Monday, 25 August 2014

Manta (Roller Coaster) in SeaWorld Orlando

By Raj Thakkar  |  08:50 No comments

 Manta is a flying Roller Coaster at SeaWorld Orlando. In my previous article i told you about Kraken Roller Coaster of SeaWorld Orlando. Today I will tell you about Manta roller Coaster which is thrilling as much as Kraken. Manta Roller Coaster puts guests into horizontal flying position and then hoisted up 140 feet. 
Manta Roller Coaster

 This Journey of Manta Roller Coaster includes 4 thrilling inversions with maximum speed of 56 miles per hour. In-Line Twist, Pretzel loop and two corkscrews are the four inversions in journey of Manta Roller Coaster. Everyone can not sit in this thrilling ride. Your height must be more then or equal to 52 inches to sit in this ride.Manta is opened in 2009 at SeaWorld Orlando. Since 2009 people are enjoying the thrill of Manta Roller Coaster. You must be willing to know the full specifications of Manta Roller Coaster. Following are the full details about Manta Roller Coaster.
Manta Roller Coaster

Ride Specification
  • Duration - 2 minutes 35 seconds
  • Passengers per train - 32
  • Maximum Speed - 56 mph
  • Length - 3359 feet
  • Height - 140 feet
  • Total Inversions - 4
  • Pretzel Loop - 1
  • In-Line Twist - 1
  • Corkscrews - 2
  • Required Height for sit in ride - 52 inch
 So friends above are the full specifications about Manta Roller Coaster which is attraction of SeaWorld Orlando. If anyone is planning to enjoy their holiday in Florida, United States Of America, then i would like to suggest you a SeaWorld Orlando theme park for enjoy your holiday. If anyone had sit in this ride he/she can share their experience over here in comment box. I hope this article about Manta Roller Coaster is helpful to you. Have a nice day.

Author: Raj Thakkar

Raj Thakkar is a Blogger (By Choice) from Bhuj.He has completed his B.Tech. CE from Ganpat University. He is addicted to web development.

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