1. How does the blocking work? Is it like coasters with block brakes, or like on a water ride?
2. Why isn't there many water coasters around the world? Just look at how nice Poseidon at Europa Park looks. They aren't overly expensive and can offer a thrill like no other coaster or water ride. Your thoughts?
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Rome wasn't built in a day to answer the second question. But I think Mack's water coasters are doing very well for the moment. Their latest water coaster SuperSplash at Tusenfryd just opened and they're currently constructing a Poseidon clone at SaigoMax park in South Korea. And next year or if it was 2005, the other Sea World park will open the second Atlantis water coaster.
On BSF, it is just one continus (sp?) circuit which works very well for the coaster. In the first part of the ride, it is all water, like a rapids ride almost. Then there is the convesion to the coaster. After some actual coaster ride, there is the lift, then the drop. After the drop, the "johnboat" is still on tracks all the way back to the station.
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