Passengers on Majesty of the Seas will experience the "normal" Key West call on the itinerary; the ship, slated to return to Miami tomorrow, will depart on schedule. In the meantime, a dozen employees from Royal Caribbean's corporate headquarters in Miami have headed to Key West to assist with clean up. The damage, says the Royal Caribbean spokesman, is so confined to the galley area that there's no need to cancel the ship's next sailing, which departs Friday morning from Miami. The Windjammer will be closed, however, through mid-afternoon on Saturday.
In response to the shut-down of Windjammer, staffers on Majesty of the Seas have expanded dining hours in the Mikado and Maytime, the ship's two main restaurants, begun supplying snacks in the Blue Sky Lounge, and continue to serve pizza and round-the-clock coffee from a station on the Windjammer's outdoor seating area.