SeaWorld Orlando Claims Top Spots as #1 Theme Park, Coaster, and Waterpark. USA Today 10 Best Reader’s Poll released the results last week, and it looks like SeaWorld has topped the list. Mako, voted the best Coaster, along with Seaworld winning best Theme Park. Followed by Aquatica winning best Waterpark.
SeaWorld’s newest hypercoaster, Mako, has surfaced in Orlando. Orlando has its fair share of theme parks, attractions and rides, but Mako is making a splash by being the tallest, fastest and longest here in Central Florida. It’s no joke, speeds up to 73 mph, 200 ft tall and a track
Looking for something new and exciting to do this summer? You may want to check out the new ‘Summer of Mako’ event at Sea World Orlando premiering June 10th and Island Nights at Aquatica, Sea World’s water park, beginning July 8th. Both events will have amazing night-time offerings which means longer hours
Mako, Orlando’s tallest, fastest, and longest coaster is scheduled to open on June 10th at Sea World Orlando. Mako will be the centerpiece of the all-new Shark Wreck Reef-a newly designed realm that blends education and thrills, while immersing guests in an underwater world. The two-acre realm will be fully
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment and world-renowned marine artist and conservationist Guy Harvey today announced a new partnership focused on ocean health and the plight of sharks in the wild. The two organizations will partner to raise awareness of these important issues, and collaborate on science and research to increase understanding
SeaWorld Orlando gave the new coaster, Mako, made it’s debut today. During its inaugural test ride, Mako plunged 200-feet down from its initial lift hill, surged through nine air-time hills and reached topped speeds of 73 mph. Mako’s tight turns and speed are inspired by reality. Mako sharks are known
The Mako frenzy continues to swell as SeaWorld has made 2 announcements about their newest hypercoaster. Can’t wait for the adrenaline rush of what will be, Mako? The wait is almost over! The first announcement is the new coaster – Orlando’s tallest, fastest and longest — will strike with full
Attention all Thrill-Seekers! SeaWorld Orlando is making waves and about to change the game of Roller Coasters in Central Florida. They have installed the final piece of Mako’s nearly mile-long steel track – completing the footprint of what will be Orlando’s longest coaster (as well as fastest and tallest) This
Today, SeaWorld Orlando unveiled the custom-built Mako lead car that will take riders on a thrilling experience this summer – the tallest, fastest and longest roller coaster in Orlando. Mako’s design and engineering was inspired by the real Mako shark – one of the ocean’s fastest shark species. When it
Construction is well underway way at SeaWorld Orlando as MAKO – an all-new hypercoaster opening this summer – begins to take shape along the Orlando skyline. The coaster was “topped off” yesterday as cranes put into place the tallest point of the structure – the tracks of its signature 200-foot
Starting today, SeaWorld Orlando’s general admission prices (for tickets purchased at the front gate) are increasing by $2 (adults are now $99, children 3 to 9 are now $94.) They continue to offer our guests ways to enjoy extra values, including a new low price offer for annual passes, and
The first piece of the steel track for SeaWorld Orlando’s new 200-foot-tall hypercoaster – Mako – has arrived after traveling nearly 1,000 miles on an open flatbed semi-truck from the production facility in Ohio. Mako will be Orlando’s tallest, fastest and longest roller coaster when it opens in summer 2016.
The first piece of SeaWorld Orlando’s new 200-foot-tall hypercoaster surfaced today. It is traveling from the production facility in Ohio to its new home in Orlando. Mako will be Orlando’s tallest, fastest and longest roller coaster, and will reach speeds of 73 mph along 4,760 feet of steel track
It will be called Mako and it sounds fierce. Sea World Orlando will soon have the Tallest, Fastest, and Longest coaster! It will be a 200-foot-tall hypercoaster that will reach 73 mph along 4,760 feet of steel track — nearly a mile long — and leave riders feeling both breathless and