That's right, finally, someone is building an AquaTrax. It's just virtual though, sorry.Last edited by Jeff, Tuesday, October 10, 2017 2:46 PM
Clearly, that's a Mack water coaster. And you thought you could pull a fast one over on us...
Didn't "water coaster" become interchangeable with "AquaTrax" at some point? I don't know what the kids are doing these days.
Don’t forget about the functional picnic tables. We’ve only been waiting for 18 years!
I don't know, either. Probably. I actually had to google water coasters to see who made that style
Isn't the Mack watercoaster the only one that can actually float off the track without any problems?
I know that with Buzzsaw Falls water coaster it did not work too well, the version in Finnland ( vonkaoutous has a 100% closed track.
Also the Aqua-trax from Intamin always has tracks, in fact the track is above water all the time.
And we better not write about the "Vliegende Hollander" ;)
The new Intamin water coasters can float. Think Pilgrims Plunge but with a coaster section before the splashdown. There’s a few in Europe and one in China.Wednesday, October 11, 2017 7:34 PM
ah yes... but those are not called Aquatrax.
I have sofar never seen nor riding such a model.... looking at the photos, it looks like a combination of 2 tracktypes. in the first drop it is a " regular" rollercoaster track in the track very similiar to the Mack-watercoastertrack I can't see the upstopwheels.. on Mackwatercoasters those are very small
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