Cruise News This Rollglider Concept Could Come To A Future Cruise Ship

This Rollglider Concept Could Come To A Future Cruise Ship

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The Rollglider looks like a zip-line at first glance but the person glides along suspended railings while sitting on a secure trolley. While sat on the trolley the feature spirals, dips and turns to offer the ultimate thrill at up to 50 km/h. The company which makes Rollglider uses 3D technology to measure the exact distance needed between ground and surrounding elements to offer a great thrilling experience in different environments.

Watch Rollglider On A Cruise Ship:

In the video above Walltopia have put together a stunning 3D Rendering of what the ride could look like on a cruise ship. No cruise line has yet to feature a Rollglider type ride but with the rate of new cruise ship orders, we might just see the first Rollglider at sea in the near future.

Video Rendering By: WALLTOPIA (YouTube)

Some of the grand and most thrilling rides at sea include the 10-story high Ultimate Abyss on Harmony of the Seas, SkyRide on Carnival Vista and a race track on the upcoming Norwegian Joy. There are many cruise ship rides but now it seems some of the biggest cruise lines in the world are looking for new ideas to entice even more guests to take a cruise. We’ll just have to wait and see how Rollglider pans out, until then we would love to know your thought on this Rollglider on a ship concept in the comments further down below.


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