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The Bahamas and Royal Caribbean Cruises Unite to Create Beach Club  

April 26, 2024
Royal Caribbean and The Bahamas have officially broke ground on a new private beach club in Nassau, set to open in 2025 - Luxury Escapes

The club is expected to blend the allure of The Bahamas with distinctive Royal Caribbean experience, service and design. 

Royal Caribbean cruise line and The Bahamas have joined forces to introduce a 17-acre private beach club in the nation's capital, granting Royal Caribbean passengers' access to three pools, swim-up bars, private cabanas and restaurants on one of the island's most picturesque beaches. 

Construction of Royal Beach Club Paradise Island commenced on April 22.  

Royal Caribbean's Royal Beach Club Paradise Island - Dream by Luxury Escapes
A rendered image of Royal Caribbean's Royal Beach Club Paradise Island.

Royal Caribbean Group President and CEO Jason Liberty and Royal Caribbean International President and CEO Michael Bayley were joined by The Bahamas' Prime Minister Philip Davis and Deputy Prime Minister Isaac Chester Cooper to commemorate the major milestone.   

“Signing today’s agreement, we add another world-class experience to our tourism offerings,” said Philip Davis, Prime Minister of The Bahamas. “Even more importantly, we take a bold step toward greater Bahamian empowerment in the tourism industry.” 

Rooted in the company's overarching sustainability principles and aligned with The Bahamas' rigorous environmental standards, Royal Beach Club Paradise will abstain from single-use plastics, adopt compostable service ware and employ bio-digesters for organic waste management. The project's environmental strategy seeks to achieve net-zero emissions by 2030 through six main fronts: eliminating waste-to-landfill, embracing renewable energy sources, enhancing wastewater treatment, safeguarding and enriching nearby habitats and implementing rigorous environmental monitoring. 

A public-private partnership will see Bahamian nationals own up to 49% equity in the venture. 

Royal Beach Club Paradise Island is set to open in 2025.

Featured image: Royal Caribbean International.

About Annabel Fuller
Lover of gelato and all things travel, Annabel is happiest when exploring new places, soaking in the glorious sun rays and scuba diving. When she's not writing about the most glamorous destinations, she's on the lookout for her next adventure.

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