Tsunami, the very first aquatic roller coaster in North America!

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Super Aqua Club in Point-Calumet, Qubec boasts new attraction

Super Aqua Club, in Point-Calumet, unveiled its brand new attraction today, called Tsunami, the very first aquatic roller coaster in North America. Requiring an investment of 3.5 million dollars, this new attraction will entertain thrill-seekers of all ages.

Super Aqua Club, in Point-Calumet, unveiled its brand new attraction on Monday – July 11 – , called Tsunami, which will entertain thrill-seekers of all ages. This aquatic rollercoaster, exclusive to the park, is comparable to a giant slalom descent that lasts around two minutes. Requiring an investment of 3.5 million dollars, this new attraction allows the Super Aqua Club to confirm its position as industry leader in the summer entertainment industry. Designed and manufactured by the Canadian company Proslide, the only other one in existence is a prototype at Siam Park in Spain. Therefore, Super Aqua Club holds exclusivity in North America for the time being, and had the Tsunami custom-designed for the park.

Shivers guaranteed!
The unique saucer shape of this high-speed attraction as well as its abrupt descent will provide visitors with a whole new level of aquatic ride experience! They can enjoy the ride onboard three-seat tubes which slide down dark tunnels at full speed until being launched into open areas shaped like saucers. Consisting of curves with different radiuses, this technology allows for faster sliding, more closed turns, and a greater gravitational force over more than 200 meters. This is a unique attraction in the world, as its technology is still being patented.

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“It is with great pride that our team is celebrating the official opening of this new exclusive slide at Super Aqua Club today. We fell in love with Tsunami when we saw its prototype being tested in Spain in September 2015, and immediately started the process to obtain the rights to build one here in Quebec,” explains Réjean Julien Proulx, CEO of Super Aqua Club. “The completion of this project, which is valued at $3.5 million, represents months of relentless work with our team. We are very eager to welcome our next visitors over this summer, who will now be able to come and experience the Tsunami!” Mr. Proulx concludes.

Super Aqua Club, specialists in aquatic fun!
Below is a brief overview of the main features of the park and new aspects this season:

  • A long, sandy beach borders the site of this magnificent aquatic park, measuring more than 750 linear feet;
  • Super Aqua Club has been open to the public since July 1985, and offers 45 slides and water games of all types to entertain water-lovers of all ages;
  • A new Prestige section which can hold up to 10 people has been set up for the summer of 2016. This separate space offers a place to relax, with access to a private beach as well as a spa, shower, relaxation furniture, access to a BBQ, WIFI, an XBOX, and even more. This section must be reserved in advance, and the daily rental fee is $350;
  • The park also offers a VIP section where families and small groups of friends can reserve one of the 10 pavilions which can hold up to 8 people each, and gives access to a separate area with relaxation furniture and the possibility of using all rented equipment, such as paddle boats, paddle boards, canoes, and kayaks, as well as beach access.
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About Super Aqua Club
Super Aqua Club waterpark has been the leading specialist in aquatic fun in Quebec since 1985, and receives 300,000 visitors per season on average. The park was owned by the Rybicki family up until 2011, when Mr. Réjean Julien Proulx, who had been its Operating Director since 1986, became the sole proprietor. The company employs 350 employees, including 160 highly-qualified lifeguards, which permits them to ensure the rigorous supervision of visitors of the park, which is considered to be one of the safest in North America. Visitors both big and small can enjoy more than 45 slides of all types, built across a magnificent site bordered by a real sand beach on the edge of Pointe-Calumet Lake. – CNW Telbec

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