What’s Included on Perfect Day at CocoCay, Bahamas

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What's Included on Perfect Day at CocoCay

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Royal Caribbean’s private island in the Bahamas has recently undergone a multi-million dollar renovation. This newly transformed island, now referred to as Perfect Day at CocoCay, offers several new island experiences and adventures. Many of these attractions like the Thrill Waterpark and Zipline can be purchased as shore excursions. However, there are still plenty of things to do on the island that are complimentary. Find out all the details on What’s Included on Perfect Day at CocoCay Bahamas.

What’s Included on Perfect Day at CocoCay Bahamas

The Basics

CocoCay is equipped with complimentary freshwater showers, restrooms, and changing rooms. Further, the beaches have beach chairs and umbrellas for your use. There is also a complimentary tram service around the island for those who are unable to walk long distances. This tram has multiple stops and runs about every 15 minutes.

Some of your onboard purchases will also be available for use at CocoCay. As a major technological upgrade, Perfect Day at CocoCay now has WiFi. If you have purchased an internet package, you will be able to post all your adventures to social media while lounging in a beach chair on the island. In addition, if you have a beverage package, it will also work on CocoCay. You can grab a coco loco or your favorite tropical drink on the island for no additional cost.

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Attractions Included on Perfect Day at CocoCay

Many of the new attractions on Perfect Day at CocoCay are complimentary. The kids will love the Splashaway Bay aqua park complete with fountains, pools, sprinklers, water cannons, kid-size waterslides, and two massive drench buckets. There is also the shipwrecked Captain Jill’s Galleon located near the pier that is loaded with slides and water cannons to keep the family entertained all day long.

Perfect Day at CocoCay

The Oasis Lagoon is a new attraction at CocoCay Bahamas that is quickly becoming a cruiser favorite. This expansive and complimentary lagoon is the Caribbean’s largest freshwater pool. Cruisers of all ages will enjoy taking a dip in the pool or lounging in this upbeat area. There is even a DJ and a swim up bar. We’d say that sounds like a pretty Perfect Day at CocoCay!

So, no need to purchase CoCoCay Bahamas excursions if you love beaches and pools!

Perfect Day at CocoCay

There are also plenty of soft sandy beaches at CocoCay. Harbor Beach is a small, protected beach area centrally located on the island that is great for families. At Chill Island (mostly the area of the former CocoCay), you can create your own perfect day by lounging on the complimentary beach chairs and swimming in the crystal clear waters.

If you are looking for a little adrenaline rush, then you will want to head over to South Beach. This beach offers a complimentary sports court for partaking in a friendly game of beach volleyball, basketball, and more lawn games.

Perfect Day at CocoCay

Of course, there are also for-fee activities located on the beaches like wave runners and kayaks. These Perfect Day at CocoCay Bahamas excursions are available to purchase in the Cruise Planner pre-cruise.

Dining Included on Perfect Day at CocoCay

Perfect Day at CocoCay will have a total of 5 complimentary dining locations on the island. The Chill Grill is the largest dining venue on CocoCay and is located on Chill Island. Offering everything from tacos to sandwiches and grilled favorites, the Chill Grill is a great casual spot to relax and enjoy some lunch.

Perfect Day at CocoCay

With more nautically inspired decor, Skipper’s Grill is another casual lunchtime spot that overlooks the harbor and offers the same food options as the Chill Grill. There are also 2 Snack Shacks (3rd slated to open in December) located throughout the island including at the Thrill Waterpark. These snack shacks serve items like hamburgers, chicken sandwiches, salads, funnel cake, and more. We have to say that the food is quite tasty!

Also, Captain Jack’s offers chicken wings with signature sauces and crispy steak fries at a la carte pricing.

What’s NOT Included on Perfect Day at CocoCay Bahamas

While there are many complimentary activities on the island, admission to signature attractions like the Thrill Waterpark, Zipline, and Helium Balloon will cost you extra money. Perfect Day CocoCay Bahamas shore excursions are available to book for additional costs as well. Additionally, there is a Straw Market and Logo shop to make souvenir purchases while on the island. While there are many bars on CocoCay, beverages will also cost you extra money unless you have purchased a drink package.

The Coco Beach Club will require an additional fee for entrance which will grant you access to exclusive facilities. Of course, there are also various beach beds, bungalows, and cabanas located throughout the island that are available for purchase with some including additional perks. The most desirable (and expensive) cabanas will be the over-water cabanas coming soon in the Coco Beach Club.

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What's Included on Perfect Day at CocoCay

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Heidi is a physical therapist by profession, cruise enthusiast at heart, and Princess all the time! She is a self-confessed thrill seeker, obsessive planner, and over-packer. She is always looking for the latest and greatest adventures onboard and ashore, enjoys researching top things to do in ports of call, and loves dressing up for formal nights.
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  1. Coco Cay is beautiful. Most of the passengers feel the activities on the island should be included especially since RCL owns it. The cabanas are sooooo overpriced and not worth the price you pay. Our family purchased the Chill Island and Oasis cabanas at pre-construction prices which was reasonable. There are plenty of chairs, umbrellas and shade around the island so cabanas aren’t necessary.

      I agree! We were gonna book the slides but they just went up to 125.00……my family will pass now

    For what we are paying for the cruise Coco Cay water park should be included. Since that everything is extra charge on the cruise line compared to the others. Its ridiculous for a family of 4 to afford this kind of vacation. Should lower price and make smaller ships.

    I recently booked a cruise RCC and now I understand why Disney is the best. I have never spent extra money on DCL other than getting an adult drink. Prices should include unlimited beverages and fun on the private island. People say DCL is expensive but it’s worth the money because once you pay for it all you don’t have to worry about anyting on your trip

      I could not agree more with this post!!! I was totally shocked by the fact that after you pay for the RCL Cruise we had to book the water park for extra. We thought it was all included like on Disney. I mean its alot extra. I think the reps must get a commission or something because they tried to push us into pre- buying and we did not. Don’t prebuy!!! Check it out first there is still alot of free stuff to do . We bought the ticket for the kids only when we go there. We used to love Coco Cay . It was such a tranquil and beautiful island. It was our favorite spot of all cruising destinations in the Caribbean and we have been to them all. Not any more its way over priced for sure!! It looks like any other over done, man made ,water park you can visit with out paying for a cruise. Nothing special and way over priced. We booked just to go to Coco Cay and were heart broken when we saw what had been done to it. Shame on you RCL for ruining a perfect Day at Coco Cay with that albatross of a water contraption!!!

    Royal Caribbean took what was a perfect day on a private island and turned it into a disaster marked by greed greed and more greed. Coco cay was a great open beautiful island that ships used tenders to access and you felt like you were in a Caribbean island instead if at six flags or Disney world. This over hyped over priced over marketed waste of what was a perfect day is now nothing special. It was special years ago now it’s like anywhere else. Royal Caribbean ruined their island

    Do not buy tickets in advance for Coco Cay. What you r not being told is the fact that you need tickets ONLY if you are going to the WATER PARK, and they r pricey! If you r going to the beach, just get off the ship and walk to the island. You do NOT have to pay for the chairs and beach . Lunch is free… eat breakfast before you go….not available on the island. We were a party of 7 celebrating our50th wedding anniversary. The rep on the phone told us when we pre purchase the tickets, that everyone had to have a ticket.. .spent $500 in tickets. .only used 1 adult, and 2 kids tickets. . Explained to the rep that there is a 77 yr old, 73 year old, 16 year old, and 10 year old who just wanted to go to the beach, not the WATERPARK! THE OTHER 3 WENT TO THE WATERPATK. SHE TOLD ME THAT EVERYONE NEEDED TO HAVE A TICKET! TRIED TO GET MY MONEY BACK FOR THE 4 TICKETS AND WAS TOLD NO.

    I plan to visit on August 10, did research and will use the free side of the island. I believe that they have 1/2 day passes which I won’t use, just hang around the beach and will have the ship to enjoy

    I appreciate all comments from past guests. We will be traveling with 10 family members in summer 2020. 6 of us are in 60’s and 70’s with one grandson’s family including 2 boys under 10. Probably none of us “old timers” will pay to do the rides but want the younger family to enjoy themselves to the max. So thanks for the heads up on pricing.

    How much is now pass for Perfect Day at CocoCay in 2020 ? I have to buy before or i can buy pass there, is it 1/2 day offer ?

    One thing I have noticed about Royal is that the longer you wait to book something the more expensive it gets, especially if you wait to get it on the ship. I am not sure about CocoCay.

    Can we walk through the water park to watch our grandchildren or do we have to pay to get in even if not using the rides?

    We have free passes to coco cay from our cruise for coco cay water Park does this include the water slides and zip lines ?