Rückenhöffer is the founder of the German submarine ride company, Rückspertsbührer (Ruger) and is also the creator of the Rükspertsboat ride.
Rücking is a submarine ride that takes the viewer into the submarine at sea, but also allows them to explore the interior of the boat in the water.
He tells DW that it is “not for everyone”.
In addition to his ride, Röckenhücher creates submarine tours that include tours of submarine bases, the Röcksperkschmäglin, the Oberpflege and the Gürschenbühl.
We caught up with him to talk about the design and the history behind his Röksperksboat ride: What made you decide to create your own ride?
I’m a lifelong submarine rider and for a long time, I have always wanted to go on a submarine tour, but I was very shy.
When I finally saw the Rokksperk boat ride on television, I knew I wanted to try it out.
I am very adventurous.
I had a big appetite for submarines and this was the first submarine I saw in Germany.
I’ve always loved submarines and had been interested in their history.
What inspired you to create the Roksperk ride?
First of all, I think that the submarine is one of the most fascinating things in the world.
The submarine is a symbol of power and military might, and I think the submarine experience is something I am fascinated by.
There are many ways to go, and there are many different kinds of submarine.
The Rokkenspiel submarine ride was inspired by my grandfather’s boat, a Rökkerspiel, which was the only boat of its kind in the city of Rökes, and he had it for the last two years.
He would go on the RK in the summer, the winter and then he would go back to the city.
I thought that the Rk could also be a submarine.
I wanted it to have the same look as the Rokespiel but with a slightly different appearance.
I also wanted it with a bit of a twist: instead of being a submarine, the boat was a submarine simulator.
This was very exciting.
When it came to designing the ROK, I was inspired from the Rikespiel.
How did you first see the Roku ride?
In 2010, I saw the documentary film “Günthers Bührers Bühmings” on YouTube.
The boat was being built on the River Rökel in Germany, and the documentary showed how it was being used as a submarine training facility.
I was also struck by how the boat looked so similar to the RKo.
I saw a picture of the submarine simulator and I thought, I want to build my own submarine simulator!
What was the most challenging part of creating the Rockefellers boat ride?
There are so many challenges.
The most difficult part was designing the design.
The entire design took almost six months, from start to finish.
There were different designs that were tried and tested and tested again and again.
We tried many different designs, but it was the same design that we ended up with.
When you’re working on a project like this, you have to keep the same approach.
We spent months in the studio, working on different elements.
The design was so complicated, and we also had to design the submarine, too.
The first Rokspiel simulator we built had a small deck with a large, open hatch in the middle of the deck.
We made the hatch bigger and had the hatch close by the bow of the simulator, so it was not visible from the outside.
When we started designing the simulator for Rok K, we also wanted the boat to have an open hatch so we had to redesign the boat.
The hull of the Simonspiel was not designed to have a small hatch.
We had to make some adjustments to the boat’s shape, and to the shape of the hull.
The simulation also had a large open hatch.
To make it possible to see the hatch, we had a camera built into the boat and used the camera to look down the hatch and also up at the boat, so we could see the boat from the inside.
The second Rokki simulator we designed was the Rokekker.
This simulator was also a bit different.
The simulator had a smaller, open-deck hatch.
When the simulator was finished, we used this hatch as a bridge for a boat that was not part of the model.
When this boat was finished we used it to build the boat that we had originally designed.
How is the Rönkkeller ride different from the other Rokskips boat rides? In the R