Monarch of the Seas (RETIRED) 221 Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

Contributor Level: Purser

4-6 cruises


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5 out of 5

4 days of pure fun.

Sail Date: January 28, 2013

Reviewed: 4 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Oceanview

My wife and I went on Royal Caribbeans Monarch of the seas Bahama cruise to Nassau & Cococay island. This was our second trip to Cococay. What an unbelievable island. Beautiful beaches, Calm waters. Great food (included free with the cruise) and loads of seating on the beach. Probably 4 times the number of guests on the island. Lots on excursions available (for a price tho). My wife and I have been to Honolulu 5 times and never have we enjoyed Hawaii as much as cruising. Nassau has some great shopping and wonderful sunshine. The ship was great. Great service from the crew and wonderful food (again all included with the cruise). If you have not been on a cruise you really need to go. It is so addicting and on of the most affordable ways to vacation.
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Port Canaveral, Florida
Cococay (Cruiseline's Private Island)
Amazing! I would live there if I could.
Nassau, Bahamas
Great shopping. Lots of excursions available.


Dont spent a bundle buying a suite or even a balcony room. You will not spend much time there. An ocean view room is nice but not necessary.

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