Six Flags Over Texas' 15th coaster will be a first-of-its-kind water coaster in the United States. Aquaman: Power Wave launches riders backward and forward, and straight-up twin 148-foot tall towers at opposite ends of the track. Aquaman concludes with a splashdown in a pool of water generating a massive splash that's sure to soak most riders. The track spans more than 700-feet with an air-time camelback between the ends.
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Mack Rides PowerSplash 217-meter model
Six Flags Over Texas announced this coaster in 2019, but the pandemic and a design modification delayed the opening until 2022. Originally designed for one-car operation, Six Flags decided to modify the ride to include a turntable for 2-car operation.
2022 – Opening delayed until 2023 due to supply chain and labor shortages according to Park President, Sharon Parker.
Individual car has five rows each, seating four abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 48 inches tall
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