Royal Caribbean just opened a $250 million island ONLY for their customers

May 8 2019, 9:29 pm

Cruising is an experience in itself, but the different ports are what truly makes the vacation exciting.

From pristine beaches to quaint towns to tropical oases, cruise ship passengers have the opportunity to soak in unique experiences at each stop.

But Royal Caribbean Cruises has just upped the stopover game to the next level, with a new fully outfitted attraction that cost $250 million to create.

Set on a private island in the Bahamas and dreamy AF, it’s almost Fyre Festival level — except for it actually exists.

Perfect Day at CocoCay is Royal Caribbean’s way of delivering just that: a perfect day.

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Perfect Day at CocoCay. (Royal Caribbean)

The island has been transformed into a tropical adventure zone designed specifically to give its passengers bragging rights.

From the tallest waterslide in North America to a balloon ride 450 feet up in the air, a swim-up bar in the Bahamas’ largest freshwater pool to private underwater cabanas, Perfect Day at CocoCay caters to vacationers of all tastes and ages. You just have to be a Royal Caribbean passenger to experience it.

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Perfect Day at CocoCay. (Royal Caribbean)

With the full shebang set to open by December 19, visitors can already enjoy features like the Thrill Waterpark, the Zip Line, Splashaway Bay aqua park, Up, Up and Away helium balloon, and the Oasis Lagoon freshwater pool.

Whether you’re looking to chill or get your adrenaline rushing, this island has got you covered.

Who’s ready to play, because we know we are!

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