Hurricane Harbor Chicago is welcoming the world’s tallest water coaster today, Tsunami Surge.
Standing at 86 feet high, this water coaster propels riders through 950 feet of slides and tunnels at a speed of 42 feet per second, thanks to water-blasting jet-propulsion technology. In addition, for the first time at any Six Flags park, the attraction features new AquaLucent visual effects that create bursts of colors and patterns to intensify the experience.
“The new Tsunami Surge water coaster is unlike anything our guests have ever experienced, defying gravity to blast riders uphill through 950 feet of exhilarating drops, twists and turns,” said Hank Salemi, park president of Six Flags Great America. “This exciting, new addition is the perfect complement to Hurricane Harbor Chicago’s debut season as a standalone waterpark.”
Highlights of the water coaster include:
- A world record-breaking height of 86 feet
- A 950-foot-long ride path more than eight stories high
- Top speed of 28 miles per hour
- Three uphill blasts using water to propel riders over the course of enclosed tunnels and open-air slides
- Five hairpin turns
- Five drops
- AquaLucent effects for a unique ride experience
Tsunami Surge is now open to guests at Hurricane Harbor Chicago. To learn more, or to make a reservation for your next visit, head to SixFlags.com/HurricaneHarborChicago.