COCOCAY – WHAT A DAY!

What is CocoCay?

Well if you don’t already know it is an island in the Bahamas that Royal Caribbean has transformed into a perfect port of call to enhance their Caribbean cruise program.

I know Royal have a bit of a reputation for charging for every extra onboard ship but the great news is most of CocoCay is complimentary and included in your cruise fare.

You can have classic lazy beach day or chill out in the largest freshwater pool in the Caribbean.

Kids and big kids alike can enjoy the shipwrecked Captain Jill’s Galleon loaded with slides and water cannons, the biggest ever Splashaway Bay aqua park yet, and new sports courts on South Beach.

Or if you want to relax, head to Chill Island and South Beach, both offering plenty of free beach chairs and beachside activities.

Food is of course an integral part of the day so why not head to one of five new complimentary dining venues located throughout the island.

Plus if you have a drinks package onboard, then this is extended to CocoCay too!

Don’t get me wrong.

There are things on the island that are chargeable and you may find especially if you have kids with you that they will want to do them, in which case this day may turn into an expensive excursion.

So, let’s get straight what you get included, what you pay for and how much!

COMPLIMENTARY

 

CATEGORY EXPERIENCE / AMENITY COST
Thrills Splashaway Bay Complimentary
Captain Jill’s Galleon Complimentary
Dining Skipper’s Grill Complimentary
Chill Grill Complimentary
Snack Shack (3 throughout island) Complimentary
Pools Oasis Lagoon Complimentary admission
Beach  chairs, umbrellas and towels Complimentary
Beaches Chill Island Complimentary
Beach chairs, umbrellas and towels Complimentary
South Beach Complimentary admission
Beach chairs, umbrellas and towels Complimentary
Sports Courts Complimentary
Fitness Classes Some complimentary
More
Amenities
Freshwater showers Complimentary
Tram service Complimentary
Beach access wheelchairs Complimentary

 

CHARGABLE

 

CATEGORY EXPERIENCE / AMENITY PRICE STRUCTURE DETAILS
Thrills Thrill Waterpark
Includes 13 waterslides, Wave Pool, Adventure Pool, complimentary dining at Snack Shack, beach chairs, umbrellas and towels
Admission charge FULL Day: $44-$99 per person
HALF Day (P.M. only): $39-$74
Age 0-3: Complimentary
Cabana Rental: Grants
complimentary admission
for up to 6 guests.
Full day rental only.
See cabanas pricing below
Thrill Waterpark + Zip Line Package pricing FULL Day: $99-$179 per person
HALF Day: $89-$149
Zip Line For a charge $79-$139 per person
Up, Up and Away (helium balloon) For a charge Age 13+: $39-$99 per person
Age 4-12: $24-$64
Age 0-3: Complimentary
Beaches Coco Beach Club
Includes access to exclusive beach,
club house, infinity pool, complimentary
dining at The Grille at Coco Beach Club,
beach chairs, umbrellas and towels
Admission charge Age 13+: $54-$99 per person
Age 4-12: $34-$69
Age 0-3: Complimentary
Cabana Rental: Grants
complimentary admission
for up to 8 guests.
See cabanas pricing below
Dining Captain Jack’s A la carte Prices according to menu
More Amenities Cabanas, daybeds throughout island Rental charge See cabanas pricing below
Umbrellas throughout Rental charge
Beach rentals (kayaks, snorkels, etc.) Rental charge Varies
Spa services
(Coco Beach Club & Chill Island)
For a charge Prices according to spa menu

If there is a group of you and you want to make the most of this day then you can hire a cabana. They are not cheap but make for an extra special experience.

 

TYPE PRICE RANGE ACCOMODATES UP TO
Chill Island Cabanas $299 – $569 8 guests
Oasis Lagoon Cabanas $299 – $569 8 guests
Thrill Waterpark Cabanas $499 – $869 6 guests; includes complimentary park admission
Coco Beach Club Beach Cabanas $949 – $1549 8 guests; includes complimentary club admission
Coco Beach Club Overwater Cabanas $999 – $1599 8 guests; includes complimentary club admission

So is it your idea of fun or would you avoid it like the plague?

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