SeaWorld unveils new multi-directional hybrid coaster coming in 2020

in Theme Parks News & Events


ORLANDO, Fla. – A new multi-directional roller coaster is coming to SeaWorld Orlando in 2020.

Theme park officials made the announcement Thursday morning, unveiling renderings and a portion of bright orange track for the new Ice Breaker roller coaster.

The ride, which will be located in the Wild Arctic plaza, will be the sixth in the park and SeaWorld’s first multi-directional roller coaster. 

Guests can expect 2,750 feet worth of travel distance and a 93-foot tall spike with a 100-degree angle as well as twists, turns, forward and backward launches and directional changes. It will have a 48-inch rider height requirement.