What a fun looking slide. It's nice that you spend quite a bit of time in the half-pipe section as on a lot of slides you just go up and down each side then just drop out into the splash pool. It's a nice length slide and looks like a great addition to what I thought was a really nice waterpark.
SeaWorld Orlando has sent us a press release announcing that like Busch Gardens Tampa, free beer will be offered to park guests throughout the Summer!
Starting this Friday, SeaWorld Orlando will be offering free beer to park guests all summer long.
The free brews will be available at the park starting this Friday, May 18 through September 2, 2018 from 10:30 a.m. to one hour before park close. Complimentary domestic and seasonal beers will be available to guests 21 years of age and older. Guests can visit Mama’s Pretzel Kitchen Patio and receive up to two complimentary 7-ounce beers per visit. The park will rotate beer offerings throughout the summer starting off with SeaWorld’s very own Mako Red Ale. Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Light, Yuengling and more will also be featured throughout the summer.
Park guests are also invited to enjoy Happy Hour at SeaWorld, daily starting at 4 p.m. Happy Hour will feature buy one, get one free offers on all drink and food items at Flamecraft Bar and Sharks Underwater Grill Bar. Both locations feature a variety of domestic and craft beer, mixed drinks and sharable appetizers. Additionally, guests purchasing any pin from a SeaWorld Pin Trading location during Happy Hour will receive a free lanyard with their purchase.
Best Way to Play
The best way to experience all of the summer fun SeaWorld Orlando has to offer, along with the incredible lineup of events throughout the year is with a SeaWorld Orlando 2018 Fun Card. Pay for a day and play all year with unlimited admission and no blockout dates through December 31, 2018. Hurry, offer ends May 20, 2018.
For more information, park hours and to purchase tickets, visit SeaWorldOrlando.com. Events and times are subject to change. Follow SeaWorld Orlando on Facebook and Instagram for the latest park updates and information.
Just a quick FYI for Florida residents. Sea World/Aquatica is offering a flash sale until June 3 on their website. The deal is for 1 day at Sea World and 1 day at Aquatica for only 55 bucks! Tickets must be used by July 1st. Pretty good deal, I think.
Had my first visit last week and because my time was limited, I decided to buy a fast pass. It was great being able to just walk on to Mako over and over again. Granted I have not ridden anywhere near the the amount of coasters that most folks here have, having only been into the hobby for two years now, but it's easily my current favorite. Front row outside provides insane airtime and it was smooth as glass from all positions.
thisdougsforu wrote:Had my first visit last week and because my time was limited, I decided to buy a fast pass. It was great being able to just walk on to Mako over and over again. Granted I have not ridden anywhere near the the amount of coasters that most folks here have, having only been into the hobby for two years now, but it's easily my current favorite. Front row outside provides insane airtime and it was smooth as glass from all positions.
I visited SWO last year for the first time and was blown away by Mako. It had a ton of airtime and was glass smooth, it easily became my #1 B&M hyper. My kids had never been on a hyper before and loved it, they couldn't get over how much airtime it had. Although we went during the summer, the lines for Mako were pretty minimal, so we are able to ride it a ton. SWO really has a great trio of coasters, I tell everyone that's going to Orlando that SWO is a must visit.
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