Royal Caribbean unveils what a day at the new CocoCay will cost

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The reimagined CoCoCay will have several attractions, including a water park with full-day and half-day admission prices.
The reimagined CoCoCay will have several attractions, including a water park with full-day and half-day admission prices.

Royal Caribbean International published a price list for the new Perfect Day experiences at its CocoCay private island in the Bahamas, which includes an overwater cabana for eight priced at $1,599 in peak season.

The price of a Coco Beach Club overwater cabana includes admission to the beach club that has a complimentary restaurant, an exclusive beach, a beach clubhouse and other amenities. 

Cabana rentals that don't include beach club or water park admission start at $299 and go to $569, depending on the season.

Royal Caribbean is building a huge water park with 13 slides at CocoCay. Access will cost $44 to $99 per person for the full day and $39 to $74 for a half day, with kids three and under admitted free.

The 1,600-foot zipline being built at CocoCay will cost $79 to $139 per ride. A combo water park and zipline package will be offered at $99 to $179.

Another fee-added attraction at CocoCay will be a helium observation balloon on a 450-foot tether. It is priced at $39 to $99 for adults 13 and over, with children 4 to 12 charged $24 to $64.

The upscale Coco Beach Club will be similarly priced at $54 to $99 for adults and $34 to $69 for kids.

There will be a pirate-themed restaurant called Captain Jack's where pricing is a la carte.

Visitors to CocoCay will also have to pay for beach umbrellas, water sports equipment rentals and spa services.

The Perfect Day at CocoCay will offer plenty of activities at no additional cost beyond the cruise fare, including a swimming lagoon, a water play area with slides, sports courts, groomed beaches and five complimentary restaurants.

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