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Carnival unveils more details of Celebration Key amenities

Wednesday, 31 Jan, 2024 0

Carnival Cruise Line has released a new update on its upcoming private destination on Grand Bahama, Celebration Key.

It is slated to open to cruise guests in July 2025.

Guests will have access to five distinct areas called portals with the largest freshwater lagoons in the Caribbean.

There will be a white sand beach, an adult-only private club, spaces designed for family fun and a variety of dining venues.

The various amenities are showcased in a new Celebration Key video.

Celebration Key is a featured destination on more than 500 cruise itineraries currently open for sale on 18 Carnival ships .

Coming off the ship, guests arrive at the Welcome Portal and can choose to relax at the Family-Friendly Portal.

It houses a splash pad with a shallow pool and waterslides, a beach cabana rentals and more.

The Adult-Friendly Portal offers a large swim-up bar for cocktails, DJ sets, cabana rentals and villas with personal slides into the lagoon.

The Private Club Portal is a premium adult-only retreat with an infinity pool, a private section of beach and top class dining.

The Retail Portal  showcases Bahamian art and culture, with shopping that will include Bahamian artisanal goods and local Bahamian retailers, alongside with Duty-Free stores.

“Celebration Key will bring an island experience in a way that lets guests choose their slice of ‘paradise,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line.

Celebration Key can accommodate two of Carnival’s largest ship simultaneously, and there are plans for further expansion at a later date.

This includes a waterpark and zipline course.

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