It's real. Imagine a Intamin blitz but with hydraulic seats. At least thats according to the patent.Is the main reason this is thought to be the Surf track the colour? From my untrained eye it looks like completely normal B&M track so will be interesting to see if the trains are anything different (if this is indeed for Seaworld).
Now that I think about it, was there ever confirmation that the Surf Coaster is actually a thing, and not just a rumour that grew legs?
Many thanks for the update though, always appreciated!
As of now, yes, that's the only driving theory. The closer pictures on the previous thread don't give any info on what it's for. Until someone gets a crystal clear photo of the white label, then it'll remain up in the air until it (maybe) shows up at SWO. If that track shows "SF-A" on the white label, then it's about as good of confirmation as possible.Is the main reason this is thought to be the Surf track the colour?
Some of the more seasoned track plant enthusiasts are saying that these pieces have more crossties than usual. I personally don’t see much of a difference, but it’s far too early for production to start on the Legoland China junior wing coasters. Hence, my cash is with everyone else’s that this track is going to be put within reach of the Florida influencer paparazzi.As of now, yes, that's the only driving theory. The closer pictures on the previous thread don't give any info on what it's for.
I'm going July/Aug (obviously not expecting it to be opening this year)Oh for God's sake, bloody Florida. Why is it every time you even think about booking a trip to Florida, something gets announced that makes it worth hanging on for just that little bit longer, just another few months...
Never bloody get there at this rate.
Does my bloody head in.