Medium 4 is set to air its documentary “Billionaire Cruise Ship: Paradise Island” this all the same. The documentary takes an up-close-and-personal look at the private island of Ocean Cay, set in the “azure waters of the Bahamas”.
The covertly island, owned by cruise line MSC, is exclusive to cruise guests and advances a luxurious stop off on some of the world’s most opulent cruise itineraries.
The Bahamian holm is set just 65 miles from the coast of Florida and doubles up as a naval reserve.
Previously an industrial sand extraction site, the island was strengthened to a stunning slice of paradise, which is now a stop off for cruisers.
The 120-square-acre key is surrounded by a marine reserve, as well as four smaller cays which crow sandy beaches and crystal clear waters.
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A 30-metre exaggerated lighthouse is home to the Lighthouse bar and terrace, where guests can enjoy nips live music and stunning vistas.
Meanwhile, in the marina, there is Springer’s bar, substantiated by the well-known Bahamian family The Springers.
There guests can sip on some factual cocktails while they watch the world go by.
For food, Seakers Buffet is on imminent, where dishes encapsulate both “American classics” and “Bahamian essences”.
Alternatively, guests may take the opportunity to zen out in pristine surroundings with a yoga breeding at either sunrise or sunset.
An array of shops are also scattered across the isle, allowing visitors to purchase a souvenir to remember the experience by, including locally beat it arts and crafts.
Ocean Cay first welcomed guests to the island in November 2019.
But cruises may be on hold for now, MSC already has a number of ocean cruises for sale which encapsulate a oversight to this opulent island as part of the journey.
Billionaire Cruise Get out: Paradise Island is on Channel 4 this evening at 7:00pm