Construction is well underway way at SeaWorld Orlando as MAKO (an all-new hypercoaster opening this summer) takes shape along the Orlando skyline.
The coaster was “topped off” yesterday as cranes put into place the tallest point of the structure – the tracks of its signature 200-foot tall hill. When it opens, Mako will be Orlando’s tallest, fastest, and longest roller coaster, with speeds of 73 mph on 4,760 feet of track. The ride will be the centerpiece of a new realm.

The following photos show the entire lift hill of the coaster, which was completely installed on Jan. 6:

Guests visiting SeaWorld Orlando can continue to witness the rise of the massive steel track over the next few months as construction continues to build one of the world’s few true hypercoasters – a type of coaster known for high speeds, steep drops, and hills creating a feeling of weightlessness or “air time.”

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