Royal Caribbean Announces New Itineraries With Two CocoCay Visits

Perfect Day at CocoCay
Perfect Day at CocoCay

Royal Caribbean International has announced new four-night itineraries with two visits to the cruise line's newly revamped private island destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay.

Starting September 30, 2019, travelers can embark on one of 40 available sailings; but now, three exclusive cruises are offering late-night island experiences at Perfect Day, complete with extended hours.

Royal Caribbean International says guests sailing onboard Navigator and Mariner of the Seas can plummet down the tallest waterslide in North America, Daredevil’s Peak, soar up to 450 feet in the air in the Up, Up & Away helium balloon, swim in the Caribbean’s largest freshwater pool, Oasis Lagoon, or lay down on the white sand beaches.

Night Cruises Aboard Navigator 

Royal Caribbean’s is offering three cruises with late-night visits to the island on board Navigator.

Activities available for cruisers of all ages include a Junkanoo Jam Up Party, an island barbeque and performances by a calypso band and fire dancers, topped off with farewell fireworks before setting sail.

Perfect Day at CocoCay is a private island in the Caribbean. It recently underwent a 250-million-dollar makeover. Travel Agent spent a day at the attraction-filled destination in May. Advice from the travel agents who attended? Make sure you take the map. It may be an “almost overwhelming” place.

For more information, visit http://www.RoyalCaribbean.com.

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