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'''Max & Moritz''' is a [[steel]] [[dueling]] [[roller coaster]] currently [[under construction]] at [[Efteling]] in the Netherlands. Little is known about the ride other than that it will be manufactured by [[Mack Rides]], will be a dueling roller coaster manufactured by [[Mack Rides]], will be replacing [[Bob]] and will be opening in 2020.
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'''Max & Moritz''' is a [[steel]] [[dueling]] [[powered coaster]] currently [[under construction]] at [[Efteling]] in the Netherlands. Little is known about the ride other than that it will be manufactured by [[Mack Rides]], will be a dueling roller coaster manufactured by [[Mack Rides]], will be replacing [[Bob]] and will be opening in 2020.
 
==History==
 
==History==
 
On {{date|October 9, 2018}}, Efteling announced that Bob would reopen after an extended period of downtime. However the announcement went on to say that Bob would close permenently in 2019 and a new roller coaster, Max & Moritz, would take its place for 2020.<ref name="efteling">{{cite web|url=https://www.efteling.com/nl/blog/nieuws/20181009-nieuwe-achtbaan-max-en-moritz-vervangt-bob|title=New roller coaster Max & Moritz will replace Bob in 2020|publisher=Efteling}}</ref>
 
On {{date|October 9, 2018}}, Efteling announced that Bob would reopen after an extended period of downtime. However the announcement went on to say that Bob would close permenently in 2019 and a new roller coaster, Max & Moritz, would take its place for 2020.<ref name="efteling">{{cite web|url=https://www.efteling.com/nl/blog/nieuws/20181009-nieuwe-achtbaan-max-en-moritz-vervangt-bob|title=New roller coaster Max & Moritz will replace Bob in 2020|publisher=Efteling}}</ref>
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Max & Moritz
Track
Max
Moritz
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Efteling
Location Kaatshuevel, North Brabant, Netherlands
Status Under construction
Opened 2020
Replaced Bob
Statistics
Manufacturer Mack Rides
Type Steel - Twin
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Max & Moritz is a steel dueling powered coaster currently under construction at Efteling in the Netherlands. Little is known about the ride other than that it will be manufactured by Mack Rides, will be a dueling roller coaster manufactured by Mack Rides, will be replacing Bob and will be opening in 2020.

History[edit | edit source]

On October 9, 2018, Efteling announced that Bob would reopen after an extended period of downtime. However the announcement went on to say that Bob would close permenently in 2019 and a new roller coaster, Max & Moritz, would take its place for 2020.[1]

Theme[edit | edit source]

Max & Moritz will be based on the 1865 German story of the same name. As such, one track will be called Max and the other Moritz, after the two boys in the story.[1]

References[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]