Bayside Skyride – SeaWorld San Diego, CA Main terminal building at the northwestern edge of SeaWorld. Tower 1. Turnaround and launching rails. Entrance to cabin storage. View of the acceleration side at the drive station. Manual turnaround. Leaving SeaWorld station. Drive terminal overview. This lift has only two towers. The top of tower 1. Approaching the tension station. Riders do not have any chance to get off here as it is located outside the park. In the turnaround terminal. Counterweight tensioning below. Depression saddles at the return terminal. Tower 2. T1. Unloading area. Lift line overview. Automated cabin launching. Middle section of the ride. VonRoll 101 grip. Return terminal building. Lift overview. Share this:EmailTwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
I’m surprised the state hasn’t required the park to have an evacuation plan
As per the report, I’m sure they have an evacuation plan in place and it includes using San Diego Fire Department’s Technical Rescue Team and the San Diego Lifeguards Boats as part of the plan.
She’s back in service after some overhaul and repairs it seems.
If you did not know, this lift replaced a pulse gondola. I do not know the company.