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Royal Caribbean's private island at CocoCay opens today: Here's what it looks like

Updated : 2019-05-08 22:11:42

It’s been years in the making at a cost of over $250 million, but at long last, Royal Caribbean International’s Perfect Day at CocoCay is open. Or at least, parts of it are. But even as the final phase of the massive project aims for a December opening, the new Perfect Day destination offers various first-of-their-kind attractions for cruise guests. Here's what Royal Caribbean's $250 million island looks like.

Royal Caribbean International has officially opened Perfect Day at CocoCay, a private island in the Bahamas available to passengers on the company's ships. Photo Courtesy: Royal Caribbean
Royal Caribbean International has officially opened Perfect Day at CocoCay, a private island in the Bahamas available to passengers on the company's ships. Photo Courtesy: Royal Caribbean
The company spent $250 million on the island, installing features such as a 135-foot-tall waterslide and a 1,600-foot-long zipline course. Photo Courtesy-Royal Caribbean
The company spent $250 million on the island, installing features such as a 135-foot-tall waterslide and a 1,600-foot-long zipline course. Photo Courtesy-Royal Caribbean
There are also restaurants, cabanas, and an infinity pool. While most of the island's features are now open to passengers, some will open in December. Photo Courtesy- Royal Carribean
There are also restaurants, cabanas, and an infinity pool. While most of the island's features are now open to passengers, some will open in December. Photo Courtesy- Royal Carribean
“Perfect Day at CocoCay,” located in the Bahamas, offers guests both adventure and relaxation. Photo Courtesy: Royal Caribbean
“Perfect Day at CocoCay,” located in the Bahamas, offers guests both adventure and relaxation. Photo Courtesy: Royal Caribbean
It's only open to passengers on Royal Caribbean ships. Photo Courtesy: Royal Caribbean
It's only open to passengers on Royal Caribbean ships. Photo Courtesy: Royal Caribbean
It's only open to passengers on Royal Caribbean ships including one, called Daredevil's Peak, that is 135 feet tall and currently the tallest waterslide in North America. Photo Courtesy: Royal Caribbean
It's only open to passengers on Royal Caribbean ships including one, called Daredevil's Peak, that is 135 feet tall and currently the tallest waterslide in North America. Photo Courtesy: Royal Caribbean
The island also has a 1,600-foot-long zipline course, a wave pool, and a helium balloon that gives visitors a few of the island from a height of 450 feet. Photo Courtesy: Royal Caribbean
The island also has a 1,600-foot-long zipline course, a wave pool, and a helium balloon that gives visitors a few of the island from a height of 450 feet. Photo Courtesy: Royal Caribbean
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