SeaWorld Update: Getting Ready for Electric Ocean (PART 1)


Guests planning on visiting SeaWorld Orlando this summer will be able to enjoy plenty of new offerings. As an example, the reimagined Kraken roller coaster will officially debut in just a few days, featuring VR headsets, creating an entirely new visual experience that solidifies the backstory of this already thrilling attraction. But that's not all! A refurbished Dolphin Nursery, new nighttime experiences, a waterfront bar, a new bubble show, and much more await park Guests later this year!


The SeaWorld sign located at the entrance of the park has been updated to advertise Electric Ocean:

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As part of this celebration, Guest will enjoy dance parties, shows, and a new fireworks spectacular:

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The reimagined Dolphin Nursery recently received its new sign:

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Notice the new lights and decorative items:

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The area looks very similar to the concept art:

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Work on the new waterfront bar continues nearby:

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It looks like this location may open in July or later:

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We noticed that something new showed up on the water:

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We are not sure what they are, but we do know they will be used as part of Electric Ocean:

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The Atlantis Bayside Stadium has been dressed up:

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It looks like SeaWorld Orlando is focusing a lot on its nighttime entertainment this year:

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Take a closer look at the stadium:

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Some inflatable props have been installed in certain areas of the park:

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The Shark Touch Pool has returned, by the way:

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We are excited to see what SeaWorld has in store...

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The Sea Carousel is currently closed for refurbishment:

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Comments

  1. Hopefully Seaworld is adding more lighting to Carousel, at night it looks dark and deary. Some cool lights which give an ocean feel to the ride would be great.

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