I'm slightly disappointed that it's a water coaster if I'm honest.
Very interesting indeed, is that the whole project cost? Wonder how themed it will beA Dolancourt, le parc d’attractions Nigloland débute sa saison ce samedi 11 juillet, soit trois mois et demi de retard. Près de 400 ...www.canal32.fr
We learn that the budget for the future coaster is 15 million euros! When you know that let's go Blitz cost 8 less there is something to be enthusiastic about!
Well, Skatteøen cost a little over 8 million €, and that's about 10 years ago.15 million euros for a water coaster kind of feels like a ripoff though. Anyone know how much any of the other Mack water coasters cost?
I suppose. I'm also leaning towards this featuring an elevator lift due to it not seeming to take up that much land compared to other water coasters, which I imagine costs a fair bit more than a chain lift.Well, Skatteøen cost a little over 8 million €, and that's about 10 years ago.
Plus, this looks to have a custom layout and who knows how much they're spending on theming?
It's not unheard of.
That defo looks like water coaster track but doesn't look any different to those that already exist?Today I was close to the Mack factory so I went to say a little hello to that presumably new gen watercoaster track ! (If you can't see it, it's the track part right in the middle of the picture) The theory for this kind of ride at Nigloland seems to be true...View attachment 9374 !
Here's how it looks like with a drawing made by KingRCT3That defo looks like water coaster track but doesn't look any different to those that already exist?
EDIT:- Looks like it has a tri-tube underneath and possibly diagonal facing guide/upstop rails?
I believe the side rails are angled like that so that larger up-stop wheels can be used... Combine that with the truss track, it makes me believe this will be more intense than any other standard Mack Water Coaster we've seen.