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Royal Caribbean will launch Bahamas Beach Club as a new private beach in 2025.

Royal Caribbean International announced on Wednesday that it is pushing forward with the construction of a new beach club after getting government approval in the Bahamas.

At the western tip of Paradise Island in Nassau, there will be a 17-acre site for the first Royal Beach Club on the line. In addition to pools, private cabanas, live entertainment, island-style barbecues, and other amenities, the resort is scheduled to open in 2025.

President and CEO of the line Michael Bayley said in a news release that “The Bahamas has been a fantastic partner from the very start, when they became our first port of call more than 50 years ago. The Royal Beach Club at Paradise Island is the latest daring effort in Royal Caribbean’s dedication to both expanding tourism in The Bahamas and offering our guests exceptional vacations, as we continue to bring millions of tourists to see attractions across Nassau each year.

The Bahamas and the line are working together on the project. According to the press release, Bahamians will be able to oversee the majority of the experience as part of a public-private partnership and can own up to 49% of the beach club’s stock.

Royal Caribbean will hold 13 acres of the beach club, while the government would own four acres.

Additional information will be released in the upcoming months, according to the statement. Beautiful Day at CocoCay, a private island owned by Royal Caribbean, is located in the Bahamas.

A beach club idea was originally mentioned by the cruise company as being planned for 2019.

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