WhiteWater West Headed to Lotte World With $22 Million of Aquatic Fun

Richmond, Canada. InPark Magazine. February 1, 2012. (English). Lotte World, known as the world’s largest indoor theme park in Seoul, South Korea, has just signed the largest contract in the waterpark industry with WhiteWater to open a new waterpark to be located in Kimhae, near Busan, South Korea.The $22 million contract specifies that WhiteWater will engineer, manufacture and install 100% of the waterpark’s indoor and outdoor attractions. Lotte World Waterpark is anticipated to be completed in May 2013.

This exciting project will feature a thrilling array of waterslides including two MEGAtubeTM rides: the new Family RattlerTM and Family PythonTM, the legendary Family BoomerangoTM, AquaLoopTM, AbyssTM, an 8-Lane WhizzardTM, Family Raft Ride, Dueling Master Blasters® as well as Speed Slides and Body Slides.

In addition to waterslides, Lotte World Waterpark will also offer a 115 foot (35 meter) pneumatic Surf Wave pool, a smaller, indoor 60 foot (18 meter) Family Wave pool, a FlowRider® Double and two AquaPlayTM multi-level interactive play structures – an AquaPlay Giant RainFortressTM and an AquaPlayTM AP1050, both featuring large tipping buckets. Lotte World Waterpark will also showcase some of WhiteWater’s finest custom theming with complex custom-designed Polynesian themed waterslides, AquaPlayTM structures, towers and much more.

WhiteWater’s CEO, Geoff Chutter is delighted to announce this contract stating, “WhiteWater is thrilled to have been chosen as the supplier and manufacturer for Lotte World Waterpark. This project will be a wonderful showcase of WhiteWater’s signature attractions and we are proud to be part of such an industry leading project”.

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