Baha Mar waterpark to open July 2

Baha Mar will open its new, $200 million waterpark, Baha Bay, on July 2 and has developed special staycation packages for Bahamians who want to experience the attraction, along with day passes, the company revealed in a press statement yesterday.

According to Baha Mar, the Baha Bay development is set on 15 acres and created 450 direct jobs.

The resort’s massive blue waterslide has been rising out of the ground for months, creating an imposing sight adjacent to the SLS tower where the once iconic Crystal Palace hotel once stood.

According to Baha Mar, Baha Bay will feature 24 water slides, a dueling water coaster, group raft rides, a wave pool, an action river, a surf simulator and splash zones for the kids.

It is also expected to feature luxury cabanas, infinity pools, multiple al fresco dining options and the only outdoor casino gaming pavilion.

Baha Mar President Graeme Davis said in the statement that the company is looking forward to opening this newest offering.

“As the latest addition to the resort destination’s collection of celebrated adult and family-friendly offerings, Baha Bay will provide our guests with new, exceptional experiences, suitable for all ages, as we continue to redefine the Caribbean vacation,” said Davis.

The statement explained that Baha Bay will provide culinary experiences at The Market, Cleo Grill, Sam’s Crispy Chicken, Plant Nation and Chill, along with the Sugar Factory, Umami Burger and Barracuda food trucks.

“Simultaneously, Baha Mar will reopen the Baha Bay Beach Club, offering spectacular beachfront views of turquoise Bahamian waters,” the statement noted.

“The luxurious beach club features 15 full-service private cabanas, day beds, breathtaking infinity pools and poolside lounge areas for optimal seclusion and relaxation. Baha Bay Beach Club is also home to the 25°N restaurant, serving coastal California-inspired bites and drinks.”

Baha Mar stated it welcomes Bahamians to explore Baha Bay through its special staycation packages and explained that day passes will be available later this summer.

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Chester Robards

Chester Robards rejoined The Nassau Guardian in November 2017 as a senior business reporter. He has covered myriad topics and events for The Nassau Guardian. Education: Florida International University, BS in Journalism

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