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New Aerial Photos Show Construction Progress of SeaWorld Orlando’s New Roller Coaster

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The announcement of SeaWorld Orlando’s new roller coaster (surf coaster) was set to take place on the 27th September. However, it was delayed due to Hurricane Ian. 

Almost 20 hours ago, Twitter user @bioreconstruct posted a number of new and detailed aerial photos which show the construction progress of SeaWorld Orlando’s new surf coaster. 

With that being said, let’s take a look at @bioreconstruct’s latest aerial photos of the upcoming surf coaster at SeaWorld Orlando. 

PLEASE NOTE: Original captions for the photos will be provided (find at the bottom of the article). This will allow you, the reader, to know what you’re looking at. Additionally, click on the image to enlarge it. 


Photo Captions

  • Image #1: Aerial overview of surf coaster construction in SeaWorld Orlando. Most recently placed track is at to right, with a small hill.
  • Image #2: Aerial look at the most recently added track for a surf coaster in SeaWorld Orlando.
  • Image #3: Aerial overview of surf coaster construction in SeaWorld Orlando.
  • Image #4: Aerial look at a structure under construction in site of a surf coaster in SeaWorld Orlando.
  • Image #5 & #5.5: Aerial look at a small hill track for a surf coaster at SeaWorld Orlando. Notice framing underneath for protecting what will likely be a service walkway near the park entrance. 
  • Image #6 & #6.6: Aerial overviews of the construction of a surf coaster at SeaWorld Orlando.
  • Image #7: Aerial look at staging of the annual Sea of Trees display in SeaWorld Orlando. In foreground is construction of a surf coaster.

Stay tuned for more articles on the construction progress of SeaWorld Orlando’s upcoming e-ticket attraction. 

Stay tuned to Orlando Theme Park Zone for more Orlando theme park-related news and information. 

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