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SeaWorld Pledges to End Theatrical Orca Shows by End of 2019

SeaWorld’s commitment to end theatrical orca shows is apparently still on track to be implemented by the end of 2019, according to the company. In March 2016,...

Thomas Cook Travel strands thousands of travelers, SeaWorld offers free admission

Last year, we told you about how Thomas Cook was no longer offering tickets to SeaWorld parks, in an effort to “give customers what they wanted”. All that...

Gus Antorcha is Out. Here’s What SeaWorld Needs in a New CEO.

One week ago, Gustavo Antorcha announced his plans to resign as CEO of SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment after 7 months on the job. Antorcha previously served as COO at...

Rescued Pilot Whales Arrive at SeaWorld San Diego

Three rescued short-finned pilot whales, given a second chance at life at SeaWorld Orlando, arrived at SeaWorld San Diego today. “We’re more than thrilled and...

SeaWorld lays off call center employees

According to TheLayoff.com, SeaWorld has just released their Orlando Call Center. The Layoff is a site where people can anonymously post. A post was published on the...

Tropical Storm Dorian could affect Central Florida theme parks for Labor Day-What you need to know

Here we go again. It’s been a few years since we’ve had a storm around Labor Day, but hurricanes and Florida in September are no strangers to each other....

Opinion: SeaWorld’s Soul Must Remain With Animals

How will SeaWorld balance animal exhibits and thrill rides in the future?

SeaWorld second quarter report shows continuing climb

Tuesday, SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment released their second quarter results, as well as the results for the first six months. The results were positive, but not as...

SeaWorld Orlando Breaks the Ice with new 2020 coaster tease

SeaWorld Orlando just caught us off guard as it readies the teases for the new 2020 coaster, which promises predatory heights, and plunging Thrills. So everything we...

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