Shipwreck Coast is one of the themed areas at Chessington World of Adventures. It’s the perfect place to experience the charm of an old English maritime town. The area is packed with thrilling rides. Interactive experiences, and a captivating story that will take you on a journey to uncover a mystery.
The main attraction of Shipwreck Coast is its four exciting rides that offer a perfect blend of fun and adventure. Seastorm is a fast-paced spinning boat ride that is sure to leave you feeling dizzy. The ride features a twist that spins the boat in different directions.
The Blue Barnacle is a swinging pirate ship ride that takes you on a journey through rough seas. The ride swings back and forth. Giving you a breathtaking view of the surrounding area.
Trawler Trouble is a boat ride that is perfect for those who love to spin around. The ride takes you on a journey through choppy waters. Can you help this crew escape the rock they’ve found themselves marooned on?
Barrel Bail Out is a water ride with water guns that is perfect for those hot days. The ride features spinning barrels that take you through a splash of water. A great way to cool off as you fire your water cannons at guests in the other barrels.
Shipwreck Coast also features an interactive experience called the Catch The Fishnapper Trail. This story-driven quest takes guests on a journey to uncover a mystery – who stole the town’s prized fish? The trail is full of clues and puzzles that you must solve to unravel the mystery and catch the fishnapper.
Overall, Shipwreck Coast is a great themed area at Chessington World of Adventures. Offering a perfect blend of fun and adventure. From thrilling rides to interactive experiences, there’s something for everyone.
Rides & Attractions
There are a host of rides & attractions throughout Chessington World of Adventures. The rides in this area are detailed below, for more information on the other attractions at the park, please click here.
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