All rocket ship engines ready! Seat belts safely fastened! Lap bar is in place and locked ready to go! Countdown has been initiated! 3... 2... 1... BLAST OFF! Up into the sky you go, flying through the clouds and safely making your way back down towards the ground, only to be gently sent back up in the air! Kids will love this fun and exciting ride as they are gently sent up and down over and over again. Get ready to blast off on this themed rocket ship that will take young riders to the stars at 18 feet (5.48M) above the ground and bounced back down in a fun jumping motion!
Blast Off was manufactured by Sansei Technologies based out of Logan, Utah, United States. The company was formerly known as S&S Worldwide. They are an American company known for its pneumatically powered amusement rides and roller coaster designing.
Guests must be 36" tall to ride. Guests over 60" tall must be accompanied by a child. There is a maximum of 1 adult per cycle.
Ride Safety Information
- This children's ride hoists riders up in the air and provides a gentle yet bouncy trip down.
- Maximum weight is 700 lb. per cycle.
- A shared lap bar is positioned above the laps of all riders in the row. An individual seatbelt secures each rider across the thighs and pelvis.
- Guests must have a minimum of three functioning extremities; one functioning arm and two functioning legs.
- Two functioning arms are sufficient instead of three functioning extremities if the guest has a normal centre of gravity and the lower extremities are sufficiently strong to maintain proper riding posture under the dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputations must be at the knee or below.
- Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar bone, braced arm cast, or full leg cast are not permitted on this ride.
- Guests with any type of prosthesis should not ride unless they can ensure the device is properly secured and will remain in place during the ride.
- Alternate access is available at the ride exit to the right. Riders will have to take several steps, on their own or with the assistance of a companion, and be capable of elevating themselves up into the seat.
- Visit our Guest Assistance Guide for additional accessibility information.