CocoCay (Little Stirrup), Bahamas

Cruises to CocoCay (Little Stirrup).

CocoCayCocoCay, Bahamas is Royal Caribbean’s private island used for tourism in an exclusive way located approximately 55 miles north of Nassau. The island was originally called Little Stirrup Cay but after Royal Caribbean took over the lease of the island renamed as Coco Cay. The color of the sea is indescribable, it is calm, no waves and the water is warm and clear. CoccoCay features all kinds of activities, snorkeling, kayaking, boating, jet-ski rentals, an aqua park, plus nature walks, beaches and plenty of spots to relax and recharge. The only way to visit CocoCay is through one of the cruises offered by the company. Because of the depth of the water around the island, ships stop a little away from the port. The rest of the route is done by smaller vessels leaving every 15 minutes.

CocoCay tourist attractions

CocoCay, Royal Caribbean’s Private Island. CocoCay, formerly Little Stirrup Cay, is an island in the Bahamas’ Berry Island chain. Discover many ways to relax or go on a unique adventure in CocoCay.¬†CoccoCay features all kinds of activities, snorkeling, kayaking, boating,[…]

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