Toronto: Adventure lovers are you ready for the ride of a lifetime?
The world's fastest, tallest and longest dive coaster is coming to Canada's Wonderland theme park next year and is all set to exhilarate you with an epic journey, high above the park's skyline.
According to the theme park's official website, passengers will hang over a 90-degree drop for three breathtaking seconds, staring 245 feet down into an underwater tunnel.
The one of its kind ride, named 'Yukon Striker' will soar you through four dynamic inversions, including a complete 360-degree loop.
Introducing the world's fastest, tallest and longest Dive Coaster — YUKON STRIKER — coming in 2019! https://t.co/luoNGVD8Zy pic.twitter.com/S1cQRJhE0i
— Canada's Wonderland (@WonderlandNews) August 15, 2018
Excited Twitter users are already waiting eagerly to try the ride of their lives.
"Catch me first in line!" wrote another.
A user tweeted, "ooo, I wasn't expecting this! This actually looks like it's going to be the best dive coaster out there! They did a great job with the layout!"
Some, however, are nervous as well, like a user who tweeted, "I will never do this in my life ever never never never not gonna happen.
The ride will have a floorless, stadium seating for enhanced visibility with 3 rows of 8 riders along with a complete 360-degree loop, never before seen on a dive coaster.
Yukon Striker stands at a height of 75 metres, beating Cedar Point amusement park's 68-metre dive coaster Valravn, the current title holder of being the world's tallest, fastest, longest one.