SimonCommunity
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Majesty of the Seas to Leave Royal Caribbean Fleet in 2016

Gene Sloan at USA Today's CruiseLog is reporting that Majesty of the Seas, Royal Caribbean's last Sovereign-class ship, will leave the fleet in April of 2016:

http://www.usatoday.com/story/cruiselog/2014/11/21/majesty-seas-royal-caribbean/19332473/

Majesty of the Seas is the most-reviewed cruise ship here on the site, with over 1400 reviews and counting. Despite being over 22 years old, she's earned a respectable 4-star rating: http://cruiseline.com/ship/majesty-of-the-seas

What do you think of the news? Does the end of the Sovereign-class era make you nostalgic, happy or somewhere in between?

(photo from Cruiseline.com member "weekendgetaway")

Tags: Royal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas Sovereign-Class

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JusMe
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Contributor Level: Captain

It will be sad to see her go. I was on the Monarch many times and always liked the ship except for the tiny cabins. I mean the headboard was the back wall and the foot board of the bed was the shower wall on one side of the cabin. It was good enough for 3 or 4 night cruises. The mega ships are taking over at RCCL. I still miss Song Of America :-)

 

There is something comforting about a small easy to get around ship where you get more feel of being on a ship and not a floating resort.

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

If you had a good experience on a ship, you hate to see it retired.  But I also enjoy going on the newer ships.  They have newer technology, nicer decor and everything is clean and upgraded.  So, I have mixed feelings. 

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