We still don't really know what Die-Vertical will be. I am confused, is this thing Vekoma/Mack/Intamin? I just want to find out what this will be. If I remember from Italian class I think "IL BRIVIDO SFRECCIA SULL'ACQUA" translates as:
The thrill of speed on the water.
I think this means it will be a coaster located on top of the water such as Krake at Heide Park (I am not saying it will be a dive machine).
It seems it either will be a B&M Dive Coaster with a splashdown or a Mack Water Coaster.
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Yeah, I also started thinking of a Mack water coaster. I'm still hoping for the Intamin prototype, but it would seem smarter of them to just get the one that have proven to be working and successful already.
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On the official Mirabilandia Facebook page there's a message saying that December 12th will be D-Day. From a comment it seems that they will reveal another detail about the new coaster. So keep your expectation low and this might end up being something good.
What we know so far: - The official name will be Divertical. - It will be manufactured by INTAMIN; - It will be 55 meters tall (170feet) with a strange 45° drop. - It will be located in a new area of the park wich is located between iSpeed and the dark ride Reset. - It will cost approximately 20M€. - The main element will be water but it won't get people wet. - It will open during the season (I'm not expecting to see it open before the end of June). - It will have a Pilgrim's Plunge style lift system but it will be a roller coaster.
If I wrote something wrong, please forgive me; I just wrote what I remember.
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