You read it here first (unless you spotted it on TW UK earlier), Royal Caribbean is planning to open a Perfect Day private island off the coast of Australia.
HUGE (and insanely exciting) Royal Caribbean NEWS!
It’s one of five new private islands that the cruise line plans to debut in the next five years, including one in China and another in the Caribbean.
Currently, we don’t know much about the private island (except that it’s coming, according to TW UK), but we think it’s safe to assume (based on the cruise line’s existing portfolio of islands) that it is going to be epic.
We’re talking super exclusive beachside amusement park epic!
KARRYON and its readers are so hyped about the private island that we thought it’d be fun to brainstorm a few ideas that Royal Caribbean may want to include in Australia’s ‘Perfect Day’.
Here’s what we came up with:
1. A GIANT WATER PARK (OBVIOUSLY)
There’s no shortage of water fun onboard a Royal Caribbean ship, this is true, but there’s also nothing quite like the thrill of running around a water park where you’re one of only 3,000 other people!
It’s practically like exclusive, celebrity-status entry to Wet’n’Wild.
The water park, as we imagine it, would have multiple aqua-based slides, rides and even one gigantic roller coaster. It’ll keep the kids happy and the adults entertained.
2. AN ADULTS-ONLY QUARTER
Water parks are so fun right! But also loud, exhausting and let’s be honest, not everyone wants to hang around screaming kids all day. That’s why we believe Royal Caribbean should dedicate one quarter of the island (yes, an entire quarter) to adults only.
The Adults-Only Quarter can have a sea-salt or magnesium pool with a swim-up bar, a fresh juice stall and private outdoor massage tables.
3. A SEE-THROUGH PIER
Sounds a bit precious, but to give Australian cruisers a truly special welcoming, we suggest a glass or see-through pier through which they can see the gorgeous blue Pacific water underneathe their feet.
If they’re lucky, they may even see sealife swimming below.
4. A LIGHT SHOW
If Vivid Sydney proves one thing, it’s that Aussies enjoy a light show. Royal Caribbean may want to tap into our love of artistic, bright colour by ending a day at the private island with a special light display.
5. SUSTAINABLE ALL THE WAY
Travellers want to be responsible, even when they’re having the time of their lives on a private island. Royal Caribbean may want to open the island with a strict ‘no single-use plastic of any kind’ rule and add on to it by ensuring all food is sourced locally and limiting visitors to one towel each and charging for any extra.
NOTE: This is entirely based on KARRYON‘s evaluation of the cruise line’s existing private island & what we believe to be Australia’s desires for a ‘Perfect Day’.
- READ: RCI is opening a private island off the coast of Aus
- READ: Cruising is cleaner & greener than you realise
- READ: 3 new ships ordered for the Silversea fleet
What would you love to find on Royal Caribbean’s private island off Australia?
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