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ORLANDO (CBSMiami) – If you’re a roller coaster fan, you’ll definitely want to circle June 10th on your calendar.

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That’s the day SeaWorld Orlando’s new hypercoaster “Mako” will officially open.

Designed by Bolliger & Mabillard for airtime and speed, Mako hits heights of 200 feet tall, speeds up to 73mph and have a 4,760 run length – making it the tallest, fastest and longest coaster in Orlando.

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Each coaster car will be equipped with special ‘fast wheels’ – comprised of a special compound that reduces friction – for a smooth, relentlessly fast, ride from beginning to end. The only safety restraint on the cars will be a lap guard for the rider’s lower body, so their bodies are free for added mobility and “airtime”

Mako is the centerpiece of the park’s new two-acre shark-themed realm which also includes Shark Encounter, Sharks Underwater Grill, gift shops, and shark-and shipwreck-themed educational experiences.

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SeaWorld Orlando got into the roller coaster game in 2000 with Kraken which stands 149ft tall and hits a top speed of 65 mph. It’s Orlando’s only floorless coaster. In 2009, guest got to going flying on SeaWorld Orlando’s Manta.