Welcome to the third (and final) part of our latest SeaWorld Orlando photo-report. As usual, we invite you to check out PART 2 of this update by clicking on this link.
In the previous two parts of this update we took a look around many of the themed areas of the park including the Waterfront, Antarctica, the Sea of Mystery, and a small portion of Key West. It's now time to check out the other areas of the park, including the Shark Wreck Reef, the Sea Garden, Shamu's Happy Harbor, and more. Enjoy!


New banners have been installed all around the Key West area of the park:

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There are a total of three designs for the new banners, representing the animals present in this area:

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Pelicans are awesome, too:

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Some locations around the park serve the Pineapple Twist:

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Awesome details:

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Our next stop will be the Shark Wreck Reef:

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Guests can find the Mediterranean Market here:

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The Nautilus Theater shows a live feed of concerts taking place on the other side of the park every Saturday:

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The North Atlantic Market:

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The Sea Garden may be gone by the end of next year:

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Multiple markers can be found all around the area:

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The Terrace Bar is surrounded by one of the nicest natural environments found in any theme park:

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The quick-service location found inside the building is open seasonally:

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Moving on:

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The Brazilian Market:

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The Pacific Coast Market:

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Jazzy Jellies is currently closed for refurbishment inside Shamu's Happy Harbor:

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Wild Arctic has a lot of potential, but the simulator ride really needs some help:

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The Polynesian Market:

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The Gulf Coast Market:

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It's time ti head home now:

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Thanks for visiting the park with us!

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5 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

Wild Arctic is my favorite attraction, animal wise. The simulator is in need of a MAJOR overhaul! I like the idea of taking the helicopter ride to the Arctic, but still, major renovations are needed. I think the attraction isn't popular enough to be missed for a lengthy period, but I would like to see it revitalized and come back brand new.

The animal exhibits are amazing. I love the belugas and walrus, and the place is never crowded!

CaptJapan said...

Agreed. I always loved walking around the inside of Wild Arctic. It's so refreshing on hot days and its so well themed. I hope they can find a ncie way to update the ride simulator. This is honestly one of my favorite attractions.

Anonymous said...

If they can replace the simulators with a Soarin type simulator over the Artic
it would be extremely popular. They would have to remove and redo the entire front part of the building.

The markers in the Sea Garden could be a Wave Breaker, Sea Coaster. Hopefully.

Anonymous said...

No more coasters!! Keep the amazing animals there and beautiful views

Anonymous said...

You can have amazing animals, beautiful views and roller coasters. Best of both worlds. Example is Manta, has all of the above.

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