Morgan’s Island, Aruba’s brand new water park is getting ready to open early December, offering full days of wet family fun. The 26,000 m2 park is managed by Antonio Galli, on behalf of Impact Holdings NV directors, investors Sergio Gallero and Sami Sheero who have been working on the novel and exciting concept for the past four years.
Morgan’s Island features two slide & tube towers, the Dragon Revenge and the Buccaneer Tower with slides, 2 and 4-person tube rides, radical twists and kamikaze dips, domed funnels, an extreme competitive toboggan, and a 21-meter vertical drop, of the second tallest, second fastest, single-person, free-fall waterslide in the world.
Kids have a giant dedicated zero-entry pool area with water spouts and slides, designed to entertain the young ones, around the clock. Â Â
Don Tom NV, an Aruban company owned by Don de Veer & Thomas Miter will be operating three excellent food outlets, the Black Pearl, a self service restaurant, the Jack Sparrow Bar and a dessert, coffee and ice cream terrace.
Morgan’s Island features giant double wave pools, with a wraparound lounging area for parents and family members, showers, changing and locker rooms, a game parlor and an infirmary.
Gallero reports that the park employs 25 people at present and at full capacity will employ over 60 highly-qualified and trained individuals, including resident life-guards at each of the pools and medical personnel.
The fully automated park, with modern parking, entrance and exit facilities and the El Corsario souvenir shop is affiliated with a worldwide organization of water parks and enjoys the endorsement of similar attractions anywhere in the world from Mexico to Spain.Â
With an investment of 14 million dollar the park is the biggest in Latin America and aims to entertain kids and adults during the day and romantic couples at night with disco dancing around the double wave pools.
Aruba’s press members and hospitality workers will be invited to â€˜test the waters’ first, with their family members, free of charge, during the early part of December.