Here's What You Need To Know About SeaWorld Abu Dhabi

  • Publish date: Friday، 12 November 2021 Last update: Saturday، 20 November 2021
Here's What You Need To Know About SeaWorld Abu Dhabi
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SeaWorld Abu Dhabi opens to the public today offering the next generation of marine life theme parks and Yas Island’s latest mega-development.

The marine-life park, is set to feature the world’s largest and most expansive marine aquarium and the new Yas SeaWorld Research and Rescue Center.

SeaWorld Abu Dhabi, is home to the world’s largest and most expansive marine-life aquarium, containing 25 million litres of water and housing more than 68,000 marine animals, including sharks, schools of fish, manta rays and sea turtles.

A main focal view of the aquarium presents visitors with the "Endless Vista", an impressive 20m tall vertical window across multiple levels revealing stunning aquatic scenes.

Yas SeaWorld Research

Building off SeaWorld’s extensive research and rescue expertise, the Yas SeaWorld Research and Rescue Center acts as advanced knowledge hub focusing on indigenous Gulf and marine life ecosystems.

Rescue Center

The facility is the first dedicated marine research, rescue, rehabilitation and return center in the UAE. It will integrate with SeaWorld’s ongoing efforts related to research, rescue, conservation, and education.

Reservation

Accessible to visitors by reservation, the Research and Rescue Center will also demonstrate the work from resident scientists and researchers.

"Endless Ocean"

The "Endless Ocean" themed aquarium encapsulates the expanse and scale of the marine display for guests and is one element featured within a unified "One Ocean" experience, interlinking six distinct realms throughout the marine-life park.

Here's What You Need To Know About SeaWorld Abu Dhabi

"One Ocean"

The "One Ocean" narrative will augment the park’s ability to simulate the natural habitats of different species, living harmoniously as they would in the wild.

Spanning the floor area of 183,000 square meters (m2), across five indoor levels, SeaWorld Abu Dhabi’s design leverages SeaWorld’s more than 55 years of experience in marine research, conservation, and animal welfare.