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Marassi Al Bahrain gets new cable wake park

Marassi Al Bahrain, the kingdom's waterfront project situated on Muharraq island, is now home to a new cable wake park

The Marassi Al Bahrain floating water park.
The Marassi Al Bahrain floating water park.

Marassi Al Bahrain, the kingdom's waterfront project situated on Muharraq island, is now home to a new cable wake park, brought from Germany, where water sports fans can hone their wakeboarding, knee-boarding or water-skiing skills in a safe environment.

The cable-wake park joins Bahrain’s biggest floating water-park, measuring 35m by 50m and features trampolines, pyramid slides, climbing obstacles and dive-through tunnels, said a statement from Eagle Hills Bahrain, the developers of Marassi Al Bahrain.

"With these two water-based activities, the extended food and beverages and a children’s playground, Marassi Beach is now a good venue for a fun family day out in Bahrain," remarked Daniel Hammond, the general manager of Eagle Hills Bahrain.

“The aquatic playground was specially ordered for Marassi Beach, and is fun for the whole family, especially in the hotter weather”, he continued.

Spanning 88ha, Marassi Al Bahrain will be constructed on the northern shores within the master planned community of Diyar Al Muharraq, forming a key luxury component of Bahrain’s largest private urban project.

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