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Brand New Island For Royal Caribbean…

Brand New Island For Royal Caribbean…

Royal Caribbean has just announced the location for its brand new private island destination which will be Vanuatu in the South Pacific.

‘Perfect Day at Lelepa’ is expected to be the first carbon-neutral private destination in the world and will be created in partnership with the local community to showcase the natural ecological beauty and diverse local culture. Not only that, but they will also be providing employment and education opportunities.

The new Royal Caribbean island will have a different look and feel to their current island ‘Perfect Day at CocoCay’ which is located in the Caribbean.

The line’s president and CEO Michael Bayley has said “because our guests around the world all have different definitions for their perfect day – and all of them are right. Our designers and nature have created the ideal South Pacific experience and we expect the results will be stunning”.

We don’t know too much about the new island but we do know that it will be built with sustainability features designed to safeguard the island’s ecosystem.

Cox Architecture, a sustainable, design-focused contemporary architectural firm based in Australia, will serve as the lead architect on the project.

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What do you think of Royal Caribbean‘s brand new island? Do you want to visit? Do you think it will be as good as ‘Perfect Day at CocoCay’? Let us know in the comments below.

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