- Water World Ocean Park, Hong Kong
- Aqua Nick at Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts, Riviera Maya, Mexico
- Wild Rivers, USA
- Baha Bay at Baha Mar, The Bahamas
An innovative approach to a terraced site: Water World Ocean Park
Water World Ocean Park shows how a park can offer a ride mix in a tight footprint and integrate water slides into unique topography. Set in the hills and facing the sea, WhiteWater, the park’s major attractions supplier, provided four slide complexes and one AquaPlay unit. They are designed and constructed in a way that preserves the natural landscape.
Engaging guests in the world of Nickelodeon: Aqua Nick
Aqua Nick is the biggest theming project WhiteWater has ever created, bringing the world of SpongeBob, PAW Patrol, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and other storylines to life across 11 water slides, a RainFortress 5, AquaPlay 200, Splash Pad, and Lazy River. This water park uses intellectual properties with built-in audiences to immerse guests.
A revival of the original: Wild Rivers
Twice the size of the original waterpark with the same name, the new Wild Rivers has been reimagined with seven complexes from WhiteWater, including body slides, inner tube rides, aquatic play, and two mega complexes, each with two 6-person family raft rides.
Beginners riding alongside experts: FlowCurl at Baha Bay
An entirely new wave, FlowCurl, fills the gap between the FlowRider stationary surf line and FlowBarrel. Offering a wide demographic appeal for guests at Baha Bay in The Bahamas, FlowCurl’s straight flow section is great for beginner flowboarders to learn, while the more difficult curling section allows advanced riders to perform radical maneuvers.
“Through incredible collaboration between our teams, clients and partners, we’re able to build impressive waterparks that push boundaries — both technically and creatively,” said WhiteWater President, Paul Chutter. “Each of these parks brings guests experiences not to be found anywhere else in the world, with attractions that will soon be established icons.”