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  • Court Upholds Settlement in Landmark Drowning Case

    Marking further action in a case that has established a significant legal precedent, the Federal District Court in Miami ruled that the Monticello Insurance Company is liable for the $5.75 million settlement in the 1997 drownings of Zachary Breaux and Eug

  • Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark

    Aquatica, SeaWorld’s waterpark opened in 2008 as the first major new theme park addition to the Orlando, Fla., area in nearly a decade.

  • Morcom Aquatic Center - Florida State University

    Morcom Aquatics Center is Florida State University’s new,100,000-squrae-foot athletic complex.

  • Waterpark Resort Earns Green Lodging Certification

    The Nickelodeon Family Suites in Orlando has been recognized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection with a Green Lodging Certification for environmentally friendly hotel practices

  • Slips, Falls Behind Most Theme Park Lawsuits

    In a review of 477 personal injury lawsuits filed against Orlando, Fla’s. three largest theme park companies, the Orlando Sentinel found approximately half were slip-and-fall incidents.

  • Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark

    When Aquatica, SeaWorld’s waterpark, opened last spring it was the first major new park addition to the Orlando area in nearly a decade.

  • Adventure Island

    Adventure Island is Tampa Bay’s only waterpark. Located across the street from Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, the 30-acre waterpark features a combination of high-speed rides and low-key attractions in a tropical Key West-inspired atmosphere.

  • The Wave Maker

    George Millay, the creative founder of Sea World (San Diego, Ohio & Florida), Magic Mountain (Valencia, CA) and the first waterpark in the world, Wet ’n Wild in Orlando, was one of the most….

  • Casting a Wide Net

    Nickelodeon Family Suites in Orlando, Fla., often saw numerous people come by its Web site and transition from site visitors to hotel visitors

  • Curt Caffey | CNL Lifestyle Co.

    The industry may face a rough 2009, but Curt Caffey, vice president of investments at CNL Lifestyle Co. in Orlando, Fla., says today?s economic problems are ultimately a short-term thing.