Based on the quarterly numbers, it is clear that Sea World can not survive on it's own any longer. The only question is who should save them. Universal is no longer in the position to do this or even want them. They made their decision months ago by purchasing their additional land. They have their own plans and so they will not be the ones. Six Flags and Cedar Fair are two possibilities but neither of them actually have the resources needed to achieve success. That leaves it up to Disney. It is clear that if Disney stepped up, Sea World Orlando would see a massive increase in attendance. Just adding a $10.00 a day marginal ticket price from WDW tourists and food sales would bring in millions more per year and save them. I am not sure why Disney would do this but there is no long term possibility of Sea World surviving on its own. It's just too late. If you want to save what was once a great park there is only one company left. We can't let Wanda Group or some other company from a country that does not care about animals take Sea World over.