Dare Devil Dive’s Capacity: It’s not that bad!

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  1. Tyler says:

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  3. Jeff says:

    Unfortunately, your logic for overall park capacity is well off. Yeah, Goliath surely gets over 810pph hour on busy days, but I can’t think of many other rides that would get even close. If you are following theoretical capacity numbers, those are the highest numbers the manufacturer believes the ride can hit. (Sometimes, even those are impossible.) Also, do you honestly think children’s rides are reaching 800pph?

  4. Nick says:

    There was no logic involved for the overall capacity. I got that number from the park. However, I agree that there is something wrong. Looking at Six Flags New England’s data, they have 66 rides and they claim their ride capacity per hour is around 8050 (not sure if that is theoretical or actual). So the average capacity at SFNE including all rides and waterslides is 122 guests/hour. According to my data SFOG only has 38 attractions but the listed capacity is 3x more than SFNE. So you’re right something isn’t adding up.

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