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Royal Caribbean Announces Late Night Visits to Private Island in the Bahamas

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Royal Caribbean has announced late-night visits and double calls during itineraries to its recently renovated Perfect Day at CocoCay private island.

Even More Chances to Experience CocoCay!

How about a late-night visit to Royal Caribbean’s private island named Perfect Day at CocoCay in the Bahamas? Well, that is now a reality along with offerings of two calls to the island during one cruise. This announcement comes as the cruise line is celebrating 100 days since the renovated destination re-launched.

Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International, said:

“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.”

“We’re building on an incredible adventure that’s already winning the hearts of many.”  

Ryal Caribbean is offering new 4-night itineraries which include two calls to CocoCay. There’s a choice of more than 40 sailings for booking starting from September 30. There will only be three exclusive late-night sailings to the island. You can see the list of available bookings right here.

These newly announced offerings are available on just two cruise ships. Navigator of the Seas based out of Miami, Florida will offer the exclusive late-night visits and Mariner of the Seas based out of Port Canaveral, Florida will sail the double calls to the island through April 2021. To find out more about Perfect Day at CocoCay you can read our full guide by clicking here.

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