Royal Caribbean fans can officially start counting down to the launch of Perfect Day at CocoCay, the line’s private island in the Bahamas.
With it due to open in May 2019, there are several new amenities to impress Royal passengers with such as:
-The Oasis Lagoon, the largest freshwater pool in the Caribbean
-Captain Jack’s Galleon, a water play area with slides, a geyser, and water cannons
-Splashaway Bay aquapark
The line is currently acquiring land for additional Perfect Day private islands.
President Michael Bayley commented: “We have been busy acquiring land around the world and each one will have a slightly different concept, depending on what each market’s idea of a perfect day is.”
Most of the amenities on Perfect Day at CocoCay will be free and passengers will only need to pay for extras like access to the Thrill Waterpark and cabana rentals.
This will be Royal’s second privately operated destination with the first being Labadee, Haiti (not part of the Perfect Day collection).
According to Royal Caribbean‘s website, CocoCay is part of Perfect day with its “one-of-a-kind ways to thrill and chill, all in the same day”.
Like conquering the tallest waterslide in North America, and snapping a shot from 450 feet up in a helium balloon.
A drink at the swim-up bar in the Bahamas’ largest freshwater pool. Or a taste of Bora Bora in the only private overwater cabanas in the Bahamas.”
Passengers who visit will also be able to use two beaches: one called Chill Island and the other named South Beach.
In November last year, Royal Caribbean announced a $115 million renovation on Navigator of the Seas that would break records for the line.
The ship will be visiting Perfect Day at CocoCay on her short Caribbean itineraries from May 2019 onwards.
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