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Old 01-29-2009, 02:32 AM
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As you already know, CocoCay is a private island of Royal Caribbean. So only you and the rest of the passengers can go there.

I have been to CocoCay and another private cruise ship island. When I went, I usually took as few things as possible (towel, sunscreen, hat). But most importantly, I brought my room card (Sea Pass as it is called). Into which I placed it in a waterproof "Diving Wallet" when I went swimming. They sell these "Diving Wallets" onboard the ship (as well as your local dive shop, WalMart, etc.). Just like Sonny V. I left my belongs covered-up when I went swimming and there were no problems.

Oh, just like Sonny V., I also brought along my camera and snapped this shot:


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Old 01-29-2009, 07:18 AM
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Hi janfred, Coco Cay is a nice private island, but if you've been to Half Moon Cay, in my opinion, it's better. I also think that the beach at Grand Turk is just as nice as well as Princess Cays.
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A beach is a beach. To me they are all great. My favorite private beach is Labadee.
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This picture was taken before Royal Caribbean built a zip line that goes over the the water in the picture.

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Old 01-29-2009, 09:00 AM
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I've never been to Half Moon Cay. Everyone who has tells me it is nicer than the others. I don't know about that. As you can tell from Sonny's photo, Labadee is quite a scenic place. The bay also allows the ship to avoid swells (a common problem at Coco Cay), plus you can get some nice photos of the ship.

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Hi Frase,
A phote is worth a 1000 words ! What a great picture on a cold and nasty morning !
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