Park News - (3/11/13) It has been confirmed that the Monte Zuma tower attraction at Hansapark in Germany has been removed to make way for a new unknown attraction. Anyone know more?
2014 - Indoor Play Area, New 4D Theater Movies and More - (11/22/13) Hansa-Park sent out a newsletter containing some surprise concept artwork showing off their plans to build a new indoor kids play area in 2014 and what looks like a B&M Hypercoaster for 2015. The park will also add a couple of new 4D films in 2014 as well, Happy Feet 4D and Yogi Bear 4-D Adventure. The park will also add a new show called “Fliegende Balance” (Flying Balance) that sounds like a Cirque style perfomance show featuring balancing acts.
(10/21/13) I’ve been told that Hansa-Park is planning on building an indoor play area in 2014 that will feature slides and foam ball air-cannons, similar to the Gaudi-Viertel experience opened at Tripsdrill.
2015 - Karnan Hypercoaster - Under Construction - (4/4/14) Hansa Park has posted the first pictures of their new Karnan hypercoaster project site as the ground clearing has begun.
(12/20/13) According to a reader, the latest Hansapark newsletter (Dec. 2013 edition) names Gerstlauer as the maker of the park’s new 2015 coaster, Karnan. The coaster, which will stand over 60 meters (196 feet) tall, is expected to be the tallest coaster ever built by Gerstlauer. Previously, I believe their talelst coaster was Takabisha at Fuji-Q in Japan which stands 141.ft tall.
(11/26/13) The early rumor from Screamscape sources is that the new Hansa-Park hypercoaster may actually be a new design of coaster coming from Gerstlauer.
(11/22/13) Concept artwork from the park shows off a look at the new coaster, which initially looks like a B&M Hypercoaster style train, but nothing more has been confirmed at this time.
(10/21/13) The local rumor mill claims that for 2015 Hansa-Park may be planning on adding a large new ride, possibly a new drop-tower ride that could feature an indoor section and with seats that will tilt ride’s forward into a face-down prone posture, similar to the Falcon’s Fury ride going into Busch Gardens Tampa in 2014.
(10/29/12) With the removal of Monte Zuma, it is rumored that the park may be looking at building a new indoor freefall drop attraction for the 2015 season.