Royal Caribbean and Antigua Sign for First Royal Beach Club

   February 14, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

RCI-Royal Caribbean and Antigua and Barbuda's government have signed an agreement for the company’s first Royal Beach Club. The new agreement marks the beginning of the Royal Beach Club development project expected to break ground later in 2020.

Exclusively for Royal Caribbean passengers, Royal Beach Club Antigua is due to sit along over a half-mile of beachfront and combine the beautiful beaches of the island with Royal Caribbean’s signature amenities.

The beach club experience will offer exceptional views from private cabanas as well as a pool with a swim-up bar. Featuring island-style BBQs, regional fare, live music, and thrills like jet skis, snorkelling, paddle boarding, and a family splash pad, the new venue will make for an unforgettable beach day.

Port of St Johns (Antigua)

RCI has also committed to bring Symphony of the Seas to the island with a port call on November 3, 2020. Docking at a new cruise port at the capital of Saint Johns, Symphony OTS will be the first Oasis-Class liner to call on the island.

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