Quantcast
eventdetail
Photo courtesy of SeaWorld San Antonio

A one-of- a-kind thrill will launch on June 16 at SeaWorld San Antonio, seeking a few brave individuals for an important mission. Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster combines the thrill of a roller coaster with the adrenaline rush of a marine animal rescue mission.

Inspired by the heroics of the SeaWorld Rescue Team, Wave Breaker’s jet-ski style car is the first of its kind in North America. The unique design engages riders in a straddled position and allows them to grip the handle bars as they race through a series of high-speed maneuvers and a pair of pulse-pounding launches over water.

Guests will board Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster in a queue-house themed with stories from some of the 30,000 rescues the SeaWorld Rescue Team has been involved with over the past 50 years. Before launch, riders will be assigned a mission – a sea turtle, dolphin or sea lion rescue. After the mission briefing, riders will grip the handlebars and prepare to race into action covering 2,600-feet of track – the majority of which is located directly over water, creating the sensation that riders are racing across the park’s lake. Each rescue mission will take a train of 16 riders through a more than three minute ride, reaching speeds of up to 44 mph and heights up to 61 feet.

A one-of- a-kind thrill will launch on June 16 at SeaWorld San Antonio, seeking a few brave individuals for an important mission. Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster combines the thrill of a roller coaster with the adrenaline rush of a marine animal rescue mission.

Inspired by the heroics of the SeaWorld Rescue Team, Wave Breaker’s jet-ski style car is the first of its kind in North America. The unique design engages riders in a straddled position and allows them to grip the handle bars as they race through a series of high-speed maneuvers and a pair of pulse-pounding launches over water.

Guests will board Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster in a queue-house themed with stories from some of the 30,000 rescues the SeaWorld Rescue Team has been involved with over the past 50 years. Before launch, riders will be assigned a mission – a sea turtle, dolphin or sea lion rescue. After the mission briefing, riders will grip the handlebars and prepare to race into action covering 2,600-feet of track – the majority of which is located directly over water, creating the sensation that riders are racing across the park’s lake. Each rescue mission will take a train of 16 riders through a more than three minute ride, reaching speeds of up to 44 mph and heights up to 61 feet.

A one-of- a-kind thrill will launch on June 16 at SeaWorld San Antonio, seeking a few brave individuals for an important mission. Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster combines the thrill of a roller coaster with the adrenaline rush of a marine animal rescue mission.

Inspired by the heroics of the SeaWorld Rescue Team, Wave Breaker’s jet-ski style car is the first of its kind in North America. The unique design engages riders in a straddled position and allows them to grip the handle bars as they race through a series of high-speed maneuvers and a pair of pulse-pounding launches over water.

Guests will board Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster in a queue-house themed with stories from some of the 30,000 rescues the SeaWorld Rescue Team has been involved with over the past 50 years. Before launch, riders will be assigned a mission – a sea turtle, dolphin or sea lion rescue. After the mission briefing, riders will grip the handlebars and prepare to race into action covering 2,600-feet of track – the majority of which is located directly over water, creating the sensation that riders are racing across the park’s lake. Each rescue mission will take a train of 16 riders through a more than three minute ride, reaching speeds of up to 44 mph and heights up to 61 feet.

WHEN

WHERE

SeaWorld San Antonio
10500 SeaWorld Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78251
https://seaworld.com/san-antonio/

TICKET INFO

All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Please check with the venue or organization to ensure an event is taking place as scheduled.