWorld Orlando's coaster count to 7, helping the park forge ahead with its plan for coaster domination in Orlando.



The surf coaster will feature riders in a standing position, and is being manufacturer by Swiss coaster firm B & M, who have built three other coasters at SeaWorld Orlando: Kraken, Mako and Manta.


Pipeline will feature a unique surfboard ride vehicle will give riders an immersive experience when their seats rise and fall to mimic the sensation of riding on a wave.


Riders will encounter the rush of hanging loose on a massive wave while in a standing position as the coaster sends them through several gnarly twists and turns with five airtime movements and an innovative 'wave curl' inversion and maximum speed of 60 MPH.

With a projected 54" rider height, this first-of-its-kind coaster is ideal for thrill enthusiasts everywhere.


SeaWorld Orlando Top 7 Coasters Including PIPELINE Opening 2023

Earlier this year, SeaWorld Orlando began marketing itself as the Coaster Capital of Orlando, with a list of 6 coasters, and we thought we would list all the coasters you can look forward to riding on your next visit to SeaWorld Orlando.


 

The Seven Coasters Of SeaWorld Orlando


Pipeline - Launching 2023


Catch the thrill in 2023. Get ready to feel the power of the Pacific right here in Florida, letting the waves launch you on a one-of-a-kind standing surf coaster..



 


Ice Breaker


Ice Breaker open-end this year in 2022, and is the parks first launch coaster.


The roller coaster actually features four airtime filled launches, both backwards and forwards, culminating in the steepest beyond-vertical drop in Florida—a 93-foot-tall spike with a 100° angle.


From there, you’ll reach top speeds of 52 miles per hour and get plenty of airtime.



 

Mako


SeaWorld’s first hyper-coaster was inspired by the sleek but mighty Mako shark, debuting as Orlando’s fastest coaster in 2016.


After rising more than 200 feet in the air, Mako sends you careening downward and back up again as you reach speeds of 73 miles per hour and soar through nearly a mile of track.


The rush and the views are unmatched.



 

Kraken


Another groundbreaking achievement, it debuted in 2000 as the first floorless coaster in Florida and paved the way for SeaWorld Orlando to build more coasters with famed manufacturer B&M.


When you board Kraken, you rise 149 feet in the air before that first heart-pounding drop kicks off a nonstop series of thrills. Hang on for seven monstrous inversions as you reach top speeds of 65 miles per hour.



 

Manta


Riding Manta means flying 141 feet in the air, surpassing speeds of 50 miles per hour, and facing four inversions (and maybe even a splash of water!), but that’s only part of the experience.


Your head-first, face-down, inverted nosedive position is what will truly give you the sense that you’re a flying ray.




 

Journey to Atlantis


The coaster that started the coaster count for SeaWorld Orlando, it opened in 1998 as the first coaster in the park.


On Journey to Atlantis, you’ll experience not one, not two, but three drops. You’ll surpass speeds of 40 miles per hour and face down a peak drop of 60 feet, all on 1800 feet of track in an attraction that spans over six acres.




 


Super Grover's Box Car Derby


Located within Sesame Street Land at SeaWorld. Super Grover's Box Car Derby is a little kiddie coster!


It originally opened in 2005 as Shamu Express and was re-themed when SeaWorld Orlando opened Sesame Street Land in 2019.



 


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