Orlando is known for not having many flats. There's Dr.Doom, Dumbo and a few other little flats. Good point though.Lofty said:I personally think Seaworld just needs new flat rides. There's nothing. They have their few coasters, couple of dark rides and shows. Near enough NOTHING of a flat ride type..
Yeah, but NOW, the park is based on it's rides and animal enclosures in a combined attempt to attract people, this is my point, they need more to cater for the large amounts of people they have. There are some large scale flat rides that can eat through huge capacities in once cycle.marc said:Tbh Sea World was never about rides, they have only been added over the past 10 years.
I went there before there were any rides and loved the park, but they added rides and failed to keep the rest of the park up to date.
The park just needs new building and modernising which they seem to be doing now.
Flat rides in Orlando always have huge queues they just cannot cope with the number of visitors. Astro Flyers at the MK has over 2 hour queues as do the tea cups and Dumbo. It's just not a good idea to get flats that have low through put. In order to get the queues down they just run stupid short cycles.