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Sea World Orlando Waterpark in 2007?


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  • Sea World Orlando Waterpark in 2007?

    I have been hearing that Busch Entertainment (sub company of Anheuser Busch who owns many parks..) has been pitching to Orlando and Orange county a Water park that would be housed on a empty piece of land.. apparently it backs a community who does not want it...


    Any more information??

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    Re: Sea World Orlando Waterpark in 2007?

    I dunno it sounds interesting...
    Passive-Aggressive Peanut Butter Sandwich. x_x


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      Re: Sea World Orlando Waterpark in 2007?

      This was from another forum... posted form the Orlando setinel I think...

      "The key point of this park that distinguishes it is the animal encounters," said Jim Atchison, SeaWorld Orlando's general manager. "The park is very unique and very different compared to what we've ever done. While it is a water park, the animals will make it different."

      Until Thursday, officials with the International Drive attraction had been mum about plans for the 58-acre site along the east side of International Drive, south of Sea Harbor Drive, but industry insiders had speculated the attraction would be a water park.

      SeaWorld officials said one of the park's signature elements would be an attraction that would swoosh swimsuit-clad visitors down clear acrylic flumes amid a lagoon of jumping Commerson's dolphins, a rare species native to South America.

      The black-and-white dolphins, which are extremely athletic, would come from the SeaWorld park in San Diego, where they are among only a small number on display anywhere in the world.

      The concept art looked great... appearently San diago has extras that are not on display being cared for. those might be the ones brought over to SWO and then to this park once it is completed if it gets approved...


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