ORLANDO, Fla. — Pipeline, SeaWorld Orlando’s new surf coaster, has reached another milestone as the theme park prepares for the attraction’s spring debut.
What You Need To Know
- SeaWorld Orlando's Pipeline: The Surf Coaster is expected to open this spring
- The park recently shared that the ride vehicles have been moved into the maintenance bay at the construction site
- The ride vehicles are designed to look like surfboards
- RELATED: Pipeline: Construction progresses on SeaWorld's new coaster
In a video released on social media, SeaWorld revealed that the surfboard-inspired ride vehicles have arrived at the construction site and have been moved into the maintenance bay. Watch the video below.
SeaWorld first debuted the ride vehicle at IAAPA Expo in November. After the expo, it was put on display at the front of the park.
Pipeline reached another milestone last month when the final piece of track was installed.
Located along the waterfront, the new surf coaster will be SeaWorld’s seventh coaster. It will feature five airtime moments, a wave curl inversion and reach speeds of up to 60 mph.
Instead of sitting, riders will be upright while on Pipeline, which has been designed to make riders feel like they are surfing the waves.
SeaWorld has not yet announced an opening date for Pipeline.