Disney Shares Additional Construction Photos from Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point

Today, Disney Cruise Line shared an update on Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point. The new destination on the southern coast of Eleuthera is progressing ahead of its debut in June and features Bahamian-inspired art and architecture.

While the turquoise ocean in Eleuthera may capture your eyes, there is more to see while exploring Disney Lookout Cay. Art from talented, local Bahamian artists will take shape throughout all of the spaces at the destination, including intricate wood carvings inspired by artist Andret John and colorful murals by painter Dorman Stubbs, as seen here.

DCL Lookout Cay Construction Update Bahamian Art

True-True Too BBQ is a beautiful example of the architecture designed to look like oversized seashells scattered across the shores of Disney Lookout Cay. These uniquely designed dining pavilions will offer shade from your day of adventures on the Nature Trail or the beach, serving up views of Bahamian art, nature, and of course, delicious lunch!

DCL Lookout Cay Construction Update True True Too BBQ

Nestled along the sand dunes of Serenity Bay, the vibrantly colored architecture of the Serenity Bay Cabanas matches the Mabrika Cove Cabanas, which sit across Disney Lookout Cay at the arrival point of the destination.

Steps away from Serenity Bay BBQ and the area’s beach bar, these cabanas will be available for rent to offer a retreat for adults to take in Eleuthera’s stunning sand dunes and shimmering ocean waves.

DCL Lookout Cay Construction Update Cabanas

Disney Lookout Cay will welcome guests starting in June.

2 Replies to “Disney Shares Additional Construction Photos from Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point”

  1. Douglas

    Would love your perspective on what has been shared so far … the concept art looks great, but these pictures are not very exciting. Hopefully they are saving the best stuff for the grand reveal!

    1. Scott Sanders Post author

      We are seeing various areas of the construction site from an undisclosed point in time. I do not have much to say other than I am glad they are sharing a look at the site. Just like any new build, a lot of the details that make up the overall look and feel come together at the very end. As for the renderings, concept art is just that… art.


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