The last drop on Riptide shoots under the Curler.
The Curler is perhaps the most family friendly slide in the park outside of Nickelodeon Beach.
The first few turns on Riptide build up a significant amount of speed.
Riptide features two drops in a row, one enclosed and the 2nd open air.
The final drop of Riptide passes under a ride photo camera.
Riptide is reportedly the most thrilling slide in the complex, owing to it's large double dip drop.
In between Double Bowlseye and The Curler,  the green coloured Riptide drops down through.
The blue slide alternates between 360 degree turns and shallow dips.
The green slide starts off with a couple of back to back turns, with a fast double dip finish to the landing pool.
The Curler and Riptide are fairly conventional family raft slides, but alternate between dark enclosed and open air sections.
Unlike other bowl attractions, this lacks the steep run in seen, so rafts will likely just lazily drift around the bowl for a single revolution.
The Double BowlsEye features a couple of toilet bowl features, where the raft enters at a tangent before spiraling towards the center and dropping sharply down a chute in the middle.