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Majesty of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

Majesty of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

Set sail aboard the Royal Caribbean International Majesty of the Seas and enjoy the cruise of a lifetime.

This ship really is in a class of its own as the sole representative of Royal Caribbean's Sovereign class of ships. The Majesty of the Seas is a contemporary classic and took a month out of service this year and went into dry dock for a multi-million pound upgrade that brought its facilities in line with more recent additions to the fleet. Passengers can now expect the latest in luxury on board this veteran of the seas.

Destinations and Itineraries

This ship has a permanent home in Miami and specialises in short cruises to the Bahamas. Typically a voyage will involve three or four nights on board. Holidaymakers from the UK head to Miami where they spend their first night in a hotel before embarking the next day. On day three of the holiday, the Majesty of the Seas arrives at Nassau in the Bahamas, giving a chance to sample the paradise island, indulge in a bit of shopping or head for the marine park.

Next stop is Royal Caribbean's private island of CocoCay, a watersports playground or just an opportunity to soak up the Caribbean sun. Key West, the outermost and most popular island on the Florida Keys is the next stop where the quaint wooden houses and Ernest Hemingway heritage is all on offer before the ship returns to port at Miami. The alternative three night cruises miss out Key West.

Set sail on one of the finest cruise ships in the business, onboard the Majesty of the Seas from Royal Caribbean International.

On Board

On Board

In line with the rest of the Royal Caribbean fleet, there is plenty of deck space on the Majesty of the Seas with leisure options to suit every lifestyle. There are two swimming pools and a sports deck where basketball and volleyball can be played. A jogging track winds around the top of the ship between the Viking Crown Lounge and the mast bar and at the stern of the ship you’ll find a climbing wall. The Vitality at Sea Spa and Fitness Centre at the stern of the ship includes a well-equipped gym and offers classes in Yoga and aerobics.

Kids have their own dedicated space on board depending on their age. The Adventure Ocean area is dedicated to youngsters and includes supervised activities such as a scavenger hunt and sports competitions. Older children can head to the Teen Zone which includes a video game arcade.

Staterooms

Staterooms

There are 14 passenger decks on this large ship, with 1,829 cabins. Of these, 733 have ocean views and 63 have balconies. Most cabins have twin beds that convert to a double and have a flat screen TV, telephone, mini bar and individually controlled air conditioning. At double occupancy the ship can carry 2,350 passengers and a 912-strong international crew, creating a ratio of one crew member for every 2.5 passengers.

Although most of the standard cabins on the ship are not large, they are big enough for the brief cruises that the Majesty of the Seas specialises in. Even the smallest interior cabins have a sitting areas as well as a compact but well-designed bathroom with a hair dryer and vanity area. Room service is available in each cabin and suites also have a concierge service, and a luggage valet service.

 

Dining

Dining

A recent benefit of the ships most recent refit is the expansion of the dining options on board, which has introduced some successes from newer additions to the fleet as well as keeping some Royal Caribbean favourites. Starlight and Moonlight, the main dining rooms are split over two decks connected by a sweeping staircase. The Windjammer Cafe is a popular feature of all Royal Caribbean liners, serving hot and cold snacks from burgers to stir-fry dishes throughout the day.

A new addition by the pool bar is the Johnny Rockets, an atmospheric 1950s themed diner complete with formica worktops and traditional American fare such as burgers, fries and malted milkshakes. The ship's dress code is casual and comfortable during the day. In the evening the dress code ranges from smart casual to formal, when ladies are required to wear a cocktail dress and men are requested to wear black tie or a dark suit.

After dinner entertainment is provided in the Chorus Line theatre. Passengers can also while away the evening in the ship's Casino Royale, Schooner Bar, Centrum shops, Cafe Latté-tudes, and Bolero's Lounge. For those who have to work even when on holiday, the ship has a conference centre and two conference rooms.

Deck Plans & Facts

Deck Plans

You will find all the information you need to know about what is on each deck, find your accommodation, which deck the pool is located on.

Cheap Cruise Holidays

With great offers on a range of cruises, booking with Cruise Thomas Cook is a must. If you’re keen to set sail check out our 2014 Cruises and Last Minute Cruises – or if you’re planning ahead browse our 2015 Cruises. For those setting sail from the UK there’s a number of cruises from Southampton to choose from.

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