Check out the newest and most thrilling roller coaster ever to come to Orlando – including a video of this jaw dropping coaster!
The moment that Orlando has been waiting for is finally here! One of the most anticipated coasters of 2022 is now open to the public. Check out the ALL-NEW Ice Breaker at Orlando’s Sea World theme park.
Yesterday, the coaster opened, and today it was commemorated with a special ribbon cutting ceremony.
Ice Breaker Details
Named after the icy Arctic summits, Ice Breaker features four launches (both backwards and forwards) building up to a reverse launch into the steepest beyond vertical drop in Florida. It’s a whopping 93 feet tall spike with 100-degree angle!
The excitement continue as riders fly over a near vertical tophat maneuver into a series of exciting twists, turns, and airtime hills.
Annual Passholder Preview
“Our Annual Pass Members had an exclusive opportunity to preview the ride prior to opening and the feedback is fantastic!,” said Park President Kyle Miller. “Ice Breaker is a one-of-a-kind thrill ride which complements our existing exhilarating ride portfolio perfectly.” With the opening of Ice Breaker, SeaWorld features the most coasters in a single theme park in Orlando.
Ice Breaker is a one-of-a-kind thrill ride which complements our existing exhilarating ride portfolio perfectly.Park President Kyle Miller
SeaWorld’s Annual Pass Members were the first to experience the ride during exclusive previews. In addition, they were given special benefits like free parking, free guest tickets, savings on merchandise and more.
Guest Reactions to Ice Breaker
As guests experience this one-of-a-kind coaster, their reactions seem to be unanimous! Ice Breaker is “anything but chill!” Check out the video below to hear first-hand what guests area saying:
With the addition of Ice Breaker, Sea World is excited to announce a new partnership with the Alaska SeaLife Center. This center is a research, rescue, rehabilitation, and education facility. Sea World will share more about how this new attraction will help share the mission of this incredible organization.
Are you excited about this new Coaster? Will you visit Sea World to experience it, or is it too much for you? Please let us know in the comments below and on Facebook.
Source: Sea World Press Release 2/18/22