A New Way to Get to Atlantis’ The Cove

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - December 14, 2017

By the Caribbean Journal staff

There’s a new way to get to The Cove, Atlantis Paradise Island’s luxury enclave.

The property has partnered with fast-expanding carrier Tropic Ocean Airways on a unique experience that lets guests travel from either from the Miami Seaplane Base, Fort Lauderadle International Airport, each of which has its own private departure lounge.

That means effortless check-in, security and concierge security services, giving travelers the chance to bypass the typical hectic airport experience.

Upon arrival in The Bahamas, guests will be met by private SUV to whisk them to The Cove for VIP check in to their suite.  A personal concierge will help guests create the ultimate itinerary at the resort.

“We understand that today’s luxury travelers do not want to spend their vacation waiting around in airports. Our company takes every measure possible to create a faster, more enjoyable travel experience to this magnificent destination,” Tropic Ocean Airways’ CEO, Rob Ceravolo commented.

Tropic Ocean Airways flies across the islands of the Bahamas; it recently acquired seven brand new Cessna two-pilot aircraft.

Every plane features luxury interiors and is fully air conditioned.

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