LiftThrill wrote:I've been wanting to go for quite a while but haven't had the money or a valid excuse over SFFT (where I have a season pass) or ZDT's (which is super cheap). If I had the choice I would have been to SWSA already, but with the addition of a new coaster it pushes it over the edge. Many of my park buddies are Blackfish weirdos but will probably ignore that for a unique coaster type only a half hour away.
I have some buddies like that too but it doesn't stop me from visiting on my own. I have a season pass to SWSA only for Steel Eel tbh. It's a lot of fun! Aquatica isn't bad either!
SharkTums wrote:This is an awesome addition for the park! Honestly, this coaster should have been put in to Orlando instead of Mako. You guys now have two, major, 48" height requirement rides and Orlando has none.
Whoa -- really? I hadn't done much research into SWO, so if that's the case, I'll definitely be saving the trip there for several years down the line. The big kid's just barely scraping onto 48" rides at the moment. Sounds like if we want to do a SeaWorld in the near future, this will be the one to hit!
That coaster dad  and that coaster kiddo .Road trip buddies for life. Dad's faves: Fury 325. Phantom's Revenge. Twisted Timbers. Intimidator 305. El Toro. Kiddo's faves: Talon. Alpengeist. Raptor. TMNT Shellraiser. Fury 325.
^Yeah, I feel like Cobra's Curse and Mako went to the wrong parks in a way. Then again this wave rescue jet ski coaster might be a better addition to Seaworld in the future than the Mack spinner anyways.
Hilltopper39 wrote:^Yeah, I feel like Cobra's Curse and Mako went to the wrong parks in a way. Then again this wave rescue jet ski coaster might be a better addition to Seaworld in the future than the Mack spinner anyways.
Spinners are fun, but I do really like and prefer the Intamin family coasters in this area (Jet Rescue and Juvelen).
Really excited for this at SWSA and look forward to riding next year! The layout looks really good for the size of the ride. I think next year will make sense for me get a SW pass again so I can enjoy this addition, along with the woodie in Williamsburg and finally check out both new FL additions.
The ride looks great, would love to see this cloned (Orlando needs a thrilling coaster the kids can enjoy). Intamin really has a knack for quick twisty layouts, really glad they were chosen for this project. I think it will be a lot of fun!
Even though it totally should have been an aquatrax
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