Majesty of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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4 out of 5

Our first Cruise was Great!

Sail Date: August 18, 2008

Reviewed: 8 years ago

Traveled As: Family w/young children

Room Type: Oceanview

The ship was beautiful and everyone that worked there was so friendly. They had programs and special areas for the kids which was nice. We were expecting a queen size bed and a small fold out for the kids, but ended up with four twin beds. That was disappointing but probably the worst thing on the whole cruise. There was always tons of things to do onboard even if things were nasty outside, like bingo, trivia and movies. We all had lots of fun and can't wait to go on our next cruise!

Pros: We have never had as good of service at any restaurant as we did from the waitstaff there on the boat!

Cons: We had some excursions cancelled because it was pouring from tropical storm Fay.

Recommends Majesty of the Seas? Yes!

Ship Quality
Cabin / Stateroom
Our beds were small and the room was slighly cold but it was comftable. No fridge here either, which would have made the room that much better.
Entertainment
Most of the fun activities happened in the evening and unfortunately we were unable to participate because we had young kids that went to bed early.
Food and Dining
The food was so excellent that my husband and I both gained five pounds! They catered to our kids and were very helpful. We marveled at their service and were happy to say it was the best service we have ever gotten! We have been to many restaurants, but never had service like that!
Service and Staff
Children's Programs
They had lots of fun things to do and the staff was very friendly.
Key West, Florida
Key West was beautiful and had lots of things to do. We went to the butterfly farm which was smaller than expected but still very nice. The aquarium was small too but had a great display. There was even a touch pool where you could feel some odd creatures. The kids enjoyed both. We ate at a restaurant called Red Fish, Blue Fish and it was pretty good. We sampled Conch fritters, a Key West specialty, and thought they were tasty but kinda chewy.
Don't Miss: The Key West Winery, free tasting and the best wine we have ever tasted.
Cococay (Cruiseline's Private Island)
We spent all morning on the beach. The kids absolutely loved it! They played, looked for sea shells and built a sand castle until lunch. The lunch was a bbq style buffet and was okay, but the scenery was awesome! We ever walked around and saw some wildlife, like iguannas, crabs and birds. That was the best day of the trip.
Don't Miss: Snorkeling, there were so many beautiful fish.
Nassau, Bahamas
My husband loved the fact that he could buy a beer and walk around drinking it! The people there were very friendly and kept saying the nicest things about my beautiful daughters.


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