The attraction has ‘adrenaline inducing waterslides’, a giant indoor wave pool, an infinity pool with massage jets, an area for younger children, a terrace overlooking Scarborough’s coastline, and landscaped gardens with sunbeds, pool bar, and a restaurant.
The alpine-themed waterpark, overlooks Scarborough’s North Bay and represents an investment of £14 million. It’s hoped the attraction will play a key role in the strategy to retain Scarborough’s status as the second most visited town in England after London.
Anton Hoefter, chief executive officer of Alpamare said: ‘We are introducing state-of- the-art technology, unique in the UK, and we take great pride in delivering the highest standard of enjoyment and safety so people get the very best experience they can.’
Cllr Derek Bastiman, leader of Scarborough Borough Council added: ‘This is the most exciting thing we have seen open in Scarborough in recent years. We have been working extremely hard over a long period of time to secure this development and the addition of this unique attraction will help cement the borough as being the Queen of the Coast”.
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