New at Canada's Wonderland in 2012, Leviathan will take over as not only the tallest coaster in Canada, but at 306' feet, it will also be manufacturer B&M's tallest coaster in their entire portfolio. Reaching speeds of 92 miles-per-hour, the 5,486' foot-long sea monster should prove to be quite a thrill for the mostly-mild Medieval Faire section of the park.
The projected cost of the project is $28 million, about three million more than Intimidator 305 and Millennium Force, the company's other two Gigacoasters (over 300 feet tall). Of course, Leviathan is also using 4-across seating, a first for coasters over 300 feet. Interestingly, this ride abandons Cedar Fair's use of tiered seating (found on Diamondback, Carowind's Intimidator, and the park's own Behemoth) to revert back to the standard B&M Hypercoaster train design.
In true Cedar Fair fashion, there's already a mini site up with more info, videos, and renderings. Can't wait to ride this one.