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Sea Serpent taken from boardwalk
|Park section||Mariner's Landing Pier|
|Type||Steel – Shuttle|
|Lift/launch system||Cable lift|
|Height||116.5 ft (35.5 m)|
|Length||935 ft (285 m)|
|Speed||47 mph (76 km/h)|
|Capacity||760 riders per hour|
|Height restriction||48 in (122 cm)|
|Sea Serpent at RCDB
Pictures of Sea Serpent at RCDB
Sea Serpent is a steel roller coaster at Morey's Piers in Wildwood, New Jersey, US. Opened in 1984, it was built by Vekoma, and was the first boomerang-style coaster to be built in the US.
Sea Serpent consists of a single train with seven cars, capable of carrying 28 passengers. The ride begins when the train is pulled backwards from the station and up the first lift hill by a catchcar. After being released, the train passes through the station, enters a Cobra Roll track element, and then travels through a vertical loop. After being pulled up a second lift hill, the train is released to head backwards through each inversion once more, making the total amount of inversions per ride six.
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