Ice Breaker at SeaWorld Orlando was originally supposed to open in Spring 2020. As is the case with majority of the new attractions planned for 2020, its opening has had to be delayed due to COVID-19.
Ice Breaker is now expected to debut at SeaWorld Orlando in Spring 2020 and for anyone looking to see a host of photos of where this new rollercoaster currently stands, head to thecoasterkings.com.
You can see close up views of the station with gates, control booth and lights in place. The 93ft tall spike which is set to 100 degrees is very impressive and the 80ft top hat element is a real feature of the layout. Ice Breaker has four different launches including both forwards and backwards and culminating in a reverse launch.
The train is onsite and has been placed on the track but no testing has begun as of yet. We will keep you up to date on any announcements on Ice Breaker at SeaWorld Orlando on our News and Facebook Page.
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