2 trains with 10 cars per train. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows for a total of 40 riders per train.
278.9 ft x 213.3 ft
Located on the former site of the Bob and reusing its station building.
The two trains depart the station in opposite directions.
The front car of each train has only one row so each train seats 38 riders, not 40 as listed above.
'Max & Moritz' is based on the German illustrated story "Max und Moritz" by Wilhelm Busch in 1865. The story talks about two young rascals pulling all kind of pranks on others. The story comes with a twist at the end. "Max und Moritz" is considered to be one of the first examples of a form of comic book.
The story line for the powered coaster is a variation made up by Efteling and not one of the original antics of Max & Moritz. For the coaster, the two boys's mother Frau Schmetterling, is tired of the two always being up to no good. She is a clock maker by profession and locks the two rascals in her work shop to prevent them from doing harm. The boys then construct soap box race inspired cars/trains with which they want to escape. The guests will board one of these soap box trains ready to escape the work shop together with the two tricksters.