Scarboroughs' New Water Attraction
A giant £14 million Alpamare water park is opening in Scarborough. The park will be situated on Burniston Road and is set to open on 28th July 2016, it is said to be the size of 5 football pitches,
it has been billed as 'like nothing seen before'
The east coast attraction is situated on the same road as the open air theatre and will be a major highlight for children in the Hull and East Yorkshire throughout the summer holidays.
Dr Anton Hoefter - Alpamare Chief Executive Officer has said "Yorkshire is a truly amazing county and we are confident that we are delivering a truly amazing, all-year-round attraction for the county and the UK to be proud of"
The park is now on countdown to opening and they can't wait to welcome their first visitors through the door.
The Infinity Pool boasts massage jets, whirlpools and bubble benches. It will have a terrace overlooking Scarboroughs' coastline and landscaped gardens, it will also have sunbeds, a pool bar and restaurant
The Black Hole
The Black Hole is the steepest and fastest ride on the complex, it is said to reach speeds up to 50km per hour - as fast as a galloping horse, I'm sure you will agree this will definitely be a ride for the brave.
The Snow Storm
This gravity defying ride is sure to get your heart racing, halfway through the ride there is a sudden 14.2m drop. If you are not brave enough to ride this slide solo you can take the terrifying plunge with family or friends in a four person boat. It will be pumping 20,900 litres of water per minute, a four person inflatable will shoot riders down over 14m of twists and turns in to the pool below.
This ride has been designed and based on the world famous death defying crested run in St Moritz, it has ski slope equivalent of a black run and shares an 11m drop with the black hole, riders will be propelled head first on a racing mat.
This is a double inflatable ride and is the largest family friendly slide. It is 116.2m and is one of the UK'S longest, it is rated as a ski slope equivalent of a blue run.
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