SAN ANTONIO — (PRNewswire) — SeaWorld San Antonio announced the all-new, world record-breaking, high-thrill attraction – Tidal Surge. Opening in Spring 2022, Tidal Surge will be the World’s Tallest and Fastest Screaming Swing and will take riders on a journey above the clouds to feel the sensation of flying high above the park.
Tidal Surge will seat 40 riders and feature two pendulum-like arms that will soar progressively higher to a staggering height of 135 feet at its peak. The dueling arms will alternate sides and sway back-and-forth at 68 mph, creating multiple airtime moments that levitate guests out of their seats with each heart-stopping swing. Riders’ legs will dangle and hang as they soar over the waterski lake and take in the beautiful views of the park while reaching multiple negative G moments before plunging back towards the earth.
The colossal Tidal Surge will mark a major addition to SeaWorld San Antonio’s thrill ride portfolio, which currently includes four thrilling rollercoasters, a high swing, two animal rescue adventure experiences, and a fun-filled family coaster perfect for families with younger children. With this new addition, SeaWorld San Antonio will feature even more adrenaline-pumping experiences, spanning a range of ages and thrills.
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