Almost every major cruise line in the world have a private island or destination that can only be reached by being on a cruise ship. In this section you will be able to learn more about each, including their location and major features.
One of the most famous islands in the world and also the smallest is Coco Cay, belonging to Royal Caribbean. The east end is the center of recreational activities with beaches fronting a coral basin where manatee, rays, and numerous fish can be seen. Nature trails run the entire length and width of the island and after a 250 million dollar renovation, it now includes a marina dock, a wave pool, dozens of water slides and a very well acclaimed docking pier, enabling large cruise ships to dock at the island while eliminating the use of tender boats.
HALF MOON CAY
Little San Salvador Island, also called Half Moon Cay, is a tiny private island in the Bahamas. Accessible only by cruise ships, an of exclusive use of Carnival Corporation companies, it’s known for the long, crescent-shaped Half Moon Beach. Luxury cabanas dot the beachfront, which gives way to trail-lined country rich in birdlife. Half Moon Lagoon Aqua Park has small water slides and playgrounds. Stingray Cove, a lagoon enclosure, is home to tame stingrays. You can find lizards, chickens, dozens of fishes and also horses around the island, as the later is vital part of many shore excursions.