It looks like Sea World is joining the movement to survey guests about possible reopening measures and how they feel about them. Universal Orlando did something similar a few weeks ago.
The questions range from How concerned are you about the Coronavirus to what types of attractions would you feel comfortable visiting? They ask guests when they would feel comfortable returning to their parks. But several focus on asking guests how they feel about the procedures or time lines for a summer opening. This could possibly be a look into what the theme parks are thinking for a time frame and it reiterates what we’ve been hearing about possible safety measures they are considering.
Here are the screenshots from All Central Florida on Twitter
Question 10 asks guests how long it will take until they feel comfortable vising certain attractions.
Then asks the same question for several attraction types: Beaches, Zoos or Aquariums, Theme Parks, Restaurants, Movie Theaters, Public Transportation, Bowling Alleys and Family Fun Centers, Sporting Events, Water Parks, Shopping Malls, Domestic Travel, International Travel, Hotels or House Rentals,
Then they started asking more specific questions about how long guests would wait to visit upon reopening.
After those questions they started to ask guests what safety measures would make you feel “safe.”
Sea World then asks guests how they would feel about specific safety measures that could be implemented including: Required face masks, required attraction seat wipedowns between guests, seating guests every other row and every other seat in an attraction, suspending parades and night-time shows, virtual queues for most attractions, touch-free payment methods for food, merchandise, and parking and attraction closures for attractions that can’t be social distanced safely.
The survey concludes by asking guests how likely it would be for them to return this summer if safety measures were put into place and asking what guests would like to hear more about moving forward.
It’s an interesting glimpse into how theme parks are gathering and processing information about potential opening dates and proceedures.
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