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Seaworld Sky Fortress Safety

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by Aidan Caddies (subscribe)
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Published August 19th 2015
All your questions answered about Seaworld's Sky Fortress
For those you who haven't yet been to Seaworld Sky Fortress, here are a few things about it that may help if you are looking to go there with younger children.

Height: The ropes and playground underneath are of a safe and moderate height from the ground, so its not skyscraper tall!

Safety: The ropes are weaved in a way so that it is extremely secure, held by more ropes and a playground underneath. I am around 47kgs, and the ropes barely move when I walk on them. Adult members of my family (including my Grandmother) have walked along the ropes and the playground and had the same result. SeaWorld has made sure the ropes are very safe.

Here is a photo taken by my Mother (AlliraCaddies on WN) at the Sky Fortress in SeaWorld. The photo was taken directly on the ropes, and is a picture of my grandmother and younger sister.

Other play-time options: If the ropes aren't yours or your child's favourite thing, there's a pirate ship and water-guns nearby. Not to mention cute little penguins just a few enclosures away.

Leaving children unattended: It is safe to leave children over the age of 7 unattended on the ropes and playground. As I said, the ropes are extremely secure and in place, so there wont be any emergency incidents. Just make sure to check on them every now and then.

Let us know if there's anything else you can tell WN readers about the Sky Fortress if you have been there before.
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