Royal Caribbean International is developing a massive 17 acres of beachfront property on the west side of Paradise Island in Nassau, The Bahamas, for its brand new offer: The Royal Beach Club at Paradise Island. This massive beach project won’t be ready until 2025, but it’s already making the right kind of waves.
“The Bahamas has been a phenomenal partner since the very start, when they became our first port of call more than 50 years ago,” said Michael Bayley, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, in a press statement. “As we continue to bring millions of visitors to experience attractions throughout Nassau each year, The Royal Beach Club at Paradise Island is the next bold adventure in Royal Caribbean’s commitment to both increasing tourism in The Bahamas and delivering memorable vacations to our guests.”
A Closer Look at Royal Caribbean’s Newest Project
The gorgeous stretch of beach that makes up the new Royal Beach Club at Paradise Island will be dotted with private cabanas and pools, plus all sorts of eateries with international and Bahamian dining (think island-style barbecues), live music and, of course, local artisans handcrafting souvenirs for your clients to take home and show off.
Of note: The new project—a public-private partnership where the Bahamians can own up to 48 percent equity in the beach club—will include the participation of local businesses and entrepreneurs in the management of the total experience. Of the 17 acres, 13 are owned by Royal Caribbean, and four are Crown Land, which will be contributed as equity in the venture, so a share of the profits returns to the government and the people. Expect more details in the coming months.
For more information, visit royalcaribbean.com.