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The Queen of Europe

FABBRI GROUP PORTABLE GIANT WHEEL

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Metz,
CITY CENTRE

Szczecin,
city port

Magdeburg,
STADTPARK

Marseille,
vieux port

GIANT WHEEL
55 METERS

PORTABLE AND SEMI-PORTABLE

This is the largest portable Giant Wheel by Fabbri Group. Specially designed for temporary sites used only for several months or a few years, this model can be easily disassembled as it is built on a steel basement with no foundations, and then moved from one location to another.
The fact of being transportable increases its value over time and the ROI (Return On Investment) is high and quick, if a proper location is found.

TECH DATA

DIMENSIONS  /  25 X 20 X 55(h) M

SEATS  /  252

CABINS  /  42

VIP CABINS  /  2

HOURLY CAPACITY  /  1200 PEOPLE

LOADING  /  3  GONDOLAS

TRANSPORT /  21 TRAILERS 13,6 M

Photos courtesy: RL/Maury Golini and Karim Siri; Brice Wagner; Bruno Darbois; D!RECT_FM; Francis Gerard; Pierre.

Our 55-meters portable Giant Wheel spun in the city center of Magdeburg during spring-summer 2020. It is owned by 2 brothers native of Magdeburg, Hendrik and Stefan Boos, and well-known in the business both because they belong to a family with deep roots in the traveling show (fifth generation) and because they have a great range of rides and attractions: from major rides to children rides, as well as transportable restaurants and games stalls, which they take all over Germany and abroad, at times managing to independently organize entire events and festivals.

The large wheel, which the owners have now given the name Wheel of Hope as a sign of luck for the future, has 42 cabins with partially transparent walls. Two even are VIP cabins, yet all of them boast very high standards of comfort (they even have mobile phone chargers).

The lighting system is also spectacular in the true sense of the word: programmable light effects, special lighting of the cabins with ceiling lights, and exterior lights under the floor and on the sides.

Photos courtesy: TOGO Media

The owners, brothers Hendrik and Stefan Boos

Photos courtesy: schimanzik