Royal Caribbean’s private island, that is due to open in May, is promising to be a cruise destination both adults and kids will enjoy.
Perfect Day at CocoCay, accessible only as a stop on RCI cruise ships, is under construction and will unveil new amenities, such as the “Caribbean’s largest wave pool” and the “tallest waterslide in North America” on May 4. During the stop at the island, passengers will have the chance to ride in a helium balloon 450 feet (137 meters) in the air and overlook the Bahamas or ride a 1,600ft2 (488 m2) zip-line across the harbor.
At the Thrill Waterpark, vacationers can take a ride down the slides in Daredevil’s Tower, that includes a pair of side-by-side drop slides named Dueling Demons, another pair of slides named Manta Racyers, as well as a high-speed vertical drop named Screeching Serpent, a coiling slide named Green Mamba, and a 135-foot-tall Daredevil’s Peak, touted as the “tallest waterslide in North America.”
Coco Cay's Thrill Waterpark also has 6 multi-rider slides in Splash Summit, that includes the Twister, winding tube slide, the Slingshot, zero-gravity slide for 4, and the 4-lane Splash Speedway racing slides.
On May 3, 2019, Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas will make her inaugural cruise to Perfect Day at CocoCay. Other amenities scheduled to roll out later in 2019 include South Beach, the area for beachside basketball, volleyball, soccer, paddle boarding, zorbing in an inflatable zorb ball, and glass-bottom kayaking, and Coco Beach Club, that is a more luxurious oasis with private butlers and overwater cabanas.
Passengers can dine and drink at Captain Jack’s, featuring a rowboat bar with waterfront views and specialties like crispy steak fries and chicken wings. Skipper’s Grill offers lunchtime favorites like sandwiches, burgers, tacos, and salads.