Six Flags Marine World (June 8th, 2002)

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Tuesday, June 18, 2002 4:58 PM
Good job Verigo. But the atmosphere at PGA is a lot better than SFMW. SFMW doesn't have any sort of drop ride eather. I hate the park layout of SFMW. With everything right next to each other it gets really boring. And PGA just seems like theres more to do. But, I love both parks and I'm glad their there.

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"I took the highway to the danger zone"

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Wednesday, June 19, 2002 6:48 AM

NorCal Kid1 said:
Good job Verigo. But the atmosphere at PGA is a lot better than SFMW. SFMW doesn't have any sort of drop ride eather. I hate the park layout of SFMW. With everything right next to each other it gets really boring. And PGA just seems like theres more to do. But, I love both parks and I'm glad their there.

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"I took the highway to the danger zone"



Well, if you mean coasters, yes they are right next to each other because of the zoning limitations. Rides from 120'-150' can only go in the front, and rides from 120' to 90' can't go beyond that hill whihc the stadium rest on, so they are in a tight position, but considering that all the rides can't be reached from the front of the park and there great job in secluding Cobra and Kong from Medusa, I really don't have to complain that much. For me, the landscaping is what gives Marine World the boost in this category, even though Great America does the better job in seperating their major attractions, it's the thrill that I'm still looking for at Great America. Frantically, there's not a hole lot of it to suit an enthusiasts.

Advantage:Agreed completely. For a group outing or family trip, nothing beats the fun atmosphere of Paramount Great America, but if you're a hardcore enthusiasts or teens just going for thrills, you gotta' side with Marineworld.

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