Royal Caribbean cruise ship passengers are in for an extra treat after the company’s private island, Perfect Day at CocoCay, was unveiled. Bosses promise it “revolutionises private destinations in the travel industry” and “an experience unlike any other.” With a host of 13 waterslides, the Caribbean’s largest wave pool and the Adventure Pool with a family friendly obstacle course, it certainly sounds impressive. Express.co.uk can reveal an exclusive video of the resort, only available to the company’s customers.
It opens with scenes of CocoCay’s yellow signage nestled onto the white sandy beach.
Aerial shots show the vast array of waterpark slides as well as travellers strolling around in the sunshine.
Tourists eager to explore the resort from the sky can be seen taking to a huge hot air balloon or, for a more daring experience, a zip wire.
Others take to jet skis for that perfect holiday vibe.
Families gather together on a slingshot – a raft ride for for people, while those with nerves of steel plump for the Duelling Demon and Screeching Serpent.
Others kick back and relax on sun loungers or under huge blue and white umbrellas.
The Thrill Waterpark promise just that, with a toast of rides to get wet and wild.
Meanwhile, a Royal Caribbean ship can be seen pulling up in the crystal clear sea, ready to pick up passengers.
Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International, said: “Royal Caribbean is the proven leader when it comes to pushing the envelope in cruise ship design and the experiences offered at sea
“With Perfect Day at CocoCay, we are so proud to bring our 50-year legacy of innovation ashore to transform an incredible island that now completely revolutionises private destinations in the travel industry.
“It is exciting to see what we have dreamed up finally come to life; our guests truly are in for an experience unlike any other.”
Meanwhile, Express.co.uk recently revealed how Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas showcased its incredible new on-board feature – the world’s longest waterslide at sea.
The 800ft aqua-coaster is part of a $115milion makeover.
Dubbed The Blaster, the ride will propel a two-person raft through more than 800 feet of hills, drops and straightaways.
It also includes a section that extends over the side of the ship for a unique seaborne thrill.
The water slide isn’t the only ride on board the Royal Caribbean ship for those looking for an adrenalin rush.
Riptide will plunge riders headfirst down the cruise industry’s very first mat racer, finishing with an exhilarating home stretch through a translucent tube offering breathtaking ocean views.