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Royal Caribbean International has revealed that it will be making major enhancements to its private island destination in the Bahamas. The CocoCay island will get a new pier which will be able to accommodate Oasis class cruise ships, and services and facilities that will help showcase Bahamian culture through local vendors and craftsmen. The project will be completed in various phases over the next two years.
Ground has been broken on Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve in the Bahamas. The Chief Executive of MSC Cruises led the ceremony with the Prime Minister of the island nation, as well as other government officials, and it marks the first stage of development that will transform the marine reserve back to its former glory, whilst also accommodating 11 new next-generation smart ships.
The first tower of the Baha Mar resort development in the Bahamas will open to holidaymakers on 21st April, 2017, according to Joy Jibrilu, the Director General of The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism. The tower will be one of two Grand Hyatt hotels, and will bring 801 guest rooms to the Caribbean resort complex which has another three hotels due to open later this year.