Majesty of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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5 out of 5

Great "Short" Cruise

Sail Date: November 09, 2015

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Suite

While the RCCL's Majesty of the Seas is starting to show its age, it's still a great ship for what it does. The short haul cruise out of Miami is attractive to a different group of travelers than most longer cruises. If you want to share your trip with a vibrant, younger crowd than this is the cruise for you. Perhaps because of its short duration which means they have a shorter time to make an impression, the staff--particularly in the dining room--work really hard to make sure your voyage is special. Even the food itself seemed better than our most recent long cruise.

In short, this short cruise is well worth the cost!

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Cabin / Stateroom
A bit smaller than the Junior Suite on RCCL's other ships but large enough for the 4 night trip.
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Miami, Florida
Nassau, Bahamas
Cococay (Cruiseline's Private Island)
Key West, Florida
Whether it's on the ship or on a shore excursion (depending on port time) be sure to plan to watch the sunset. Key Est sunsets are spectacular.


The Delicatessen on deck 12 above the Windjammer is a great lunch spot--most people don't know it is there!

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