Rollercoaster on Global Dream takes form

Construction of the world’s longest rollercoaster at sea, the star attraction of Dream Cruises’ new ship Global Dream, is in full swing.

The coaster, which was announced by Dream Cruises and Maurer Rides last October, has been dubbed Space Cruiser and will be the highlight of the Dream Park at the Pier, the first-ever theme park at sea.

Pre-assembly for the world’s longest rollercoaster at sea is well underway in Germany

Currently, the rollercoaster is being built for testing on land in the immediate vicinity of the MV Werften shipyards in Germany.

The first photos of the construction process show the scope and scale of the world’s longest offshore rollercoaster.

After leaving the station, the ride starts with an acceleration section followed by two closely spaced inclined 90-degree curves.

The following two “camelbacks” provide a spectacular and breathtaking launch above the railing and the heads of the passengers, with a maximum speed of up to 60km/h.

A 360-degree downward and upward helix form the end of the 303m-long track before the vehicles reach the station again.

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