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A Hurricane Harbor Georgia

A Hurricane Harbor Georgia

Hurricane Harbor Georgia

In the wake of Hurricane Michael, the coastal town of Panama City, Florida was left without power and in serious need of community service.

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Six Flags Over Georgia's Hurricane Harbor is a seven-acre waterpark with water slides, rides, pools, and attractions for cool summer fun. The waterpark's atractions include the world's first hybrid zero-gravity slide, Tsunami Surge, sending thrill-seekers down five-stories to a splash pool below. Nearby, the surf's up in the 38,000 square-foot Calypso Bay wave pool that generates four foot waves in eight different wave patterns.

In the summer of 2013 Geo-Hydro provided geotechnical engineering services for the latest Six Flags Over Georgia project – Hurricane Harbor. Hurricane Harbor is the largest expansion in the park’s 46-year history, and will feature several water attractions and guest amenities, including thrill slides and relaxing family fun. We are currently providing construction materials testing and Special Inspections for this exciting multi-million dollar project which will come on line in the summer of 2014. (Source: geohydro.com)

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Three more thrilling tube slides can be found atop the 41-foot tall Bonzai Pipelines tower. Each flume twists and turns as it descends to the splash down finale. For children the Paradise Island is a one-acre, 2,000 square-foot interactive, multi-level, water playground. The structure includes interactive features like climbing nets, water blasters, a giant tipping water bucket and six water slides.

ADG incorporated the world’s first hybrid zero-gravity slide into the design, along with a multi-slide complex and Paradise Island, an interactive water playground. Hundreds of lounge chairs and luxury cabanas situated near beach-themed eateries and retail outlets provide easily accessible sources of revenue generating activities for the park. (Source: www.aquaticgroup.com)

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Six Flags Over Georgia's Hurricane Harbor is a seven-acre waterpark with water slides, rides, pools, and attractions for cool summer fun. The waterpark's atractions include the world's first hybrid zero-gravity slide, Tsunami Surge, sending thrill-seekers down five-stories to a splash pool below. Nearby, the surf's up in the 38,000 square-foot Calypso Bay wave pool that generates four foot waves in eight different wave patterns.

Three more thrilling tube slides can be found atop the 41-foot tall Bonzai Pipelines tower. Each flume twists and turns as it descends to the splash down finale. For children the Paradise Island is a one-acre, 2,000 square-foot interactive, multi-level, water playground. The structure includes interactive features like climbing nets, water blasters, a giant tipping water bucket and six water slides. (Source: www.ultimatewaterpark.com)

 

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