|Elements||159 ft tall Chain Lift Hill with a 154 ft drop at 66°|
Hill with a 107 ft drop
Hill with a 100 ft drop
|Arrangement:||2 trains with 6 cars per train. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows for a total of 24 riders per train.|
|Built by:||Philadelphia Toboggan Coasters, Inc.|
|Categories:||Hybrid (Steel Structure)|
|Capacity:||1,200 riders per hour|
The Voyage originally had two, seven car trains from PTC. These trains were sold to Darien Lake where where they now operate on the Predator. It's presumed the lead cars with "Voyage" logos were not sold. This sale was done as plans were to put newly designed "Timberliner" trains on the Voyage. Use of these new trains were delayed and to keep the Voyage in operation, a train from the Raven was used on the Voyage. In January, 2011 it was announced Holiday World purchased new cars from PTC for the Voyage and in August, 2013 Holiday World announced they canceled the "Timberliner" project. After all the shuffling of trains came to an end, the Voyage operates with two, six car trains.