August 2015 - Majesty of the Seas to Caribbean - Bahamas
This was my 3rd cruise and 1st with my children. Lots of things to do if you take the time to read the newsletter provided in your stateroom daily. My girls are 6 and 10 and never once said they were bored (for my 10 yr. old that is an accomplishment in its own). They rock climbed, swam in the pool on board, ate unlimited pizza at all hours of the night, for my 2 picky eaters they ate EVERYTHING they seen at the buffets and at dinner time, even asking for multiple servings. The rooms were cozy but we did not spend much time in them to even let it bother us. The ports were so much fun. In Nassau, Bahamas do not hesitate take the car/taxi to Cabbage beach, the walk is so exhausting especially with the kids. Bring lots of cash otherwise you will not be able to enjoy the umbrella or taxi/car ride back to the ship because the locals only work in cash. RCI said we did not need cash on the private island, but trust me you need CASH,CASH, CASH. They have a straw market that only accepts cash unless you like paying 3x's the amount for the ease of being cashless and using the sea pass on Coco Cay. They gave you water, lemonade, tea, coffee, milk, variety of juices on board so no need to buy a souvenir cup unless you want to drink soda's on board. And no I was not paid to write this review it is truly genuine!