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Exclusive to Royal Caribbean cruise passengers, the island is also known as Little Stirrup Cay and is part of the Berry Islands. An already idyllic location, the island enjoyed more than $200 million in upgrades during 2018 to be reborn as the Perfect Day. It features 21 water slides, including the tallest in North America, more than 1,600 feet of zipline, a gigantic wave pool, and plenty more to brag about when you return home from your cruise!
Imagine your family's own Perfect Day at CocoCay, cruise itineraries calling to port here typically enjoy an extension of the shipboard amenities for which the brand is known. That means you don't need much more than your key card and your camera.
Enjoying slightly warmer daytime average temperatures than destinations around Nassau, balanced by slightly cooler average lows. You'll likely not notice much difference, you'll be having too much fun to worry about a single degree or so!
As with the temperature, average monthly precipitation levels throughout the year are relatively similar to those of Nassau. Expect the slightest bit more rainfall during a couple of months, such as June or October, but again, all relative. January through March are the driest months by far.
Pretty much the only way to access CocoCay is by boat, with cruise passengers enjoying exclusive use of the island when sailing applicable itineraries with Royal Caribbean. The island is almost an extension of the ship.
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