That doesn't explain these figures though dude? 75% drop in profits. 10% drop in gate figures? I might be missing something obvious here, but 300,000 people less, equates to 3 million less profit? Yet they maintain 90% attendance, over a year with no attraction or expenses for said attraction lol? Either payments are spread out, or deferred - oh I cannot go down this track, it's way to complex and been too long since I did this kinda stuff. 16 million pound ride, only 300k thousand more visitors = 75% more profit? The figures suggest juggling around, something businesses have to do anyway so it's to be expected, but I in talking simply of a profit fall - a far smaller real term one, yes that's expected anyway - but 75% down, only 300k visitors less, and minus a 16 million pound outlay? There is no way they are real world year on year figures based on business performance alone. It's a huge, multinational complex business, it wouldn't make the slightest bit of sense to operate like that.