Wave Breaker, SeaWorld's new Rescue Coaster in Texas

Please note: My family and I received complimentary admission to the SeaWorld San Antonio VIP preview party for the purposes of riding and reviewing their new roller coaster. However, all opinions are mine. Thank you for supporting the organizations and brands that support San Antonio Mom Blogs!

On the eve of its grand opening to the public, my daughter, sister, niece and I attended the VIP preview party for SeaWorld’s new Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster in San Antonio. After learning about the park’s latest roller coaster during their Seven Seas Wine and Food Festival this past spring, I couldn’t wait to ride it! I haven’t been much of a coaster junkie since my late 20s but this one looked to be pretty tame so I gave it a go. Imagine my surprise when Wave Breaker turned out to be faster and more exhilarating that I ever dreamed!

Inspired by the SeaWorld Rescue Team and its efforts, which have helped to rescue and rehabilitate more than 30,000 animals over the company’s 50 year history, Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster seats riders into wave runners then flies them at 44 miles per hour over water, simulating a heart racing rescue effort. Riders must be at least 48″ tall to ride Wave Breaker.

When we exited the ride, my knees were weak and I felt a bit dizzy. This new ride isn’t just a step up from the toddler-friendly Shamu Express. Wave Breaker is a bonafide roller coaster with surprising twists and turns that’ll keep you gasping and screaming with delight. I can’t wait to ride it again.

Here’s San Antonio Mom Blog’s closer look at this awesome new ride:

And, you can also check out the San Antonio Mom Blogs Facebook Live video of the Wave Breaker VIP preview and festivities.

Head out to SeaWorld San Antonio this summer to check out the one-of-a-kind Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster. It’s a heart racer!

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