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& Entertainment ever for new attractions, with rides and thrills set to come to every park market


Sea World San Antonio A new interactive sea turtle attraction and thrill rides will make a spring 2019 debut at SeaWorld & Aquatica San Antonio. At Turtle Reef, guests can get an up-close look at endangered sea turtles, and check out two new family rides – Riptide Rescue, a Huss Airboat where guests set out on their own sea turtle rescue mission, and Sea Swinger, a Zamperla Midi Discovery that swings riders 180º in both directions. Premiering at Aquatica San Antonio in 2019 will be Ihu’s Breakaway Falls, a new, one-of-a- kind, multi-drop tower slide from ProSlide Technologies, named for Ihu, Aquatica’s colorful gecko.


“Our guests not only will learn about amazing sea turtles but also how all of us can improve ocean health,” said Chris Havel, SeaWorld San Antonio senior aquarist. “One big way is to keep plastics out of the aquatic environment. Thus, it’s no coincidence that almost a decade ago SeaWorld started limiting plastics in its parks.” Another important aspect of Turtle Reef is a new partnership between


SeaWorld San Antonio and The University of Texas Marine Science Institute’s Amos Rehabilitation Keep (ARK), which will receive five percent of the net proceeds from turtle-themed merchandise sold at SeaWorld.


ARK’s primary mission is to rescue and rehabilitate sick and injured sea turtles, birds, terrestrial turtles and tortoises found along the South Texas coast, with the goal of releasing them to their native habitat.


Busch Gardens Williamsburg New ride Finnegan’s Flyer, a Screamin’ Swing ride from S&S – Sansei, is due to open in 2019, where riders will swing out over the cliffs of the Celtic coast in the park’s Ireland village. Finnegan’s Flyer will reach a height of more than 80ft and 45 mph, allowing riders to take in beautiful views of the park.


Water Country USA The new Cutback Water Coaster by ProSlide Technologies invites guests to ‘hang ten’ and catch a wave from spring 2019. The only RocketBLAST coaster on the East Coast, as well as Virginia’s first hybrid water coaster, the revolutionary water propulsion ride will merge two unique technologies – a water jet propulsion system and saucer feature – to create a steep, smooth ride through more than 850ft of slide. Thrill seekers board a 4-person raft and travel up and down steep hills, jet through tunnels and speed onto the wide-open space of massive saucer-shaped features.


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