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Park News www.parkworld-online.com Dutch Wonderland unveils Merlin’s Mayhem D


utch Wonderland, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, added their first suspended family roller


coaster, Merlin’s Mayhem, when the park opened their season on April 28. Originally scheduled to open in 2017, construction delays pushed the opening of this $7.5 million ride to this year. Merlin’s Mayhem will allow guests to experience the twists and turns of an enchanted journey with Dutch Wonderland’s friendly magician, Merlin.


Families join Merlin on a 1,300


foot long high-flying adventure in search of his dragon friend, Mayhem, who has disappeared into the park. Thematic events, beginning in the queue, reveal the story of Mayhem and Merlin. Once guests board the ride, Merlin will begin giving clues and encouragement through on-board audio over the seats. As the enchanted flying machine returns to the station, the mischievous Mayhem is safely reunited with Merlin.


New virtual experience at Efteling Efteling has launched a new


virtual experience on one of the park’s main attractions, the dark ride Droomvlucht, making the ride accessible to disabled visitors. For safety reasons, Droomvlucht was the only large attraction at Efteling that could not be experienced by guests with a physical disability, however this has changed with the launch of Virtual Droomvlucht. Virtual Droomvlucht will replicate the original ride, offering guests the same experience by connecting disabled visitors with their friends on the ride through headphones and microphones so that they may see, and feel the same sensations.


The combination of VR, the audio equipment, as well as


other techniques, makes it possible to experience Droomvlucht virtually and as a group. Annemarie Verbunt is a regular Efteling guest. Her disability made it impossible for her to experience the dark ride Droomvlucht. Last week Annemarie had a trial run and her response was enthusiastic: "I am so happy to be able to experience this. I've been looking forward to the day that I could experience Droomvlucht for 25 years. Virtual Droomvlucht really is a complete sensory experience, thanks to the smell and wind effects but also the contact with my friends who are on the gondola. What a beautiful attraction!"


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Seaside debut for Barcos Del Mar at Hansa Park


Hansa Park have unveiled the latest family friendly offering to the park – Barcos Del Mar, an interactive sidecar ride developed in partnership with Italian ride manufacturer, Technical Park. The ride accommodates 16 guests over a height of 0.9 metres, extending Hansa Park’s portfolio of attractions made to bring differing generations of the family together in fun. Hansa Park commented that Technical Park’s reputation for high-quality design and ability to turn concepts into fully realised attractions was pivotal in their decision to pursue a partnership. Barcos Del Mar is one of a number of new attractions planned for the park in the coming years.


JUNE 2018


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