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Aqualand Maspalomas Owned by the Aspro Group, Aqualand boasts a total of


13 outlets in France, Spain (where it is the nation’s largest waterpark operator) and Portugal. King Cobra opens at Aquland El Arenal, in Mallorca, this month.


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Aqualand Costa Adeje Aqualand Costa Adeje


Polin welcomes IAAPA delegates to


Turkey To date, Polin Waterparks & Pool Systems boasts over 2,500 slides and attractions in 93 countries across the globe, served by its offices in Turkey, Russia, Montenegro. Macedonia and Morocco. Naturally, the manufacturer has a strong presence in its home country, where it has completed no fewer than 825 attractions. Delegates attending the IAAPA


Europe Spring Forum this month will be able to see some of those first hand by signing up for the post-tour on May 23, Polin being an official sponsor of the event. Visits are scheduled to the Crystal


Waterworld and Rixos Premium Tekirova resorts, home to Polin’s first Surf Safari attraction. The company in fact has


Aqualand Costa Adeje


attractions at three Crystal resorts in the Antalya region. Pictured here is the Sphere slide at Crystal Aura Beach Resort & Spa. This streamlined version of Polin’s giant Magic Sphere is a two-person slide that begins with a steep drop, and the high-speed journey whisks riders on a dizzying ride around the interior of one sphere before taking them through a tunnel slide to the next sphere. Sounds like fun to us!


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