Published: December 6, 2013 at 8:55 PMGrrr, almost makes me we wanna take a trip home...
Any word if anythings happening with the old Bermuda Triangle slot?
Published: December 6, 2013 at 8:59 PMChad,
Storm Coaster was built on the old Bermuda Triangle spot. Sorry, forgot to mention that.
Published: December 7, 2013 at 5:15 AMNormally, I would never judge a roller coaster (or any type of ride for that matter) from watching a video. But ths appears to be one of the lamest, least thrilling, boring rides I've ever seen.
Published: December 7, 2013 at 12:12 PMI agree, this appears to have very little payoff, no story, or any extreme splash. It seems to be in between a bunch of different genres of rides, but couldn't figure out what it wanted to be.
Published: December 8, 2013 at 3:49 AMHey now! I feel I must stand up for the Storm Coaster just a tad. It is an Australian first water-coaster and the level of theming that has taken place here is amazing. You truly can't tell the true ride experience just by the POV. Entering the queue you are immediately placed not a storm ravaged container port.. Windows show a storm raging outside. Boarding your vessel you head to the roller coaster section and splash down in the hull of a sinking ship. With audio, wind, fire (unfortunately not in operation during soft opening - when this video was taken) and a lot of drenching moments which is perfect for our Gold Coast summer, this is one ride not to be dismissed by a POV stuck to the front of it.
Here's a good video showing most of the action
Published: December 9, 2013 at 2:40 PMI thought the ride looked cool and wish we had more family friendly type rides like these in America.... I guess it's in perspective sometimes (nothing with the words giga or hyper in front of it would draw me to a theme park).