Cruise company Royal Caribbean has announced new four-night itineraries that now feature two visits to their private island. Royal Caribbean’s isla
Cruise company Royal Caribbean has announced new four-night itineraries that now feature two visits to their private island. Royal Caribbean’s island, Perfect Day at CocoCay, is the result of a $250 million transformation and is celebrating 100 days. Bosses have said it “revolutionises private destinations in the travel industry” and is “an experience unlike any other.” Perfect Day at CocoCay boasts 13 waterslides, the Caribbean’s largest wave pool and an Adventure Pool with a family-friendly obstacle course.
Thanks to Royal Caribbean’s new itineraries, in one short getaway, guests will have twice the time to thrill and chill on their choice of nearly 40 sailings beginning 30 September 2019.
“Perfect Day at CocoCay has revolutionised private destinations in the holiday industry,” said Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International.
“The resounding feedback from our guests is that they want more – more time and even more ways to experience the island.”
“We’re building on an incredible adventure that’s already winning the hearts of many.”
Guests sailing onboard Navigator and Mariner of the Seas on these select sailings can choose to relax one day and sample the island’s delights the next or make the most of the thrills on both days.
Guests can enjoy plunging down the tallest waterslide in North America and travelling up to 450 feet in the air in the Up, Up & Away helium balloon.
They can relax in the Caribbean’s largest freshwater pool, Oasis Lagoon; or lie back on pristine, white-sand beaches next to crystal-clear tropical water.
Three exclusive cruises onboard Navigator also make their debut today, featuring a late-night island experience on Perfect Day, complete with extended hours and new adventures.
Holidaymakers can indulge in traditional Bahamian-inspired activities long after the sun has set.
These include a Junkanoo Jam Up Party, an island barbecue and performances by a calypso band and fire dancers, topped off with farewell fireworks before setting sail.
Perfect Day at CocoCa is the first of 16 such bases and can be accessed by sailing on 11 of the global cruise line’s ships from ports in Florida and the northeast.
The latest addition to Royal Caribbean’s ship Navigator of the Seas was revealed un February of this year after the ship underwent a $115 million makeover.
Dubbed The Blaster, the ride will propel a two-person raft through more than 800 feet of hills, drops and straightaways.
It also includes a section that extends over the side of the ship for a unique seaborne thrill.
The water slide isn’t the only ride onboard the Royal Caribbean ship for those looking for an adrenalin rush.
Riptide will plunge riders headfirst down the cruise industry’s very first mat racer, finishing with an exhilarating home stretch through a translucent tube offering breathtaking ocean views.