The new policy means “any commercial facility that either breeds or imports cetaceans for public display will be banned from sale on TripAdvisor."
According to the Orlando Business Journal, Universal will pay $48 million for the 56-acre parcels — or more than $857,000 per acre.
According to SeaWorld, the ride will feature four launches — the first launch coaster in the park — starting with a backwards launch up a 93-foot-tall spike at a 100-degree angle.
The awards are determined by surveys sent to “experienced amusement park voters.” This includes fans as well as industry suppliers, manufacturers, and journalists in some of the 22 categories.
This SeaWorld Orlando pass will offer guests access for the rest of 2019 and most of 2020 for $105.