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Normal wait times at Sea World?

Discussion in 'Sea World Orlando' started by disneygeek90, Jul 7, 2017.

  1. disneygeek90

    disneygeek90 Well-Known Member

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    I haven’t been to Sea World since I lived in Ohio (at least 2005). I live about a mile and a half away currently and I got free tickets. I am planning on going tomorrow and literally know nothing. What are the normal ride lines like? How early should I be getting to the park? I see they have a pay for FP, is it worth it? Any tips would be nice.
     
  2. Journey_On

    Journey_On Active Member

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    I would get to the park at park opening (9:00 AM) and hit up the rides then. Being that it's Saturday in July, the waits may be long.

    The longest wait time for a ride will probably be Kraken Unleashed, which was just redone with virtual reality, and it has a slow load time. See if you can wait in a virtual line (reserve it once you get to the park, there are kiosks near the ride entrance).

    Mako will probably be pretty popular. If you're into hypercoasters, you will enjoy it. If you don't want to spend a lot of time waiting in lines, Quick Queue may be worth your while. Don't miss Dolphin Days and One Ocean. Stay for the night time stuff if you can.
     
  3. Tom Morrow

    Tom Morrow Well-Known Member

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    Through most of the year, the lines are not bad at all at SeaWorld, but, being a Saturday in July, agreed that it's probably going to be kind of busy. The lines tend to be longest in the morning through 1-2 PM. Often the lines are very short near the end of the night. You can purchase the Quick Queue pass in the park, so you could wait until you are in the park to see the crowd levels.
     
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  4. AJH219

    AJH219 Well-Known Member

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    I got super spoiled during my first visit to SeaWorld last December, everything was walk on all day long. Now I can't hardly bear to visit the park and have to wait more than ten minutes :hilarious:
     

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