Honestly that looks twice as good as I was expecting! Far too short obviously, but there's not much that can be done about that.
Not to mention the hot oil landing in your face! Given the onboard motor and the cog/teeth all along the track, I imagine there’s more of a risk of oil/lube dripping down than normal?It's pretty noisy and there are sun beds directly underneath the track - won't it kind of spoil your relaxation a bit!?
120mph waves suggested in that video!!! I’m hoping the 0 on the end is a typo as that is a full order of magnitude out of what’s possible. Imagine a wave hitting a ship at 120mph! There wouldn’t be anything left.In any case cruise ships can be frightening enough:
People disembark when they get to port so there is no need to run it, that’s what they have done from the beginning of the Mardi Gras sailingI saw Mardi Gras in person today while in Cozumel, Mexico. Never saw the ride run though, probably doesn't in the ports.
Why would you say it's not a credit? You don't count powered coasters? Or do you just mean you didn't get the cred?I saw Mardi Gras in person today while in Cozumel, Mexico. Never saw the ride run though, probably doesn't in the ports.
looks frightening but those ships are very safe, they are designed to cope with those kinds of conditions and keep everyone safe.