Zip ‘N’ Slide Bermuda Video Goes Viral

December 28, 2018

A unique water slide and zip line dubbed a Zip ‘n’ Slide – featuring a 174 foot slide and a 900 foot long zip line – was built in Bermuda, with a video created by the talented team at Burnt House productions.

The Zip ‘n’ Slide was created by Mike Wilson and Spencer Butterfield, with construction of the slide itself taking about two weeks and built for temporary use just as a fun project.

The video, which runs just over three and a half minutes, depicts people working to construct the massive slide and zip line and then enjoying it after its completion, with people being launched into the water via the slide or dropping into the water from above after using the zip line.

Since being uploaded to YouTube on Christmas Day, the video has garnered more than 10,000 views.

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  1. Playstation says:

    wonder how long it lasts before some government person tries to close it down!¬

    • Tosh says:

      the real question is did they have a permit for this

      • Toodle-oo says:

        As if they really would be stupid enough to build a very visible structure and then put it all over the internet publicizing it for everyone here to see . lol

        I think we’re talking about a slightly different group of people than the ones that sell used bikes on line proclaiming that they’ve been kitted and now have 170-200 cc engines , as an example.

      • Question says:

        It takes 9 months to get a permit to build a wall. So I’m guessing no.

    • wahoo says:

      Perhaps some fun tax is in order here.

  2. Philip says:

    Or tax it

  3. sage says:

    Nice. Wondering why I didn’t get an invite.

  4. JohnnyB says:

    This is Amazing! If only Bermuda had something like this the tourists or public use!

    Great job guys!

  5. Congrats says:

    That boat on the right is too close and where are the safety supports on the side of the slide. So are we saying that no permits are needed to build that when Planning seem to question even a tool shed or signs along East Broadway. And now that it has gone viral, can people pay to use it or it was it just a gimmick for the rich and famous?

  6. puzzled says:

    Could be a hazard to navigation.
    Also in the first part there is a cabin cruiser sitting right next to where they land. How stupid is that.

    No I am not scrooge but safety first.

  7. T Givens says:

    Is this available for the public and tourists use.