wow I don't think till now I appreciated how much coaster they have managed to fit in such a small space, I'm getting boardwalk bullet vibes. I love how it goes over and under itself so much which should give some great head choppers.
Some great up close shots of Leviathan from a Parkz news article, see the full article below and it's an interesting read. Not much is happening on site currently with only a few workers there until it ramps up early next year for the 2022 opening.
Sea World's Leviathan is looking more and more like a fully realised roller coaster as it inches closer and closer to its delayed 2022 opening date.
Some of the pictures from the article:
The trains are on site and they look great.
That first drop looks pretty steep.
The station will be fully enclosed when built and its stated that Sea World really hopes to make an impact with Leviathan in the theming department with the final themed ride being vastly different from the initial artists impressions. .
The main entrance and exit passes through the structure.
There's a total of ten crossover points.
The ride has quite a few airtime hills and moments of negative g-forces, around 20 in total.
More great pictures.
Also Trident is ready for its installation once Leviathan is at a stage where the two projects won't obstruct each other.