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  1. That announcement says the attraction will open in the SUMMER of 2020. That puts the opening past June 21st. SF usually likes to have their new attractions open by Memorial Day. So either they know they are starting a late construction or this is going to be a very large attraction.
  2. Plus look at the wildwood piers. Some of those rides interact with each other.
  3. I’m still going with just two of the rides being relocated within Seaport. Daffy submarine and mini teacups. And they will build a new entrance to the Seaport right across from where the mini teacups are now. That empty Granny house is history. This opens up the walkway from Congo to what might be the ride entrance back by the restrooms without going through the kids area.
  4. Going with the “tall and steel” here. I think we are going to get a Raptor. Not a WW clone though. I think they are going to move the Daffy submarine and the mini teacups to where the old safari kids car ride was. They will make a new entrance to the kids area just opposite of where the mini teacups are now. This will clear the area for guest going to and from the new coaster without going into the kids area. There is plenty of open space back there and wouldn’t have to cut down a lot of trees. I’m going with a Raptor only cause SF didn’t add one last year and if there were issues with WW RMC had some time to correct it. Plus WW has had great reviews. Couldn’t imagine SF not adding more.
  5. I think that was said after WW was announced. And he did say 2020 attraction.
  6. So I just tracked this container. It delivered to the port in NY EMPTY. Was loaded on vessel Dublin Express heading to Colombia. Departed NY on the 12th. So either this is fake or the container was emptied somewhere and sent out on a different vessel.
  7. The container would go to Norfolk then. Not NJ.
  8. I went to HH this past Saturday. The crowds were insane. The lines for the rides were way to long. The lazy river had so many people in it I’d be surprised if there was any current. The added chairs that came with this new pool area just gives people a place to lay a towel down for the day to go wait in lines. This water park needs more slides. High capacity slides. Not really sure how it works with park capacity but if this new pool upped the park capacity I see that as a bad thing. They allowed more people in with no where to go and just made the lines longer.
  9. Winkler did say the 2020 attraction has been in development for awhile. I’m going to assume it’s been in development for over two years if he said this last year. I wouldn’t thing SF would change plan on the fly with an attraction that’s been in development for that long. Something like Wonder Woman I can see being changed at last minute. Not a large coaster. We will know soon enough.
  10. Just to make sure, didn’t the park pres say the 2020 attraction was going to be tall, steel and break records? Or was that Wonder Woman?
  11. ^^Guess the way I’m looking at it is when a ride has low ridership and it has a hefty budget to operate the attraction is removed. I.E. Rolling Thunder and Chiller. A show like Batman stunt show with live actors, cars, bikes and pyrotechnics I’m sure had a hefty budget. If anyone remembers that show went off 3 or four times a day with a few hundred people in the stands. A coaster is moving more people in a hour then that show played to in a day. Sure, their are people that want to see a show. I just don’t think it’s something SF should throw money at.
  12. I just don’t think shows are something SF should invest in. The park is counting on repeat customers with there season pass base. How many times is one going to see a show? Once, maybe twice for the season. By mid season the shows will be playing in front of a lot of empty seats.
  13. I’m hoping that removing Diablo is the official start of land clearing for a new coaster. They promised something exciting was going to replace RT. Hopefully 2020 is when they deliver on that promise.
  14. This park needs to add something big. SFs can’t expect rides like El Diablo, Cyborg and a giant discovery to draw the crowds in. The few times I’ve been to the park this year it’s been dead. Just walking on rides. I’d really like to see attendance numbers for the year El Diablo was the new attraction vs the year El Toro was. Or even the year Joker was. I’m pretty sure these flat rides don’t help attendance numbers. So, what would I like to see for 2019? Nothing... Bank what ever money they were going to put into a new flat ride and put it towards an insane coaster for next year.
  15. Chiller Adventure Rivers Hydro flume Rolling Thunder Fireworks every weekend
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