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Take a look at the first floorless diving roller coaster in California

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Take a look at the first floorless diving roller coaster in California

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Coming soon to SeaWorld San Diego, the tallest, fastest and longest diving roller coaster in California.

Named the Emperor’s Roller Coaster, the ride “will mimic the scuba diving ability of the iconic Emperor Penguin, the world’s tallest penguin, and take thrill seekers on an exhilarating journey through highs, lows, twists and turns never before seen by the State of California,” the theme park said in a press release.

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Pictured is SeaWorld San Diego’s new roller coaster, the Emperor.
(Credit: Sea World Parks)

Take a look at the first floorless diving roller coaster in California

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Pictured is SeaWorld San Diego’s new roller coaster, the Emperor.
(Credit: Sea World Parks)

The attraction opens March 12 and will be the state’s first and only floorless diving roller coaster. Riders will climb 153 feet and “dive through a 143-foot face-down vertical drop, accelerating to over 60 miles per hour,” SeaWorld said. The Emperor coaster also features inversions, rolls, Immelmann loop, and more.

Take a look at the first floorless diving roller coaster in California

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Pictured is SeaWorld San Diego’s new roller coaster, the Emperor.
(Credit: Sea World Parks)

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