Majesty of the Seas Overview

Royal Caribbean’s Majesty of the Seas is a large ship, carrying 2,744 guests and operating short weekend cruises from Port Canaveral to the Bahamas. Beginning in 2019, the vessel will also begin sailing to Havana, Cuba. Built in 1992, Majesty is an older, smaller cruise ship by today’s standards, but still has a lot to offer for those looking for a quick getaway to somewhere warm.

Kids will enjoy the Adventure Ocean youth clubs, which are divided up by age and include activities like science experiments, themed parties, and crafts, as well as the aqua park, which was added during the ship’s last refurbishment. Teens also have exclusive areas to play games and make new friends. Couples, friend groups, and families can enjoy a number of amenities around the ship, like outdoor movie nights, the spa, comedians, game shows, pool parties, and the rock-climbing wall.

While Majesty of the Seas doesn’t offer a huge number of dining venues that guests may be used to on larger ships, there is still a nice variety of choices. For dinner, enjoy the main dining room or Windjammer buffet if you want something casual and on your own time. There’s also Sorrento’s Pizza, open late to satisfy your pre-bedtime hunger pangs, and Johnny Rockets serving up the classic burgers, fries, and shakes with a ketchup smile for a small flat fee. For a cocktail, visit the Schooner piano bar or pool bar located near the sports deck and aqua park. At night, the place to be is Boleros, a Latin-themed club where you can try Cuban mojitos and Brazilian capirinhas while a live six-piece band playing salsa and merengue songs rounds out the experience.

Majesty of the Seas Ship Stats

  • Price:
  • Size: L
  • Total Passengers: 2,744
  • Total Crew: 827
  • Passenger to Crew Ratio: 3.32
  • Built: Apr 1992
  • Refurbished: Jan 2007
  • Number of Decks: 11
  • Total Cabins: 1,193
  • Cabin Categories: 20
  • Gross Tonnage: 73,941
  • Length: 880
  • Beam: 106


  • Cabin / Stateroom 3.9
  • Children's Programs 3.8
  • Destinations and Excursions 4.1
  • Embarkation and Disembarkation 4.2
  • Entertainment 3.9
  • Food and Dining 4.1
  • Onboard Activities 3.8
  • Service and Staff 4.5
  • Ship Quality 3.9


1193 cabins and 20 cabin categories.

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Inside Cabin Inside
(448 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 114 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $74/night
Oceanview Cabin Oceanview
(732 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 125 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $84/night
Suite Cabin Suite
(69 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 412 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $223/night

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Johnny Rockets Johnny Rockets
(7 Reviews)
Main Dining Room Main Dining Room
(48 Reviews)
Latte-Tudes Latte-Tudes
(4 Reviews)
Windjammer Marketplace Windjammer Marketplace
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Onboard Activities

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Viking Crown Lounge Viking Crown Lounge
(5 Reviews)
Schooner Bar Schooner Bar
(14 Reviews)
Pool Bar Pool Bar
(9 Reviews)
Day Spa and Fitness Center Day Spa and Fitness Center
(4 Reviews)

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Relaxing by laketimeretreat

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

The Majesty of the Seas is one of the oldest and smallest in the RC fleet. The price seemed to reflect that. It did not have any balcony cabins that we could see. The interior was dated but well maintained. The Centrum (center of the ship) was small. Would have liked to see more seating for the events they had. I believe that when this ship was built if I'm not mistaken in 1991 the goal was for a relaxing cruise and it does give that, but it doesn't have any fun activities like water slides. The food and dining room service was very good. Would I go on this ship again? Probably not. Am I glad I did? Yes, for the price it was a good value. Will I ever go on RC again? Absolutely. You can't judge a cruise line by one ship. By far we have found that RC is the best. We currently have an 11 day scheduled for March on Celebrity which is owned by RC.

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Great Cruise by cldegaugh

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

All in all this was a great cruise. Our sailing was about 85% senior citizens which was fine with us as we were not looking for a party boat. It is a very, very small ship (can't stress this enough) you will feel the motion of the ocean. It also does not have the party atmosphere and all the activities of the mega ships. The rooms are small and there are no balcony rooms. However, this ship seemed to have some of the most friendly staff I have encountered. I have to give another shout out to our room steward Marlon, he was amazing!

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Fun trip, but some surprises by RMMB

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

I was never notified about the $15 gratitude per person, per day I had to pay. I barely spent money on the ship $90 was just for that, charged to my credit card. You need to tell people about all we will spend money on. People save all year long to go on trips like this, and some bigger families might really get upset about this. I saw many families and people complaining the last day once we got our expenses receipt.

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Apr 01, 2013

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.

Oct 12, 2014

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.

Dec 05, 2013

If you know how...,yes, you may play the white piano in the lobby...Thanks and congratulations for the understanding!

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