Atlantis Aquaventure plans to become one of the world's biggest waterparks

By Aliheydar_Rzayev Sunday, 12 May 2019 2:14 PM

Atlantis Aquaventure plans to become one of the world's biggest waterparks

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Atlantis Aquaventure will add a third, 34-metre tall tower with 12 slides to the park in the summer of 2020.

The park currently has 20 rides spread across 17 hectares.

The new ‘Trident Tower’ will a number of rides, including a 449-metre family adventure water coaster and a ‘flying saucer’ hybrid ride featuring patented sequential jets that propel passengers.

Aquaventure will also improve of its iconic ‘Leap of Faith’ ride with an updated version on Trident Tower, comprised of two slides rather than one. Each slide will drop guests more than 34 metres.

Additionally, a new kid’s area is being constructed to complement the existing ‘Splasher’s Island’ family zone, with highlighted including four mini-versions of adult rides and a ‘bowl’ experience.

“At Atlantis, we endeavour to deliver amazing experiences and everlasting memories to all of our guests and so enhancing the Atlantis Aquaventure offering is the net natural step in providing the best experience possible,” said Tim Kelly, executive vice president and managing director of Atlantis the Palm and the Royal Atlantis.

“We have carefully curated each attraction to ensure that we deliver first-of-its-kind ride technology for children, families and thrill-seekers alike,” he added. “Trident Tower and its record-breaking slides will be a thrilling addition to the Atlantis experience, and we look forward to the unveiling in summer 2020.”

The addition of Trident Tower will come around the launch of the Royal Atlantis Resort and Residences, which is slated to open in Q3 2020.

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