Length3024.8 ft
Height83.7 ft
Speed37.3 mph
Vertical Angle32°
ElementsSpiral Lift


Arrangement7 trains with 7 cars per train. Riders are arranged 2 across in a single row for a total of 14 riders per train.


Former namesEurosat ( to )
Musical Score
InstallerRCS GmbH


Located in the French section of the park.


The VR offered on Eurosat Coastiality is a world first by being a "Roam & Ride". Guests put on the VR glasses already in the queue and experience a VR-queue as well which will then seamlessly be followed by entering the train and riding the coaster. The VR-glasses are only removed at the end of the coaster ride. This innovation is made through the collaboration of MackMedia, VR Coaster, Holodeck VR (now Spree Interactive), and EuropaCorp.
With its new theme comes an option to experience Virtual Reality (VR) To optimize capacity, Eurosat is fitted with an additional station for VR-riders. Since the space within the sphere is limited, the extra station is built outside of the sphere itself.
The VR-version is called "Eurosat Coastiality".
Eurosat closed on November 5th, 2017 for a major overhaul and theme change. Much of the track was replaced. It reopened on 9/12/2018. The ride's trains were also replaced with complete new ones.


After the ride's overhaul and train replacement, some of the former trains got a second life. One train is still present at the backside of the ride/sphere. In 2022 another one was put on top of the busstation Ringsheim/Europa Park in the adjacent town of Ringsheim. Also in 2022, a third train was donated to the National Roller Coaster Museum in Plainview, Texas, USA.


The virtual reality theme was changed and is now based upon 'The Phantom of the Opera'.
Originally a space theme and changed to a Moulin Rouge theme for the ride's complete overhaul and extension. The virtual reality theme is based on Luc Besson's movie Valerian.


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