During this presentation, President and Chief Executive Officer Joel Manby shared with investors and analysts a plan to build on the company's strong business fundamentals by evolving the guest experience to align with consumer preferences for experiences that matter – to learn more about the natural world, the plight of animals in the wild, along with family entertainment and attractions.
NEW "SEA RESCUE"-THEMED RIDES COMING TO SEAWORLD PARKS
A new roller coaster themed after Sea Rescue will open in 2017 at SeaWorld San Antonio, while new dark rides will make their way to SeaWorld Orlando and SeaWorld San Diego that same year.
NEW SEAWORLD ORLANDO WEBSITE
A much easier-to-use SeaWorld Orlando website will debut very soon, highlighting special offers and helping future Guests to create their own tickets, add more days, include special experiences, and more:
I love Seaworld and am very excited that they are upgrading various aspects. We are really looking forward to Mako. We were passholders at Disney for years and just felt over time they really didn't care if we were there or not. We spent far too many days dodging walls and construction. Seaworld always makes us feel welcome and the staff is genuinely nice. Granted Disney has a ton of stuff that Seaworld couldn't even dream of, but once the kids got tired of it, Seaworld still remains a great day for the family.
Disney is like walmart... everyone shops there, but no one wants one in their neighborhoods.
Construction walls are Disney growing and providing more, yep, they suck, but they are a sign of a resort that is growing and changing. Its either construction walls, or stale, and I will take walls everyday. People hate on the oddest things. Once they start DHS people will be upset with all the walls, rather than excited that they are getting 25 acres of new things.
(Full disclosure... yes, I wish they built things faster!)
Lol.. Darren, you know that's not going to happen. Would be great if they did though.. Lol. Thanks for the smiles.