Featured Image Credit: Chad Baumer
By Emily Persico
Welcome to SeaWorld Orlando, where conservation and education take priority over entertainment.
Blue Horizons, a dolphin show run by SeaWorld for 11 years, has been revamped to reflect a new mission. Long gone are the days of theatrical narratives, and dramatic, plot driven music.
The new SeaWorld educates above all else. Now is the time for “Dolphin Days,” a show that debuted in Orlando on April 1st.
SeaWorld has recently introduced a new CEO who is committed to transforming SeaWorld into something that employees and park goers alike can be proud of.
“Our message is what can you do to make a difference in the beautiful world we share,” says Laura Surovik, SeaWorld’s zoological manager.
Dolphin Days stresses the relationship between the dolphins and their trainers while teaching its audience about a dolphin’s natural habitat.
“It’s a much nicer straight-to-the-point show and very positive,” says park goer David Lieberman.
“Dolphin Days is just the beginning of the amazing things that are headed your way here at SeaWorld.”