Flying Super Saturator

Roller coaster in the United States
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Flying Super Saturator
Location Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Status Defunct
Operated April 1, 2000 to August 2008
Cost $4,000,000 USD
Replaced Flying Dutchman
Replaced by Flying Cobras
Manufacturer Setpoint
Product Swing Thing[1]
Type Steel - Suspended
Riders per train 4
Hourly capacity 600
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Height 42.4 feet
Top speed 30 mph
Length 1087 feet
Inversions 0

Flying Super Saturator was a steel suspended roller coaster located at Carowinds in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. It was built by Setpoint and operated from 2000 to 2008. The ride operated on the spot of Flying Dutchman, which closed in 1984.


Flying Super Saturator opened on April 1, 2000. It was the first roller coaster of its kind, allowing riders to dump 4-gallon payloads of water on those Carowinds patrons who ventured underneath the coaster's track. The ride also featured numerous means for the riders to get wet as well, including water curtains, geysers, and numerous ground-mounted water cannons that could be aimed by park guests at passing riders on the coaster.

In 2008, the coaster was demolished to make room for Flying Cobras.[2]



Colour scheme

Yellow track and white supports.


Single cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows, for a total of 4 riders per car. Riders face back-to-back.



  1. "Swing Thing". Setpoint.
  2. "Carowinds removing Super Saturator". Coaster Critic.

External links

Articles on Carowinds