|Description||A roller coaster containing notable sections of submersion into water|
|First Installation||Kersplash (1995)|
|Oldest in Operation||Journey To Atlantis (1998)|
|Manufacturers||Mack Rides - Intamin - E&F Miler Industries - Premier Rides|
A water roller coaster, also known as a liquid coaster, is a type of roller coaster that contains sections in which the cars are partially submerged into water, splashing the riders in the process. Water roller coasters are sometimes confused with their non-roller coaster counterparts, log flumes, which do not contain dry roller coaster segments. Many cars are shaped like boats.
|Roller coaster types|
|Track materials||Hybrid • Steel • Wooden|
|Scale||Kiddie • Family • Hyper (200+ feet) • Giga (300+ feet) • Strata (400+ feet)|
|Train configurations||4th Dimension • Bobsled • Floorless • Flying • Inverted • Motorbike (Steeplechase) • Pipeline • Side Friction • Spinning (Virginia Reel) • Stand-Up • Suspended • Winged|
|Track layouts||Figure 8 • Out and Back • Twister • U-shuttle • Wacky Worm (Big Apple) • Wild Mouse|
|Multi-tracked||Number of tracks: 2 (twin, möbius) • 3 (triple) • 4 (quad) • 6 (sextuple)|
|Style||Diving • Mine Train • Water (liquid)|
|Situation||Enclosed • Indoor • Terrain • Travelling|
|Track configurations||Single rail|
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