RIP the Bell - It was actually a lot of fun! but only 6/8 people every 2 minutes didn't bode well for capacity - and now that Hansa has become a 'must do' park in Europe since Karnan - they just can't sustain a ride with such a low throw-put
I wonder if the new development will utilise a re-theme of there mini log flume (currently viking themed).
Work on Hansa's new area halted during lockdown and it will now be opening 2021. Compared to the other German parks which reopened around the end of May, the state Hansa is in didn't permit them to reopen until last week.
A look at the new rides.
One of the owners, Claudia Leicht, spoke recently in an interview to say an investment programme for the next few years worth 25million euros has been put on hold. Before they continue they must pay off a LfW loan. Source
The park have also introduced some midweek closed days in September when crowds would be low.
The new kids area and rides postponed from last year have been progressing well - however interestingly Hansa Park have renamed Fluch von Novgorod their Eurofighter that opened in 2009. The website hasn't been fully updated yet but the new park map and prospectus confirm it.
The ride is now called.... "Flucht von Novgorod". (Escape from Novgorod - opposed to the previous "Fluch von Novgorod" which meant Curse of Novgorod)