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New for 2022 Shipwreck Coast Opens July 15th

Chessington World Of Adventures
Tuesday 28th June 2022
A STORM IS BREWIN’… SHIPWRECK COAST SAILS IN FROM FRIDAY JULY 15TH

We’re so excited to announce the arrival of our NEW land, ‘Shipwreck Coast’, which will be docking in at the Resort from July 15th, 2022. The wild, wet and windy shores of this new land will transport you to a disaster ridden harbour town that includes two brand-new rides, ‘Trawler Trouble’ & ‘Barrel Bail Out!’.

Whilst exploring these stormy shores, you’ll need to help the harbourmaster in ‘Barrel Bail Out!’, as you jump into barrels trapped in a whirlpool and help empty them of water – be warned you’ll definitely find it very hard to stay dry in this one. Whilst further up the coast, the captain of a trapped fishing boat needs help getting it freed in ‘Trawler Trouble’, so get ready to ride some choppy waves and take in some spins. Some of you eagle-eyed Adventurers may have already noticed that family favourite, ‘Seastorm’, reopened earlier in June as part of the first wave of this development following a full refurbishment, whilst the notorious ship ‘Blue Barnacle’, which opened in April 2021, continues to heave-ho through the high seas. 

The land takes inspiration from coastal harbour towns with nautical theming such as lighthouses, boats, sails, fishing nets and anchors taking prominence around the development. But it’s not just new rides and theming landing in Shipwreck Coast, Bagot goats will be making their home in the grassy hills around Blue Barnacle and Black rats will be found exploring a brand-new enclosure around the entrance to Trawler Trouble.

That’s not all, as the Mayor of Shipwreck Coast’s prized fish has gone missing and is calling upon guests to help crack the case and catch the ‘codnapper’. Join the pursuit for the truth and meet the quirky residents who inhabit the town along the way to help identify the culprit. Something smells fishy here…

It's time to set sail – we’ll be seein’ ye very soon…
 

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