Majesty of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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1 cruise (first)


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3 out of 5

Good for first cruise...but nothing more

Sail Date: July 15, 2011

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Inside

This cruise was good for first time cruisers...but not for a family with 3 kids. There simply was not enough to entertain them while sailing. Once you've climed rock wall 2-3 times, you're through. The kid/teen only rooms were 90% foreign speaking participants...not American friendly, and therefore different values/manners/etc. For adults it would be fine. Food was pretty boring.

Pros: Cleanliness of ship and friendliness/helpfulness of staff

Cons: Emergency drill, Disembarkment looked organized, but was incredibly slow!

Recommends Majesty of the Seas? Yes!

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Cococay (Cruiseline's Private Island)
Swimming area for crowded and water was 'dirty', cloudy from all the wandering people. Once you got out into deeper water, snorkeling was great! Eels, stingray and multitude of fish were viewed. Appreciated the fact that the ship's buffet restaurant was on this beach so we didn't have to drop huge $$ for lunch...
Nassau, Bahamas
Blackbeard's Beach - Stingray Snorkeling was very good. Started off slow, but was a good ferry ride to/from and employee with rays was excellent. Great experience.

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