Royal Caribbean’s private island retreat in the Bahamas is offering eye-opening travel amenities to its cruise passengers after a $250 million transformation.
Perfect Day at CocoCay, is bound to please cruise lovers offering everything from a record-setting water slide and a massive wave pool to five new complimentary dining venues and quiet sandy beaches.
“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,” said Michael Bayley, Royal Caribbean International’s president, and CEO, in a statement.
CocoCay’s Thrill Waterpark features the fiery red and orange Daredevil’s Peak water slide towers over the park’s other 12 slides. At 135 feet, Daredevil’s Peak is North America’s tallest water slide.
Also home to CocoCay is the Caribbean’s largest wave pool, a 1,600-foot-long zip line, and a helium balloon tethered to the ground that provides guests with a vantage point 450 feet high and Oasis Lagoon, the Caribbean’s largest freshwater pool, has a large swim-up bar and private cabanas.
CocoCay won’t officially be completed until December when it opens Coco Beach Club which will feature the Bahamas’ first overwater cabanas, each with its own slide into the ocean. There will also be a 2,600-foot beachfront infinity pool and a club and deck area.
CocoCay is the first in a planned collection of Royal Caribbean Perfect Day islands. Additional private island locations are expected in the Caribbean, Asia, and Australia. For a full list of sailings visiting Perfect Day at CocoCay, visit www.royalcaribbean.com/cococay-cruises.