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Price: $     Size: L     Refurbished: 8 yrs ago    

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What people said about this ship:

"We really enjoyed the dining room food and service." in 145 reviews.

"great ports nassau, coco cay, key west safe, fun, and plenty of time at each port to enjoy and..." in 88 reviews.

"Glass bottom boat excursion at Coco Cay was great!" in 109 reviews.



Majesty of the Seas departs from:

Miami, Florida

Majesty of the Seas sails to:

Caribbean - Bahamas

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Wonderful first time cruise

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Majesty of the Seas | Sail Date: Mar 20, 2015

Great cruise. This was my first cruise and I absolutely enjoyed myself. I can't wait to book my next cruise. The amenities were awesome and superb customer service the entire cruise from the housekeeper to the waiters. Absolutely fantastic!

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small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Majesty of the Seas | Sail Date: Mar 20, 2015

Great time was had on our first cruise with Royal Caribbean- Majesty of the Seas.  Service was excellent in the dinning room, stateroom, bar service, and throughout the ship.  I ordered the Surf and Turf and the prime rib was like butter, the lobster was cooked perfectly.  Our servers in the dinning room were attentive, informative and recommendations were excellent. Lin our waiter, Raj our stateroom attendant as well as Javiar, our bar master kept us wined, dined and rested. The shows were excellent, especially Boogie Wonderland.  Our trips to Coco Cay and Bahamas were very enjoyable. 

 

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Royal Carribean should remove this ship from their fleet

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Majesty of the Seas | Sail Date: Mar 20, 2015

Customer service was fantastic. That's to be expected. We wanted a quick getaway and we cruise serveral times with them before. Ships were very nice. This old smelly clunker needs to go stat. The amount of noise when putting the anchor down is mind blowing. Rust chipped paint absolutely Un-exceptable. Doors slamming dirty hinges on doors. This ship needs to go. I can go on and on about the ship.

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Great Cruise For Quick Getaway

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Majesty of the Seas | Sail Date: Mar 20, 2015

This a probably the best cruise for the money. Cococay is the best. the food is great, johnny rockets is awesome and worth it.  the entertainment on the boat is the only thing that needs to be changed. but everything else was worth. i would go again.

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Amazing staff and great times!

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Majesty of the Seas | Sail Date: Mar 20, 2015

Every crew member we met on the Majesty was awesome. They really made this cruise better than I expected. The activities on the ship were great, we ended up watching all the shows, the belly flop and sexiest man competitions, as well as the adult 'game shows', and we enjoyed all of them.

Royal Caribbean's private island Coco Cay was beautiful, chairs and hammocks are set up for use around the island, and the cruise had a BBQ buffet set up for lunch. The water is very clear and great for snorkeling.

Nassau has had it rough since Hurricane Sandy. When we were there the port authority building was being remodeled and many of the shops in town had been closed down. Also the ship docked in Nassau on a Sunday which means that museums and shops are either closed or most shops opened late morning. Royal Caribbean also notified us that crimes against tourists had been on the rise and to remain in the tourist areas and to avoid wearing expensive jewelry and carrying lots of large bills (you can always get smaller bills in the casino before you leave the ship). That being said we didn't have any problem. There are also new large hotels being built on the west part of the island that will open soon, not sure what they will offer but might be worth a look. Atlantis is across the bridge on the next island over and you can get a cab ride for $4/person (as of March 2015). You can walk around the hotel for free, but to go out back for the aquarium and beach you will need a day pass, and there are other excursions that include the water slides. Atlantis beach pass is $69/person and the additional attraction passes are upwards of $100/person. The public beach is a couple blocks from Atlantis and you could walk there from Atlantis or take a cab directly to and from there. The beach and water are beautiful and there are people selling chairs and umbrellas, coconut drinks, banana boat rides, and even massages. There are also ferry rides from the ports to paradise island and dolphin and sea lion excursion packages available from the cruise line. 

Overall we had a great time and we would choose this cruise again!

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Good for families, not as much for couples

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Majesty of the Seas | Sail Date: Mar 20, 2015

I have very mixed feelings about this cruise. Allow me to begin with the positives:

* Royal Caribbean is the best of any cruise line for on-boarding and debarkation. We were given a time to be at the port and were on the ship exactly on schedule. Similarly, leaving the ship was extremely efficient.

* Service, both in the cabin and in the dining areas, were phenomenal, easily the equivalent of Celebrity and far superior to Carnival.

* Coco Cay was a beautiful, relaxing island.

* Although I did not bring my children on this cruise, there were a ton of activities planned to for kids and teenagers, and, even though there were many kids on the ship, at no time were any of them disruptive. If you are going on a cruise with a family, I would suggest using Royal Caribbean

* Eating at the Chef's Table on Saturday night was one of the best culinary experiences of my life. For $75/person, you receive champagne at the start, a 5 course meal specially designed for you by the chef, a different wine paired with each course (and unlimited amounts of wine during the meal) and a signed cookbook. This dinner lasted 4 hours and was worth every penny.

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* The food, other than at the Chef's table, was simply not at the same level as Celebrity. There were a couple of dishes I really enjoyed but I was rarely wowed any items.

* Compared to the last cruise on Celebrity, there were fewer fun activities during the day. We did go to a Chateau Lafitte wine tasting, but that was it, there was not much else to do during the day.

* Nassau was a bit of a disappointment, as it is a very impoverished area outside of the 2 streets you are supposed to visit. Not sure I would go back into the town again if another cruise takes me there.

* The ship, while in good shape in general, does show its age in places. Carpets are worn, areas need painting, and in the Schooner bar there is a window that is completely shattered that has not been fixed.

If you are a family with children looking for a cheap vacation, I think this would be an excellent option as the service and activities for kids are wonderful. If you are a couple traveling without kids, perhaps another ship in Royal Caribbean or Celebrity might be better suited for your needs.

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small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Majesty of the Seas | Sail Date: Mar 20, 2015

I loved the cruise...  The staff was friendly, courteous, and accommodating.  The food was delicious. The entertainment was enjoyable. Our cabin was very comfortable. There was nothing I didn't like about the cruise.  The cruise was an excellent means of FUN and RELAXATION.  I am already thinking of taking another cruise during the summer. Thank You.......

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Everything you need.

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Majesty of the Seas | Sail Date: Mar 16, 2015

The crew and amenities were terrific! The shows were top-notch and Broadway quality. Food was great! I would suggest that you do the excursions. Swimming with the Dolphins was a once in a lifetime experience and worth every penny. Could have used a bit more time in Key West, but we were able to squeeze most everything in.

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AMAZING!!!!!

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Majesty of the Seas | Sail Date: Mar 16, 2015

This was our first time on a cruise and we loved it. Everything was perfect. The wait staff was very efficient and very friendly. Our room attendant was amazing!!! Can't wait until our next cruise. Thank you for an experience of a lifetime!!!

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Denko
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Try to participate in as much activities as possible. Before you realize, the cruise is over, because everything goes so fast! There is too much to do.

There are two areas in the buffet. Go to the one in the back. It's not as busy until the last couple days when everyone else figures out to go back there. If there are no seats in the dining area, go upstairs to Sorrentos for more seating and it's less busy.

We were glad that we purchased our excursions ahead of time. We did purchase the Coco Cay Stingray Excursion on ship right as we entered the ship when the lines were short. Otherwise the lines always seemed to be long. We chose to carry our luggage off ship the morning of departure...shorter wait.

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