Royal Caribbean to Operate Cruises That Stop at Private Island Twice
With the success of Royal Caribbean’s revamped private island Perfect Day at CocoCay, the line is celebrating 100 days since the new features opened with a double dose of fun. New, four-night cruises aboard Navigator and Mariner of the Seas will stop at the Bahamian island twice.
Beginning September 30, travelers will be able to choose from almost 40 sailings that call at CocoCay two times. Three exclusive cruises will also stay at Perfect Day at CocoCay into the evening, opening up the day to even more adventures. “Perfect Day at CocoCay has revolutionized private destinations in the vacation industry, and the resounding feedback from our guests is that they want more – more time and even more ways to experience the island,” said Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International. “We’re building on an incredible adventure that’s already winning the hearts of many.”
The three voyages featuring a late-night stay will be aboard Navigator of the Seas. Visitors of all ages will have the chance to enjoy the island long after the sun sets with traditional Bahamian-inspired activities including a Junkanoo Jam Up Party, performances by a calypso band and fire dancers, an island barbecue, and farewell fireworks before sailing away.
Royal Caribbean’s long-loved private island CocoCay completed its metamorphosis into Perfect Day at CocoCay this past spring, opening lots of new attractions and activities for families. Some of these include the Up, Up and Away tethered helium balloon, the Thrill Waterpark featuring Daredevil’s Peak — the tallest slide in North America, and the massive Oasis Lagoon pool complete with islands and a swim-up bar. And as always, the island remains the perfect destination for a relaxing beach day, too, if water park thrills aren’t your thing and you’d rather swim in saltwater than a pool.
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