There will soon be a new area of Royal Caribbean's private island in The Bahamas to enjoy.
Royal Caribbean announced on Tuesday an expansion to Perfect Day at CocoCay with a new area.
Royal Caribbean International President and CEO Michael Bayley revealed in an email to Crown and Anchor Society guests plans for the new area.
"I can also hardly wait to share more news about our plans in The Bahamas, including another expansion to make Perfect Day at CocoCay even more perfect with an entirely new experience we’re calling Hideaway Beach — you heard it here first!"
There were no additional details, but this is the first expansion of the private island since the completion of the Coco Beach Club in early 2020.
Prior to the cruise industry shutdown of 2020, Royal Caribbean alluded to the idea of expanding CocoCay following the early successes of the Perfect Day makeover.
Where could Hideaway Beach be located? Much of the western end of CocoCay is undeveloped.
Royal Caribbean has utilized the area immediately west of Thrill Waterpark for supplies, lodging, and other backstage needs. But the beaches to the west and south are unused.
Of course, cruise fans are excited to know what will be part of the Hideaway Beach area.
There has not been a trademark filing yet with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, so unfortunately no clues in any of those filings yet.
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