As Triplet said: Keep the things you take ashore to a minimum. Stuff like towels, sunscreen, cover ups aren't going to be a target for another passenger to walk off with. Just have a beach bag and put that stuff in it.
The water wallet is good for your ship card and/or credit card. The private beach/island is just that so there is a "lesser" chance of things being stolen but there are still the ship's passengers who will be there and not everyone is honest.
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The beach bag is a great idea, I use them even for other shore excursions or walking through town, for camera, etc. Another good idea is a fanny pack too for all your small stuff, a limited amount of cash, for the day. Keep everything else in your cabin safe, only take what you need for the day.
PDJ..as an aside..when we were there we had a cabana..[orange] right near the food pavillion, and, restrooms, so this would be a convenient place to plunk a blanket down, if you are not purchasing a cabana, or, clamshell.
This beach is a slice of paradise for sure..
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