SeaWorld Entertainment ups roller coaster game in Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa

Posted | Contributed by Jeff

Florida's newest, most exciting roller coasters of 2020 are coming from an unlikely suspect, as theme parks go: SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment. On Thursday, the parent company of the park once known for its trained dolphins announced two major new roller coasters for next year: Busch Gardens Tampa's 10th, Iron Gwazi; and SeaWorld Orlando's sixth, Ice Breaker.

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bjames's avatar

If anyone here can clear this up, thanks. I've seen two different renderings of Iron Gwazi. One makes it look like a normal RMC, the other (newer) one makes it look like some crazy new design. I might just be out of the loop, but is RMC really creating some kind of crazy 60 degree lift hill for this new gwazi? I feel old asking this question, the newer design graphics look like cartoons, but since we're all living in the future at this point, I don't disbelieve they're possible.

"The term is 'amusement park.' An old Earth name for a place where people could go to see and do all sorts of fascinating things." -Spock, Stardate 3025

Tommytheduck's avatar

If you think some kids' No Limits fantasy about Iron Gwazi is weird, you should see what they've got planned in Saudi!

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