Istanbul, Turkey — An expansion to the Orbita Aquapark in Koblevo, Ukraine, is giving tourists just one more reason to visit an area long-known for being a haven of rest and relaxation. The park, which debuted in 2011, recently opened with an even greater variety of aquatic attractions.
The park’s owner was so impressed with its popularity after its first summer that he immediately began plans with Polin Waterparks and Pool Systems (Istanbul, Turkey), which had supplied the facility’s original rides, to begin an expansion with even more waterslides and a giant water-play structure. That new area opened to guests this summer.
Relaxation has been at the heart of why people visit the region surrounding Koblevo since its earliest days. The village on the coast of the Black Sea, originally named Postovoye, was founded in 1787. It was renamed Koblevo in 1792 and, over time, became well-known for its long stretches of beach and dry, salubrious weather. Located between the cities of Odessa and Niolaev, tourists flocked to the area, eager to soak in the health benefits of its fresh, fragrant air filled with curative salts from the sea.
By the 1960s, modern resorts began springing up with a wide variety of recreational offerings. Tourists from throughout the Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Moldova and other countries were soon taking regular advantage of Koblevo’s vibrant nightlife with discos, restaurants and cafes, seaside attractions, children’s shows, gaming facilities and excursions into the nearby big cities.
The Orbita resort, which the waterpark adjoins, is known for its appealing amenities and central location on the seafront. Completely remodeled in 2009, the facility offers overnight accommodations in either on-site cottages or a three-story building, all completely furnished with luxury accoutrements, including refrigerator, minibar, air-conditioning, satellite TV, bathroom with spa tub or shower, balcony or patio, panoramic windows, tile flooring, outdoor furniture and daily maid service.
The nearby beach is fully equipped to meet guests’ every need, including awnings, deck chairs and umbrellas. Other amenities include a playground, table tennis, scooter rental, billiards, easy-to-access food and drink offerings, full-time security, free parking and an artesian well with a German desalination system.
While the Orbita waterpark is designed for the pleasure of guests of the resort, outside visitors can also purchase passes that give them access to its water-filled fun amusements.
Today, Koblevo’s newest aquatic offerings at the Orbita Resort are giving guests more space in which to play. In fact, the waterpark is now the largest in the area after growing from its original size of 8,000 square feet (86,111 square kilometers) to its current size of 12,000 square feet (129,167 square kilometers).
Two of the newest attractions, in particular, will stand out to this year’s visitors: the park’s Paradise Island water-play structure and the Looping Rocket waterslide:
The Looping Rocket also gains points from guests for its great-looking “Magic Shine” translucent exterior. All of the waterslides in the park are all Polin’s “Magic Shine”. Magic Shine as Polin call them are the waterslides produced by L-RTM (Light Resin Transfer Molding) technology. LRTM is the leading growth technology in fiberglass production. Polin is the single waterslide producer in the World that can offer its all line as RTM manufactured. Al the waterslides at Orbito Waterpark have a shiny, and smooth finish that creates a superior look.
The other new attractions Polin has installed at the park include:
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