Dubai water park is set to become one of the biggest in the world thanks to a new 112ft tower that will house TWELVE slides
- The Atlantis Aquaventure on Palm Island will expand by 30% with the opening of new attractions in 2020
- A new 112ft tower called the Trident Tower will be built, which will feature 12 brand new water slides
- The expanded section will also feature a new children’s area, with four mini versions of adult rides
A Dubai water park is set to become one of the biggest in the world – by installing a 112ft tower that will house 12 slides.
Atlantis Aquaventure water park at Palm Island already has 20 rides and rivers spread across 17 hectares. The new attractions, when they’re finished in the summer of 2020, will expand the park by 30 per cent.
It is promised that the new rides will ‘entertain everyone from little daredevils to water park veterans’.
A rendering of the new Trident Tower that is set to open at the Atlantis Aquaventure theme park in Dubai in the summer of 2020
The tower will be called ‘Trident Tower’ and will be the third of its kind to open at the water park.
One of its new slides will be the Mammoth Blast, which is described as a ‘449-metre family adventure water coaster that delivers uncompromising force at unprecedented speeds’.
Riders will enjoy the slide on rafts and will experience back-to-back curves, drops and uphill climbs powered by water propulsion technology.
Another headline act will be the dueling Pipeline Blast/Flying Saucer 20 hybrid ride.
Driven by ‘patented sequential jets’, this high-speed slide will rocket dueling guests through gravity-defying turns and around wide-open saucer features at maximum velocity.
While the new Rally Racer 32 slide will allow guests to race each other to the bottom on neighbouring lanes.
The 112ft Trident Tower will feature 12 new water slides. It is promised that the new rides will ‘entertain everyone from little daredevils to water park veterans’
There will also be an updated version of the Leap of Faith slide, comprising two lanes rather than one with each dropping the guest more than 34 metres (111ft) at stomach-churning speeds.
The expanded section of the water park will also feature a new children’s area, with highlights including four mini versions of adult rides.
Young ones will also be able to traverse the new Kidz Tornado 24 and the Kidz Bowl 14 slides.
The Leap of Faith slide that is already open in the park. The expansion will see an updated version of the slide open comprising two lanes rather than one with each dropping the guest more than 34 metres at stomach-churning speeds
One of the towers that is currently open at the Atlantis Aquaventure park. It is called the Tower of Poseidon and has four slides
Tim Kelly, executive vice president and managing director at Atlantis The Palm and The Royal Atlantis, said: ‘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 natural next step in providing the best experience possible.
‘We have carefully curated each attraction to ensure that we deliver first-of-its-kind ride technology for children, families and thrill-seekers alike.
‘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.’
Aquaventure’s expansion project will coincide with the opening of the The Royal Atlantis Resort and Residences, which is also set to open in 2020. Pictured is how the Atlantis resort in Dubai currently looks
Aquaventure’s expansion project will coincide with the opening of The Royal Atlantis Resort and Residences in 2020.
It will comprise two properties, a 1.5 mile stretch of private beach, 35 restaurants and bars and a beach and nightclub.
Totalling 43 storeys, The Royal Atlantis will also be home to 231 luxury apartments, 795 luxury hotel rooms, more than 90 swimming pools and a rooftop Skypool, suspended 90 metres (295ft) above the resort.