Cruise lines are enhancing their private island amenities and their passengers are winning


Private islands continue to be very popular attractions on Caribbean itineraries for most major cruise lines. While in port, guests disembark to a beach paradise where they can enjoy the sun and sand for no additional cost, or they can splurge on curated excursions or luxe experiences. 



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“Either way, the cruise line has almost full control – save for the weather – of this branded experience, meaning that they have the most to gain or lose from a cruiser’s experience. If the trend of recent investment is any indication, they are not looking to miss out on these islands of opportunity,” says Brittany Chrusciel, Cruise Critic’s destinations editor.

She says that private islands are about creating a one-of-a-kind experience for cruisers that in some cases is an extension of the ship – something more in demand now than ever before.

Superlatives like “the tallest waterslide in North America” on Royal Caribbean’s Perfect Day at CocoCay are brag-worthy and play well into social media. Other experiences, like Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, are a reflection of growing environmental conservation and sustainability concerns.

And exclusive enclaves, like the Silver Cove experience on Norwegian Cruise line’s Great Stirrup Cay, give passengers the chance to upgrade their private island experience – similar to luxe suite complexes onboard,” Chrusciel adds.

Three cruise line leaders have created recent stand-out experiences on their private islands, and luckily, none of the sites was significantly damaged by Hurricane Dorian in September.

Norwegian Cruise Line

Norwegian’s Great Stirrup Cay, located in the Bahamas’ Berry Islands chain, is the OG private island. Purchased in 1977, it was the first private island in the cruise industry and completed in 2014. The 270-acre oasis offers white-sand beaches and blue waters in an authentic Bahamian atmosphere, as well as an abundance of activities and dining options.

In 2017, Great Stirrup Cay received several enhancements as part of the cruise line’s Norwegian Edge refurbishment program, including new dining venues, upgraded oceanfront bars and enhanced beach cabanas. And 2019 saw the launch of Silver Cove, offering guests an exclusive private retreat.

Guests staying in its villas can explore a new oceanfront lagoon area including private beach access, a Mandara Spa as well as a new Moet Bar and the Silver Cove Restaurant and Bar.

The Villas at Silver Cove provide guests with the same experience available across the 17-ship fleet – but on land. Its 38 air-conditioned villas are offered in studio, one-bedroom or two-bedroom configurations. Inside each, you’ll find a full, private bathroom, daybed, club chairs  and TV with on-demand entertainment. A beach umbrella and lounge chairs are also provided.

Six one-bedroom villas include an expanded living area with a wet bar and a private king-bedded master bedroom. A pair of two-bedroom family suite villas also feature a private dining area, entertainment area and a larger master bedroom with a separate soaking tub and shower.

In total, the island boasts 1,500 feet of accessible beachfront; over 50 cabana and villa options,  close to a dozen dining and beverage options and a variety of shore activities, including a new, 3,000-foot zipline.

Royal Caribbean

In May 2019, Royal Caribbean International opened Perfect Day at CocoCay in the Bahamas, the first in a planned series of private island destinations. Following a $200 million transformation, this island located west of Norwegian’s Great Stirrup Cay, offers travelers chills and thills, including Thrill Waterpark with 13 slides, including Daredevil’s Peak – the tallest waterslide in North America; Up, Up and Away, a helium balloon that floats up to 450 feet in the air; and Oasis Lagoon, the Caribbean’s largest freshwater pool. For those who prefer real beaches to pools, there’s Chill Island.

IN PHOTOS: 31 of the world’s biggest cruise ships

Slide 1 of 31: Sydney,NSW, Australia on 24th Dec 2015:Explorer of the Seas is a Voyager-class cruise ship owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International built in 1999. She can accommodate over 3,000 passenegrs
Slide 2 of 31: US shipowner Royal Caribbeans new Oasis-class cruise ship, Symphony of the Seas, the largest passenger ship ever to be constructed by gross tonnage and built by French shipyard STX, is pictured on February 13, 2018 in the port of Saint-Nazaire, western France. STX, whose origins date to 1861, has several cruise ships on order between now and 2026 for its two main clients, MSC Cruises and Royal Caribbean. Italian shipbuilding company Fincantieri announced on Februay 2, 2018 it had reached an agreement with France to buy 50 percent of the French shipyard STX. Symphony of the Seas is to be delivered to the Royal Caribbean by March, and will be able to accommodate 5,518 passengers at double occupancy up to a maximum capacity of 6,680 passengers, as well as a 2,200-person crew. / AFP PHOTO / Fred TANNEAU        (Photo credit should read FRED TANNEAU/AFP/Getty Images)
Slide 3 of 31: Skaters present a complimentary ice-skating show at the Royal Caribbean International's mega-ship, the Voyager of the Seas, is lit as it is displayed at a shooping street of the ship, berthed at the Ohi wharf in Tokyo, Japan, on Saturday, September 14, 2013. Photographer: Yuriko Nakao/Bloomberg
Slide 4 of 31: A View of the Cruise Liner 'Mariner of the Seas' on Its Arrival to the Port of Buenos Aires Argentina 'Mariner of the Seas' Which Belongs to Royal Caribbean Cruise Company Left From Puerto Ca±averal with 2 500 Persons on Board on 4 January and Will End the Crossing in Los Angeles on 3 February 2009 After 46 Days Journey Along North and South America the Cruise Liner is 311 M Long and 38 60 M Beam Some of Its Attractions Are an Ice Skating Rink a Golf Course of 19 Holes and a Basketball Court Argentina Buenos Aires

Slide 5 of 31: A picture taken during the MSC Preziosa vessel reflagging ceremony and its delivery to shipowner MSC Croisieres, on March 14, 2013 at the STX shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, shows a restaurant of the liner cruise. AFP PHOTO/FRANK PERRY (Photo credit should read FRANK PERRY/AFP/Getty Images)
Slide 6 of 31: Marseille-Fos area pilot Tanguy Capitaine (unseen) and his instructor Jean-Frederic Legal (unseen) pilot the MSC Divina boat into the harbour of Marseille, southern France, on March 27, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND LANGLOIS        (Photo credit should read BERTRAND LANGLOIS/AFP/Getty Images)
Slide 7 of 31: This photo taken Feb. 2, 2013 shows the Royal Caribbean cruise lines Navigator of the Seas pulls out of New Orleans on the Mississippi River. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
Slide 8 of 31: Ferguson's Cove, Canada - September 28, 2015: Princess Cruises Regal Princess departs Halifax Harbour bound for the open Atlantic.
Slide 9 of 31: Royal Princess cruise ship in Halifax Port, Nova Scotia, Canada

Slide 10 of 31: Queen Elizabeth II with the ship's Master Captain Paul Brown during a tour following the official naming ceremony of P&O's new cruiser liner Britannia.
Slide 11 of 31: ROME, ITALY - MAY 21:  Princess Cruises' newest ship 'Majestic Princess' sailing out of the Port of Civitavecchia on May 21, 2017 in Rome, Italy. Beginning a 49 day trip from Rome to Shanghai, China, the 143,000 tonne ship carrying 3560 guests will be the largest Princess ship ever to be deployed in Chinese waters.  (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images)
Slide 12 of 31: Passengers play mini-golf in the sports complex on board the Norwegian Getaway, the newest ship from Norwegian Cruise Lines on March 1, 2014, in Miami. (Marsha Halper/Miami Herald/MCT via Getty Images)
Slide 13 of 31: General views of the Aqua Park on board Norwegian Cruise Line's new ship, the 146,600 tonne Norwegian Breakaway. The ship joins as the 12th vessel in the Norwegian fleet, with New York as her year-round home port.
Slide 14 of 31: A view of the cinema theatre inside the world's biggest cruise liner ''Queen Mary 2'' docked at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre in Singapore on February 13, 2015. The Queen Mary 2, known as the grandest ocean liner arrived in Singapore on February 13 for her annual visit as part of an around the world voyage from Southampton. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN (Photo credit should read ROSLAN RAHMAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Slide 15 of 31: World dream ship of Dream Cruises arrived at port of Manila on Nov 21, 2017 in Metro manila, Philippines
Slide 16 of 31: The 'Genting Dream', latest cruise ship of the Meyer-Werft shipyard, starts its transfer travel over the river Ems to the North Sea on September 18, 2016 in Papenburg, northwestern Germany. / AFP / dpa / Ingo Wagner / Germany OUT (Photo credit should read INGO WAGNER/AFP/Getty Images)
Slide 17 of 31: IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR MSC CRUISES - In this image distributed on Friday, Dec. 22, 2017, the innovative MSC Seaside, featuring a Miami condo inspired design, began her journey in Trieste, Italy, before arriving in Miami to be named during a star-studded celebration. (Photo by Mike Louagie/Invision for MSC Cruises/AP Images)
Slide 18 of 31: ROYAL PROMENADE ABOARD CRUISE SHIP INDEPENDANCE OF THE SEAS FRANCE MAY 30TH: Guest aboard the Cruise ship Independence of the seas stroll down the Royal Promenade 30th May 2017
Slide 19 of 31: Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, Europe
Slide 20 of 31: The cruise ship Norwegian Epic sails past the Statue of Liberty July 1, 2010 in New York Harbor. The Norwegian Cruise Line ship, on her Maiden Voyage from Southampton to New York, is claimed to be the largest ship to ever dock in a New York Passenger Ship Terminal. AFP PHOTO/DON EMMERT (Photo credit should read DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images)
Slide 21 of 31: A general view of the dining room aboard the Liberty of the Seas, the world's newest and largest cruise ship alongside in Southampton today for its only European visit.
Slide 22 of 31: MIAMI, FL - NOVEMBER 09: Armando Christian Perez 'Pitbull' performs onstage at the Christening Ceremony for Norwegian Cruise Line's newest ship Norwegian Escape at Port Miami on November 9, 2015 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images for Norwegian Cruise Line)
Slide 23 of 31: Spectators look on as the 'Norwegian Joy' cruise ship, previously named 'Norwegian Bliss', passes a shipping lock to make its way over the river Ems near Emden, northern Germany, on March 27, 2017. The ship of the Norwegian Cruise Line, that was built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, northern Germany, is made ready to enter service. Final technical and nautical tests are due to be carried out during the following days on the North Sea. / AFP PHOTO / PATRIK STOLLARZ (Photo credit should read PATRIK STOLLARZ/AFP/Getty Images
Slide 24 of 31: IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE - Guests enjoy the largest race track at sea aboard Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Bliss on Friday, May 4, 2018, in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision for Norwegian Cruise Line/AP Images)
Slide 25 of 31: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 16:  MS Ovation of the Seas passes the Opera House as she departs Sydney from the Overseas Passenger Terminal on December 16, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. Royal Caribbean's Ovation of the Seas has made its debut voyage to Australia this week, arriving in Perth then travelling to Adelaide, Hobart and Sydney. At the length of 348 m (1,142 ft) and gross tonnage of 168,666, it's the world's fourth-biggest cruise ship, and the largest to visit Australia.  (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images)
Slide 26 of 31: Fort-de-France, Martinique - April 23, 2017: On Pier, a woman is looking at Anthem of the Seas cruise ship.
Slide 27 of 31: SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 31: People enter the North Star observation capsule onboard the cruise ship Quantum of the Seas which is currently docked at Southampton on October 31, 2014 in Southampton, England. Billed as the world's first smartship, Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas is claimed to be the most high-tech cruise ship in the world, with high tech modifications such as virtual balconies in windowless rooms and features such as the first dodgem ride on water, and a skydiving simulator. The ship will shortly begin its voyage from Southampton, where it docked earlier this week, to New York before relocating to the Caribbean for the 2014-15 season. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
Slide 28 of 31: An interior view of the Swarovski crystal staircase during the christening ceremony of the MSC Meraviglia cruise ship in the Havre harbor, Normandy, France, Saturday, June 3, 2017. The cruise ship is the biggest built by MSC Cruises, the Swiss-based world’s largest privately-owned cruise line and also the biggest ship to come into service in 2017. (AP Photo/Thomas Padilla)
Slide 29 of 31: Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (1042043n) The Royal Loft Suite - one of the staterooms onboard the Oasis of the Seas The Oasis of the Seas, the world's largest cruise ship, is officially unveiled, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, America - 20 Nov 2009 The world's largest and most expensive cruise liner has officially been unveiled to the public. The 1,200-foot (360-metre) Oasis of the Seas was commissioned by Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and comes with a £800 million price tag. Nearly six years in the making, the ship has 16 passenger decks, putting the highest 65 metres above the waterline. At 1,187 feet (360 metres) long and 208 feet (65 metres) wide, it can hold 6,296 guests in total, along with 2,165 crew. The mammoth vessel is broken down in several different areas: Central Park, Boardwalk, Pool & Sports Zone, Royal Promenade, Vitality at Sea Spa & Fitness, Entertainment Place and the Youth Zone.
Slide 30 of 31: Labadee, Haiti - October 9, 2012: Passengers disembark the Royal Caribbean Cruise ship the Allure of the Seas for a day of beach activities. With a passenger capacity of over 8 thousand, the Allure of the Seas is the largest cruise ship in the world to date.
Slide 31 of 31: Ceremonie de livraison du paquebot geant 'Harmony of the Seas' au chantier naval francais STX Europe de Saint-Nazaire, le 12 Mai 2016 a Saint-Nazaire, Ouest de la France. Commande par l'armateur americain Royal Caribbean International (RCCL), ce navire de croisiere de la classe Oasis est le plus grand paquebot du monde, avec une longueur de 362 metres pour 66 metres de large, et une capacite d'accueil d'environ 6780 passagers et 2100 membres d'equipage. Central Park avec au fond le toboggan geant. (Photo by Alain DENANTES/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

Explorer of the Seas

The ship can accommodate 4,290 guests and boasts an inbuilt atmospheric and oceanographic monitoring system operated by the University of Miami. They use it as an educational research lab and also as an outreach program for passengers.

For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website.

Symphony of the Seas

At 228,081 gross register tons, the 18-deck cruise ship is the largest passenger ship ever to be constructed. It has a massive water slide complex called Perfect Storm, bionic bar, laser tag and a mall-like promenade. 

For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website.

Voyager of the Seas

When it set sail in 1999, it was the largest in the world. It had the first-ever rock climbing wall and ice-skating rink (pictured) at sea.

For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website.

Mariner of the Seas

Since its launch in 2003, the ship has received upgrades worth over $300M, including the addition of an ice rink, a rock wall, an outdoor movie screen, laser tag and a Royal Promenade.

For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website.

MSC Preziosa

The ship has plenty of eateries and exclusive suites with butler services and private decks. It is also environment-friendly with advanced water treatment and seawater distillation plants producing fresh water needed on board.

For more information, visit the MSC Cruises website.

MSC Divina

Boasting of world-class entertainment facilities, the ship draws inspiration from Italian actress Sophia Loren. Featuring a Broadway-size theater, Swarovski crystal staircases, an infinity pool, and many other attractions, it promises glamor of the golden age, along with modern comfort.

For more information, visit the MSC Cruises website.

Navigator of the Seas

The largest cruise ship in the world from 2002-05, it has glass balconies that extend from the edge of the ship. Art displays worth $8.5 million are displayed in public areas and the main atrium sculpture spans over seven decks.

For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website.

Regal Princess

The ship’s glass-floor SeaWalk, which extends 28 feet (8.5 meters) beyond the edge of the ship on the top deck, is the first of its kind. It also has the largest open-air poolside amphitheater among the Princess Cruise ships.

For more information, visit the Princess Cruises website.

Royal Princess

The flagship of the Princess Cruises fleet, it has been called the most popular cruise ship by the review community website, Cruise Critic. Though it has fewer pools than the sister ships, it has an expanded public area featuring a movie theater, a piazza-style a, rium and a casino.

For more information, visit the Princess Cruises website.

MV Britannia

The flagship of P&O Cruises, Queen Elizabeth II (pictured) officially named the ship in March 2015. The Britannia is the biggest ship ever built exclusively for the British market and the first in the country to have an onboard cooking school.

For more information, visit the P&O Cruises website.

Majestic Princess

Princess Cruises’ largest Royal Class ship came into service in 2017. Plying in Chinese waters, it has a large casino, a swimming pool with a retractable glass roof and even karaoke rooms.

For more information, visit the Princess Cruises website.

Norwegian Getaway

The ship has two themed entertainment areas, one devoted to magic and illusion performances and the other inspired by the Grammy Awards. Its three-level sports complex with mini golf (pictured) is also accompanied by a water park.

For more information, visit the Norwegian Cruise Line website.

Norwegian Breakaway

Named Best Cruise Ship for Families by USA Today, it was the largest cruise ship home-ported year-round in New York City when it launched in 2013. Onboard entertainment includes Broadway shows like “Rock of Ages” and “Burn the Floor,” and the Rockettes are the godmothers of the ship.

For more information, visit the Norwegian Cruise Line website.

Queen Mary 2

The flagship of the Cunard line, the ocean liner underwent an interior and exterior refit, returning to service in 2016. Its lowest passenger deck is home to the cinema (pictured) and a full-scale planetarium.

For more information, visit the Cunard Line website.

World Dream

Going into service in Asian markets in 2017, it was the first ship to have a permanent eSports facility at sea. Catering to multi-generational families and extended groups, they have connected rooms and inclusive activities. 

For more information, visit the Dream Cruises website.

Genting Dream

Built for the Asian market, the award-winning ship was the line’s first vessel. It houses the world’s first Johnnie Walker House at sea – an immersive experience for passengers to discover the heritage of Scotch whiskey.

For more information, visit the Dream Cruises website.

MSC Seaside

Featuring a Miami condo inspired design, it was unveiled in 2017 and focuses at American markets. It has swirling water slides that extend over the edge of the deck, glass-floored catwalks, and panoramic elevators.

For more information, visit the MSC Cruises website.

Independence of the Seas

The main shopping “street” aboard the ship – the Royal Promenade (pictured) – is the size of three football fields. It is lined with eating joints, wine bars, and pubs, also hosting occasional parades. It also has a bungee trampoline experience mixed with virtual reality called the Sky Pad.

For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website.

Freedom of the Seas

The largest cruise ship in the world from 2006 to 2009, it has a 445-foot (136 m) long Royal Promenade (pictured) that is designed like a mall, with designer stores and restaurants. It was chosen “Best for Families” by cruisecritic.com’s 2018 Cruisers’ Choice Awards.

For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website.

Norwegian Epic

It became the largest ship to ever dock at the New York Passenger Ship Terminal in July 2010. Awarded Best Cruise Ship Entertainment by Frommer’s, it has Tony-winning musical performances, a dueling piano bar and an interactive dinner show by Cirque du Soleil.

For more information, visit the Norwegian Cruise Line website.

Liberty of the Seas

The 15-deck ship can accommodate 4,960 passengers and was the largest passenger ship when it set sail in 2007. It also has a three-level main dining room (pictured), the first Tidal Wave water-slide at sea and two whirlpools that project from the sides of the ship.

For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website.

Norwegian Escape

Rapper Pitbull (pictured) became the first godfather of a ship when he christened it in November 2015. The ship also offers Tony Award-winning musical production on board and the fastest waterslides at sea.

For more information, visit the Norwegian Cruise Line website.

Norwegian Joy

It is the first-ever contemporary cruise ship that was designed specifically for the Chinese market. It has a Mandarin-speaking crew, a Serenity Park and offers authentic Chinese cuisine.

For more information, visit the Norwegian Cruise Line website.

Norwegian Bliss

Unveiled in April 2018, it is the Norwegian Cruise Line’s largest ship. Measuring 20-decks-high with a capacity for 4,004-passengers, it also has the largest race track (pictured) at sea.

For more information, visit the Norwegian Cruise Line website.

Ovation of the Seas

When it docked in Sydney, Australia, in winter 2016, it became the largest cruise ship to visit the country. Of all the Royal Caribbean ships, it has more shopping options and casino areas in a nod to the Chinese market.

For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website.

Anthem of the Seas

Featuring the first 360-degree observation capsules at sea, the ship also has one of the largest indoor activity spaces with a rock-climbing wall and simulated skydiving.

For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website.

Quantum of the Seas

Billed as the world’s first smart ship, the ship offers facilities such as virtual balconies in windowless rooms, the first bumper cars on water, an indoor skydiving simulator and an observation pod (pictured) that rises over the pool deck on mechanical arms.

For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website.

MSC Meraviglia

With a capacity of up to 5,714 passengers, it was the largest cruise ship to come into service in 2017. It boasts of a Swarovski crystal staircase (pictured), the longest LED Dome at sea over the promenade area (L) and veteran actress Sophia Loren as its godmother.

For more information, visit the MSC Cruises website.

Oasis of the Seas

Along with two-story loft suites (pictured), the ship offers many firsts like a pool-side amphitheater, zip-line, handcrafted carousel and the first living park at sea with over 12,000 plants and 56 trees.

For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website..

Allure of the Seas

On its 2009 launch, it was the world’s largest passenger ship measuring 225,282 tons – a title it retained for six years. In what was the first for any ship, it was officially named by its “godmother,” the fictional character Princess Fiona from the “Shrek” series, in a ceremony. 

For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website.

Harmony of the Seas

The second largest cruise ship in the world at 226,963 tons, it has 20 dining venues, surf simulators, rock climbing walls, gigantic water slides and a 10-story dry slide called the Ultimate Abyss (pictured).

For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website.

On Jan. 31, the brand will open the exclusive Coco Beach Club at Perfect Day at CocoCay. The private, premium area includes floating cabanas, each with its own waterslide, overwater hammock, shower and cabana concierge. The area will also have beach cabanas, plus a clubhouse and deck with an exclusive dining venue serving freshly made Mediterranean fare, along with additional beachside cabanas and daybeds.

Coco Beach day passes are available, offering access to the exclusive private beach, the clubhouse, the infinity pool, beach chairs and towels, and complimentary dining at the Coco Beach Club restaurant. Also opening in late January is South Beach, an all-new beach area on Coco Cay with sports courts (volleyball, basketball, etc.), water adventure (snorkeling, paddle boards, kayaks), cabanas and a Snack Shack.

MSC Cruises

MSC Cruises’ new private Bahamian destination, Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, part of the Bimini island chain, just debuted in December, making 2020 the first full year the island’s been open to guests. Once an industrial sand extraction site, Ocean Cay is now a flourishing marine reserve and private island destination. 

Ocean Cay’s 30 shore excursions are designed to discover the marine life up close such as snorkeling, stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking, and other water sports. Guests can also enjoy eight distinct beaches, including Family Lagoon Beach, featuring a shallow-water area for small children, or get a beachside massage from the spa staff. When hunger hits, there are a variety of food and drink options, including a buffet, food truck options and multiple bars throughout the island.

With the ship docking right on the island, until late in the evening, guests can easily move on and off the ship to enjoy day and night activities, including stargazing, an evening light show at the lighthouse and a traditional Junkanoo parade at night. Guests will also have an opportunity to learn about and connect with nature, including activities to learn about ocean preservation and MSC Cruises’ coral restoration efforts surrounding the island.

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