A few months ago I went to SeaWorld San Diego for their Seven Seas Food Festival. While I did enjoy the day, and have some great food, the overall experience left me a bit frustrated.
This past week we were invited out to the park to experience Electric Ocean and enjoy a day at the park. This time I took my daughter with me for a fun day. There were still some issues with the day, but I'm happy to say that they are "getting there", while not fully back up to full speed.
As for Electric Ocean, it's amazing, as you'll see below. Happy reading!
Written by Gregg Condon
Thanks again to SeaWorld for having us out, we had a great time and can't wait to come back for Howl-O-Scream. They definitely are slowly but surely getting back up to full speed, with the food locations needing to ramp back up capacity sooner rather than later. Hopefully they had more people working on the weekends.
The park is looking great, and Electric Ocean isn't to be missed!
Today it's part 2 of Renée and Andrew's trip to Texas. Today we're at SeaWorld Texas to check out Texas Stingray, Steel Eel, Great White, Wave Breaker and more.
And of course some pics of this great looking park!
Written by Renée Girard and Andrew Cunningham
Spending the afternoon at SeaWorld San Antonio. We’ve been here before but love their coasters and can’t wait to check out Texas Stingray!
They’re gearing up for the Seven Seas Food Festival in a few weeks.
Journey to Atlantis is closed, not our favorite version anyway so we’re not mad.
Ready to ride Texas Stingray!
Texas Stingray was cute! I mean, just look at the little ray in the front. A great addition to the park - not intense, just fun!
Wave Breaker is also a lot of fun, giving some great views of the waterfront and the other coasters.
Love a good B&M invert! Great White is fintastic, and can be seen off in the distance near Wave Breaker too.
Got a couple of great rides on Steel Eel this afternoon as well!
The Lakeside Beer Patio right across from Steel Eel is a nice place to relax with a beer. Low wait times for the coasters kept us on the go so this was perfect.
In the Discovery Point section of SeaWorld San Antonio, you can still stop by to look around without having an interaction booked. If you’ve visited Discovery Cove Orlando, it has a very similar look!
We ended the day watching Ocean Discovery, a show unique to this SeaWorld park, as it features beluga whales and Pacific white-sided dolphins.
Thanks for following along with us in Texas, y’all!
Modified with enhanced health and safety measures, guests are in for a treat with new chef- and mixologist-crafted menus, live musical performances, and more than 125 flavors to sample and sip!
SAN DIEGO, California (February 25, 2021) – SeaWorld is bringing back international flavors, amazing beverage tastings and live music performances with the return of Southern California’s fan favorite Seven Seas Food Festival. The event will run every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from March 5 through May 2, with the park’s enhanced health and safety measures, including limited capacity, reservations, increased cleaning and sanitation, temperature checks, and face covering requirements. In addition to the tasty bites and delicious drinks, guests can safely enjoy three live music stages and all of their favorite outdoor animal exhibits, including dolphins, sea lions, bat rays, bamboo sharks, flamingos, sea otters, turtles, and more. SeaWorld San Diego reopened as a zoo earlier this month with 100 acres of expansive open-air grounds.
After a year of limits on international travel, San Diego’s popular culinary event will offer foodies and families the widest variety of chef- and mixologist-curated tastes inspired by cultures from across the Seven Seas. Guests can plan a safe, limited-capacity visit to the park, where they can embark on an international flavor journey inspired by the tastes and smells of the Mediterranean, Polynesia, Mexico, the Caribbean, France, Italy and beyond. With more than 125 fresh flavors from around the world, guests can taste everything from the most indulgent desserts to the park’s all-new savory Vegan bites. In addition to the amazing food, this year’s festival includes SeaWorld’s most expansive beverage menu ever with more than 25 specially curated cocktails, zero proof cocktails and wines, and a selection of more than 75 craft beers from California and beyond.
“We are excited to bring back this popular fan favorite event to San Diego, complete with new menu items, live music and a safe, outdoor experience for the whole family,” said Marilyn Hannes, president of SeaWorld San Diego. “In addition to our incredible outdoor animal exhibits and presentations, the return of Seven Seas gives our guests more options to make new, lasting memories with family and friends.”
Guests can sip and sample “around the world” with international dishes, craft beers, wines, and specialty alcoholic and zero proof cocktails at unique festival marketplaces:
A complete menu of the Seven Seas Food Festival dishes and drinks can be found online at www.seaworld.com/san-diego/events/seven-seas-food-festival/.
Best Way to Savor and Sip:
Discover boundless combinations of food and drink selections with a Seven Seas Food Festival Tasting Lanyard. Guests can embark on their culinary journey with a 10-sample lanyard starting at only $60 or take it up a notch with the fan favorite 15-sample lanyard for the best savings. The purchase of a date-specific ticket is also required. Please visit www.seaworldsandiego.com/tickets for more details.
SeaWorld San Diego Annual Pass Members also get the VIP treatment with even more flavor and savings with their 3 free samples with the purchase of a 15-sample lanyard. This special Annual Pass Seven Seas lanyard can be purchased by logging onto the Pass Member Portal online. Pass Members and Fun Card Holders are not required to purchase a Seven Seas lanyard to visit the park.
SeaWorld’s Annual Passes are available starting as low as $10.25 per month for a limited time. The new “Best Benefits Ever” include unlimited admission for all of 2021, FREE parking, up to 50 percent off in-park purchases, and access to special rewards. Guests can also “pay for a day” and get a 2021 Fun Card good for unlimited admission* for all of 2021 for the price of general admission.
Move and Groove to Live Performances:
Along with delicious eats, Seven Seas will feature three live music stages and an exciting trip to the Pacific islands, with the sights and sounds of the new Polynesian dance presentation —all included with theme park admission.
Outdoor Animal Exhibits & Presentations
SeaWorld San Diego reopened as a zoo on February 6. Guests can again safely enjoy all their favorite outdoor animal exhibits, attend SeaWorld’s renowned live educational presentations to learn more about dolphins, sea lions, and orcas, and check out the park’s newest presentation, Rescue Tails! This exciting and educational, new addition shares the story of SeaWorld’s Conservation Ambassadors, animal care and rescue stories at the Nautilus Amphitheatre with physically distant seating. Guests are encouraged to keep checking the park website for schedule changes and updates as additional opening days and times may be added.
Health & Safety
In compliance with state safety guidelines for zoos, SeaWorld will continue to operate with enhanced health and safety protocols for cleaning and sanitizing, physical distancing, face covering requirements, and temperature screenings. To give guests ample space for a physically distanced visit, reservations and date-specific tickets must be purchased online and in advance of each visit to manage capacity. Each ticket includes park entry, and access to all outdoor animal exhibits and presentations. The number of tickets available each day is limited and are on sale now.
To learn more about SeaWorld San Diego’s enhanced health and safety measures and what guests can expect when they arrive at the park, they can visit www.seaworldsandiego.com/safety.