A new expansion at Royal Caribbean's private island in The Bahamas will cater to adults.
The announcement confirmed the expansion and name, but no other details.
During an earnings call with investors on Friday, Royal Caribbean International President and CEO confirmed Hideaway Beach will be an adults-only area.
"We have an expansion taking place in perfect day with the addition of Hideaway Beach, which is a new experience that will open in late '22 for Perfect Day," Mr. Bayley said while talking about port projects on the books. "The beauty of Hideaway Beach is that it is an adult only area as part of Perfect Day."
Mr. Bayley said the new area will increase the capacity of the private island by "approximately 3000" passengers.
Mr. Bayley also added that Hideaway Beach will help improve the cruise line's overall profitability and drive more more revenue, which seems to indicate Hideaway Beach will have an extra cost.
The choice of an adults-only was part of a survey sent to some guests in late September for what sort of activities they would want see added to the island experience.
Hideaway Beach will be located on the western end of the island in a cove area that is slowly being developed.
The western end of the island is undeveloped land, as well as backstage storage and lodging, but it appears those operations can be relocated.
This will be the first expansion of CocoCay since the pandemic, and first since the Coco Beach Club was completed in early 2020.