Conselice, Italy on June 18, 2019. - Grupo Dolphin, the largest dolphin family in the world and the number 1 company in dolphin habitats, announced that on June 14 the Acquajoss water park acquisition process was completed, located in the municipality of Conselice, a few steps from Ravenna, in the heart of Emilia-Romagna. Acquajoss is now the company's third park on the European continent, preceded by Zoomarine in Torvaianica and Aquafelix in Civitavecchia.
Due to its location and facilities, Acquajoss is considered one of the most popular parks in Emilia-Romagna, it is only four hours from Rome, very close to Bologna and the Rimini coast. During the months of operation, which comprise from June to August, Acquajoss receives more than 100,000 visitors, mainly families.
With more than 20 acres in length, Acquajoss has impressive slides, a wave pool and an exclusive one for the little ones, slippery hills, a whirlpool lagoon, a river over 400 meters long, a large relaxation area and sports areas to practice beach volley ball, offering its visitors evenings full of fun and excitement for the whole family.
"With the acquisition of Acquajoss, Grupo Dolphin confirms its investment project in Italy and Europe, identifying strategic centers and taking the parks belonging to the group to levels of excellence. Grupo Dolphin's development plan is to continue its expansion in Europe, the US and the Caribbean, identifying opportunities that allow us product and geographic diversification".", said Eduardo Albor, CEO of Dolphin Group.
With these recent acquisitions in recent months, which include Dolphin Connection in the Florida Keys, Aquarium Mar del Plata in Argentina, Aquafelix and Acquajoss in Italy and Marineland Florida in Saint Augustine; Dolphin Group continues its expansion, taking its vision to the structures that become part of the big family, not only in the field of entertainment, but also of care for the environment, welfare of marine species and sustainability, always taking care that the experience of guests in their habitats and parks is unique and unforgettable.
June 18th, 2019