Royal Caribbean has formally opened up its new private island for its passengers
Royal Caribbean has formally opened up its new $250 million private island in the Bahamas, which is available to travelers on the organization’s boats.
The island at CocoCay named as Perfect Day offers everything from a record-setting water slide and a 1,600ft-long zip line course through to chill out zone and restaurants, which means you can feed your inner daredevil or simply kick back and relax.
Royal Caribbean International’s president and CEO, Michael Bayley said: “We are so proud to bring our 50-year legacy of innovation ashore to transform an incredible island that now completely revolutionizes private destinations in the vacation industry”.
Different kind of ways to enjoy in the same day like snapping a shot from 450 feet up in a helium balloon, and conquering the tallest water slide in North America. 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.
This is what we called a PERFECT DAY at CocoCay only on Royal Caribbean.
There are 13 water slides in this island, including one which is called Daredevil’s Peak, it is 135ft tall, a 1,600 ft zipline course, a wave pool and a giant helium balloon giving the visitor’s a view of the island from the dizzying height of 450ft.
Everyone is already too excited to go and explore. One person commented on the Royal Caribbean blog, “Can’t wait for my first visit in December. Looking forward to trying the water slides and relaxing on the beach.”
With the Bahama’s first overwater cabanas, Coco Beach club will open in December. There will also be a 2,600ft beachfront infinity pool and a club and deck area.
Later this year Royal Caribbean will add yet another area to the island paradise.
Royal Caribbean also has plans to launch private islands elsewhere in the Caribbean, as well as in Australia and Asia according to CNN.