Nope. It takes forever to load and unload people on the subs.
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this is how long it takes to unload one of the subs. This is not my video but it seems from the video that it may take a minute or so to unload. It shows the inside of the sub aswell so you semi see how long it takes to load aswell... about 1:45 just to unload and 1:21 to just get the sub loaded and going. I believe it will take some time
I'm actually staying in Utah and moving to Washington state for the opening, just in case the line makes it out here.
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The sub issue of The E Ticket has an arial view of that area the year the subs opened. Based on that photo, with a line around the lagoon to about where the skyway lines are overhead, and people needed an individual ticket for each ride, and the annual attendence was lower than now, and the line for the Matterhorn was much shorter than it is these days, despite higher capacity, it's safe to say that these will likely be the longest lines since Indy opened.