Max & Moritz (Efteling)

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Max & Moritz
The Max train
Location Kaatshuevel, North Brabant, Netherlands
Coordinates 51°38′53″N 5°02′51″E / 51.648047°N 5.047422°E / 51.648047; 5.047422
Park section Anderrijk – Andergebergte
Status Operating since 20 June 2020
Cost €15,000,000
Soundtrack Yes, by Audiocult
Replaced Bob
Manufacturer Mack Rides
Designer / calculations Robert Jaap Jansen
Type Steel - Twin - Family
Max Moritz
Height 6 metres 6 metres
Speed 36 km/h 36 km/h
Length 300 metres 300 metres
Inversions 0 0
Drop angle 40° 40°
Duration 2:30 2:30
G-force 1.8 1.8

Max & Moritz is a steel twin powered coaster currently operating at Efteling in the Netherlands. it replaced Bob and opened on 20 June 2020, with passholder peviews starting on 4 June.[1]



On 9 October 2018, Efteling announced that Bob would reopen after an extended period of downtime. However, the announcement went on to say that Bob would close permanently in 2019 and a new roller coaster, Max & Moritz, would take its place for 2020.[2]

Max & Moritz reuses Bob's station building.


Max & Moritz is based on the 1865 German story of the same name. As such, one track is called Max and the other Moritz, after the two boys in the story.[2]

For the opening of the ride, Efteling has launched a range of merchandise including t-shirts, magnets, and a limited edition pin badge set.[3]



  1. "Efteling blog: Max & Moritz opening dates".
  2. 2.0 2.1 "New roller coaster Max & Moritz will replace Bob in 2020". Efteling.
  3. "Nieuwe souvenirs Max & Moritz". Efteling.

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