Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari is getting the third water coaster in 2020 after having Wildbeest, known as the world longest water coaster, and Mammoth. Let cut to the chase. Let welcome Cheetah Chase, the world’s first launched water coaster and world’s first full circuit racing water coaster!
Cheetah Chase will feature two ProSlide rocketBLAST-powered racing slides total more than 1700 feets of track. The riders will experience a water-powered flat launch as they are racing their families, friends, or anyone toward to the finish line.
Each boat will allow 3 riders at a time to race face-to-face and the launch is the first of its kind. With the rallyPoints where boat will synchorize with one another. Each side also features two FlyingSAUCER element which build a stronger g-forces to make the ride faster and tighter going with the centrifugal force. The boat will travel at 30 feet per second and will have the tallest RocketBlast section standing at 27 feet in the world of its kind.
With a total investment of approximately $7 million, Cheetah Chase is a great new addition to Splashin’ Safari. With existing water coasters, Wildebeest and Mammoth, and now Cheetah Chase, Splashin’ Safari will eventually become the Water Coaster Capital of the world!
Cheetah Chase Dual POV
Cheetah Chase – Fly Around View
Cheetah Chase – Off Ride View
Cheetah Chase – Left Side POV
Cheetah Chase – Right Side POV
Cheetah Chase’s Ride Information & Stats
|Ride Manufacturer:||ProSlide Technology Inc., Ontario, Canada|
|Type:||RocketBLAST water coaster|
|Capacity:||1,650 riders per hour|
|Minimum Height Requirement:||42” to ride with a supervising companion; 48” to ride alone|
|Track Length:||Left: 851, Right 852 (Total 1,703 feet)|
|Highest BLAST:||27 feet|
|Top Speed:||30 feet/second|
Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari has constantly bring new additions to both theme park and water parks to bring guests all over the world to experience the Holiday within the parks and the Safari Adventure in the water park. With the new addition of Cheetah Chase, this will bring thrills for the families as well for the thrill-seekers in sense of racing each other in Splashin’ Safari. I have always been a fan of Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari with their outstanding coaster, The Voyage. I haven’t been back in the park since Wildbeest came was debut in 2010. I’m looking forward to make a trip to Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari again in the future when my kids are tall enough to do these rides to make it fun family trip. I always love the idea of free drinks and sunscreen all day long while visiting the park. I wish other parks follow suit. I think this concept along with the amazing lines ups of attraction make this park unique and stand out on their own against the other parks which make this park even more awesome.