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Park News


Coventry water park


name revealed The upcoming water park in Coventry, which is due to open to the public in early 2019, finally has a name – The Wave. The name was derived from the building’s modern design. The water park is estimated to cost £36.7m, and will


feature nine water slides by Turkish supplier Polin Waterparks. Next year, visitors will be able to ride the Navigator, a waterpark roller coaster inside a tube, and the Speed Slide with its drop of 20m. Inside the building, the design stacks facilities vertically rather than horizontally, meaning that most of the water features and high-thrill rides will be on the building’s upper levels.


A first look at Legoland New York Resort


M


erlin Entertainment has provided a peek at the upcoming $350m Legoland New York Resort via a mini-model of the park made up of over 135,00 Lego bricks.


The Factory will greet guests in 2020 as they pass under the iconic arch. Their first stop is the Great Lego Adventure, a ride exclusive to Legoland New York. In Bricktopia, visitors can work with Master Model Builders to create their own Lego designs and put them to the test to see if they float, fly, or can stand up against the Earthquake Table. Aspiring ninjas can try their hand at Spinjitzu in Lego Ninjago World before embarking on Ninjago: The Ride. Heartlake City is the home of the Lego Friends, and guests will get to meet them before taking a balloon ride over Pinefall Woods. A royal welcome waits at Knights’ Kingdom, home of the Lego Castle and the


Dragon Coaster, where younger knights can help baby dragons learn to fly at Dragon Rider School. Lego City lets guests become firefighters at Rescue Academy or attend Lego Driving School to get their official Legoland driver’s license. At Pirate Shores, little buccaneers can climb aboard a galleon or take a trip on the Rogue Wave Riders then round off the day at Miniland.


Brogent Technology unveils Flyover China


August 8 saw the grand opening of the Brogent Technology flying theatre attraction, Flyover China, at the Shijingshan Amusement Park in Beijing. Guests board one of seven gondolas for a ten-minute flight, sitting with their feet dangling up to 12m in the air, facing a 20m diameter hemispherical screen. Brogent CEO C.H. Ouyang mentioned that the theatre is operated by Brogent


together with China, and that the opening is the start of a more long-term partnership. The i-Ride system has a capacity of 70 guests per show, and electric actuators


move seven motion base modules with six degrees of freedom. Each gondola provides seating


for 10 guests, who may experience special effects like wind, mist and different aromas. Brogent also launched its new


m-ride (pictured) at the 2018 Asian Attractions Expo; a new flying theatre design comprised of rotating gondolas that can turn 180 degrees. Each seat on the m-ride boasts a panoramic view of the domed screen, and agile swing, pitch, and yaw movements.


12 OCTOBER 2018


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