Following the success of Perfect Day in CocoCay, the Royal Caribbean International’s private island opened during last May, the company has announced a second island.
The new private island of Rccl will be named Perfect Day at Lelepa, located in Vanuatu – one of the most wonderful natural places in the South Pacific. The announcement was made by the first minister of Vanuatu, Charlot Salwai, and by the president and CEO Michael Bayley of Royal Caribbean.
The Vanuatu community will take part in the construction works of the exclusive destination, with the purpose to highlight the beauty and uniqueness of the local culture and enroll most of the citizen and allow the youngsters to keep on their education.
Perfect Day at Lelepa will follow sustainability criteria and will be the first private cruise destination carbon emission-free in the world. Head of the project is the architectural firm Cox Architecture, involved in sustainability works system.
“Our destinations have to be green-friendly – Bayley said – the vision goes over the simple preservation of Lelepa’s environmental characteristics and has the focus to protecting the local traditions that made this island such a magical place.”
The project was approved by Vanuatu premier from the very beginning: “This place is proper heaven on earth, not only for our people but also for all the travellers who we welcome every year. Today we had placed a milestone for the cooperation with Royal Caribbean, an agreement that will improve a sustainable engagement for all the future generations. The Ni-Vanuatu will be glad to greet every guest who will arrive in Perfect Day in Lelepa.”
Lelepa has overwhelming natural beauties, which made it the “Perfect place for the Perfect Day – said Bayley – Who is travelling on the south Pacific is searching for authentic adventure but also relax; here they will found all that they are looking for. Perfect Day at Lelepa will be different as experience from Perfect Day at CocoCay, in order to embrace every desire of our guests, who are all different and everyone has a different idea about what should be a Perfect Day, and no one is wrong.”