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Dutchman's Deck Adventure Course is an attraction in Nickelodeon Universe in Mall Of America which is located in Bloomington, MN. It comes in three parts, the Ghostly Gangplank, Anchor Drop, and the Barnacle Blast. This has broken many world records. The Ghostly Gangplank is the largest Sky Trail® in the world! It goes 56' into the air.

The Barnacle Blast is the largest indoor zip line. Here is the description on the Nickelodeon Universe website: Experience Dutchman’s Deck — the ultimate adventure course. Reach new heights on the Ghostly Gangplank , the tallest Sky Trail® ropes course in the world, challenging guests to climb 56’ above Nickelodeon Universe®.  Then take the plunge on Anchor Drop, a spiral slide experience that will have you twisting down to the ground. If you’re ready for more, take flight on Barnacle Blast — the longest indoor zip line in North America that will send you soaring 55 feet above the park.


The entrance to this is a door constructed into the Flying Dutchman's ship that is a seaweed green. When you go up the stairs there are blue metal bars for the waiting line. When you get to the end of the line there is a large set-up spot where you get all the ropes on. Then you go up the stairs to go to the first floor. The slide is a 56' drop swirly slide.

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