Tourist boaters will love the Kawaguchika Sightseeing Boat in Miami, the latest addition to the city’s growing collection of floating amusement park attractions.
It was built in 2003 by Kawaguchi, a Japanese manufacturer that manufactures and manufactures boats for the amusement park industry.
“I was looking for something small, fun and fun for the family,” said Kawagichiko Kawagochiko, owner of Kawaguziko Boating.
“We have a big family so we wanted to build something small and fun.”
Kawagchikos family is large enough to make the Kawangis’ dream a reality.
The boat will be the largest floating amusement attraction in the country.
Located at the intersection of Lake Worth Boulevard and Fort Lauderdale Boulevard, it will feature a boat park with three different locations: one for adults and two for children.
It is also expected to include a beach and picnic area.
“The idea was to make it as fun as possible for families, especially our little ones,” Kawagucha said.
“Our little ones are big and they love to swim.
We decided to make them swim in the boat.
It’s a very fun and a safe environment.”
The Kawagukis plan to continue building the Kawamikos in Florida and beyond.
“It will be a little bit of a challenge to keep up with all the tourists, but we will continue to grow,” Kawagi said.
The Kawanguchi Boating company also has a floating amusement boat park in New York, but it was built before the advent of the internet.
“In the past, we had to wait for the weather to be right,” Kawaga said.
This time around, Kawaguguchi plans to use a computer-based system to manage the crowds and keep the boat moving.
“There are no human beings in the paddling boat,” Kawagy said.