Keep in mind that the Aqua Trax train never actually does come in contact with the water. Matterhorn's bobsleds have more contact than Atlantis does.
I don't know about this Robb. From this picture you posted it sure looks like the car comes in contact with water? I know it doesn't plunge into a big pool of water or anything, but wouldn't that be the same as if there was rain on the track. I'd have to agree with what someone else said that it is CF policy to close the rides due to the Magnum accident.
Ugh, that's not what I meant.
Wes41190 wrote:Robb meant a splashdown pool like the Matterhorn has.
THANK YOU WES for actually understanding what I meant!!!
Yes of course there is water all around being that it is build in a lake, but I meant that it doesn't have a "water element" like a splashdown or anything traditional of a water coaster or a water ride. The only 'water element' is when someone from the ride sticks their arm out to spray the water from the fountains. Only then does it come in contact with the train (See Elissa's photos above) and if you aren't sitting in front of someone who puts their hand out, you don't actually get wet! I thought I had already explained this. Must have been a language barrier I guess.
--Robb "I really didn't think that needed explaining, but whatever...." Alvey