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Cobra's Curse

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Park section  Egypt
Opening date  June 17, 2016
Type  Steel
Height  21 m
Opened  2016
Capacity  1,100 people/hour
Status  Operating
Replaced  Tut's Tomb
Manufacturer  Mack Rides
Height restriction  1.07 m
Max speed  64 km/h
Park  Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

Similar  SheiKra, Montu, Kumba, Cheetah Hunt, Mako

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Cobra's Curse is a steel roller coaster located at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay in Tampa, Florida. Featuring an elevator-style lift and spinning cars, the roller coaster opened on June 17, 2016.

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History

Construction for the new attraction in the Egypt area of Busch Gardens Tampa began in January 2015. On May 28, 2015, park officials revealed plans to build a new roller coaster that would be called Cobra's Curse, and they expected it to open in 2016. Busch Gardens President Jim Dean said Cobra's Curse "complements the selection of thrill rides Busch Gardens offers, and we know it's an attraction that guests from across the globe will enjoy."

While Cobra's Curse features a traditional roller coaster train, the individual cars on the train are able to spin based on the distribution of the riders in each car. The attraction was constructed by Mack Rides, a German ride manufacturer that was the first to develop roller coaster trains with individually spinning cars.

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The former "Tut's Tomb" exhibit was removed and repurposed as part of the queue for Cobra's Curse. However you can still see a nod to the former ride inside the bathroom near Cobra's Curse. After pushing a pharaoh button under the mirror, in both male and female restrooms, you'll be able to see the mask of King Tut appear through the glass.

Ride experience

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During the November 2015 IAAPA Convention in Orlando, Florida, MACK rides revealed additional details and a scale model of Cobra's Curse. Upon reaching the top of the ride's 70-foot-tall (21 m) elevator lift, the train turns to the left and banks outwards, bringing riders closer to the 80-foot-tall (24 m) statue of Venymyss, the snake king, before continuing along the course. From there, the cart descends the 70-foot (21 m) drop reaching up to a maximum speed of 40 mph (64 km/h), banking right. The cart makes another banked turn over the mid-course brake run, before circling back to it. From the mid-course brake run, the two separate vehicles on the train rotate backwards, and Venymyss can be heard saying, "Turn, turn, and face your fear!" The cart then descends through a minor helix, which carries it to a mechanical lift hill. From there, the cart descends another banked drop, causing the vehicles to spin uncontrollably. The cart goes through a series of overbanked turns, as well as changes in acceleration and velocity while spinning. The cart makes its way under the Serengeti Railway attraction before entering the final brake run (with Venymyss shouting, "There is no escape, from the Cobra's Curse!") and returning to the station.

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References

Cobra's Curse Wikipedia


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