US travel: Why Sea World and Busch Gardens won’t open new Florida newest roller coasters until 2022

Why Sea World And Busch Gardens Won'T Open New Florida Newest Roller Coasters Until 2022
Why Sea World and Busch Gardens won't open new Florida newest roller coasters until 2022

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SeaWorld Entertainment won’t be opening its new thrill rides, Iron Gwazi and Ice Breaker, in Florida until early 2022. Here’s why.

Don’t hate. Procrastinate. SeaWorld Entertainment (NYSE: SEAS) announced another delay to the opening of two roller coasters that it was scheduled to open in Florida last year. Ice Breaker at SeaWorld Orlando will now open in February 2022. The more anticipated Iron Gwazi at sister park Busch Gardens Tampa Bay will open the following month.

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