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5 Night Cuba Cruise from Fort Lauderdale

5 Night Cuba Cruise from Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    Key West
  • Day 4
    Havana
  • Day 5
    Havana
  • Day 6
    Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

Majesty of the Seas

Majesty of the Seas - Royal Caribbean International

You'll love Majesty of the Seas if you want a short cruise with a party atmosphere and enjoy a happening bar scene, yet also want a splash park and activities for kids.

Majesty of the Seas is not for you if you want a shiny new ship, lots of amusement park-style attractions and aren't the partying type.


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: February 2019
I don't know what the (2V) means. My wife and I have been on our 10th cruise with RCCL and will continue to do so. I really thought this would not be a good trip since we usually are getting a balcony but I thought what the heck ... Read More
I don't know what the (2V) means. My wife and I have been on our 10th cruise with RCCL and will continue to do so. I really thought this would not be a good trip since we usually are getting a balcony but I thought what the heck we do this one and the next one it's only 9 days we've been to the ports on the first leg of this cruise and our first back to back. The room was small but cozy and my wife and I survived yet in the future we will get a balcony we just need the room. Everything was great. We met a lot of nice people and our steward was awesome. Our shore excursions were only one in Key West (the second part of this cruise) and the rest were by private tours. The only problem I had with this was the back to back procedures which I feel should be reviewed and looked to change. We along with about 8 other passengers stayed on the ship for a back to back. Many reasons why we did that but mainly due to the fact we came from a long distance and need more cruise time than just 5 days. Upon our arrival back at Ft. Lauderdale for the second leg of our first back to back, (key word is "first") we were escorted last off the ship and taken to a waiting area. About 20 minutes later an officer of the ship came up and handed us an envelope with our new sea pass cards. Nothing else was in the envelope just our sea pass cards. And we were told to proceed to the ship. Nothing more was said or directed. So we were under the impression that our credit card was still valid on RCCL and the ship. Since we had a credit card for our onborad expenses and gratuities and didn't formally close out the account and our sea pass cards had our beverage package working, throughout the second leg we didn't think twice about the financial situation. The last night of the cruise we were given two separate invoices both of which were ambiguous and stated pretty much "if" you have a credit card and are fine with the charges everything is good to go. Well we had one and no one asked us to re swipe our cards. So based upon the good faith of how the first disembarkation took place it was more than reasonable to draw the inference that the charges were on the same card. Upon final disembarkation and being the 3rd group of over 17 groups to leave my sea pass card was flagged. I had to get out of line and go to guest services where there was already a 20 minute line waiting. That is when I found out that my card needed to be re swiped. Clearing the bill took about 30 minutes, it was as if she had to input each and every days charges separately. Then I was allowed to leave only to find out that it takes about 10 minutes for the transaction to clear their system so after fighting my way back to the front of the exit line and very frustrated that RCCL didn't have better procedures I was finally allowed to leave. I'm not over an hour delayed and then had to go through 17 other groups to get through customs which took an additional hour. I recommend that RCCL change their procedures a bit to avoid confusion with other first time back to back passengers who might encounter this inconvenience in the future. Instead of escorting the passengers to a waiting area for 20 minutes, take that time to either explain the financial rebording process or just walk them to the reception intake area to reinitialize all of their financial transactions and avoid the confusion in the future. And stop sending out invoices that are ambiguous. I know it's easier to have a canned statement but if someone owes then tell them, "YOU HAVE AN OUTSTANDING AMOUNT DUE OR YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOW TO DISEMBARK". I understand the legal ramification of that statement however the first recommendation to walk back to back guests through the reboarding process though the intake desk would be the best solution and avoid all of the delays like this one in the future. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
We chose this ship because of the itinerary; going to Cuba. However, after we booked, RCCL shortened the time in Havana--disappointing. This is an old and tired looking ship. Will not cruise on her again, regardless of itinerary. The ... Read More
We chose this ship because of the itinerary; going to Cuba. However, after we booked, RCCL shortened the time in Havana--disappointing. This is an old and tired looking ship. Will not cruise on her again, regardless of itinerary. The elevators are few and, oddly, when you press the call button, only one side responds. One would need to cross over to press the button on the other side. Boarding and disembarking was extremely tedious. The staff in the Windjammer were especially nice and attentive. We did not dine in the main dining room because only the late seating was available; 8:00 p.m. is way too late for us to eat (reflux problem.) The excursions in Havana were excellent if, a bit pricey. The staff, overall, were very good. The wake up call feature did not work on the phone in our room. Fortunately, we have an app on our laptop. Read Less
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2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
We chose this cruise because we wanted to visit Havana. The boat itself is good I like the layout and the fact that you can get food until 3am. Our room was small and our stateroom attendant was not visible for most of the cruise. It ... Read More
We chose this cruise because we wanted to visit Havana. The boat itself is good I like the layout and the fact that you can get food until 3am. Our room was small and our stateroom attendant was not visible for most of the cruise. It was hard to get certain items in our stateroom, to the point we had to ask 3 to 4 times before they showed up. I will warn you that if you try to bring a power strip on the cruise, they will take it out of your suitcase. This is no longer allowed on the ship. We brought one because I have a medical device and were told by security that housekeeping could give a ship approved one, however only days later did we find out that they do not have power strips. All they have is extension cord. The captain did get us into Cuba early, which made disembarking quite easy. I will say do not expect to get money out of the ATM's on board. The units were emptied about 2 hours after we left Ft Lauderdale. The cruise has a presentation on traveling to Cuba and everyone goes and empties them out. if you fail to bring cash, then you have to go to the casino and take money out from there. The money exchange at port only stays open until 8pm or 20:00. Do not think they will stay open until 1:30am. Also note that the ship leaves at 2AM, so do not book tours for the following day. We were told that overnight, for Royal Caribbean means that the ship leaves at 2am. Many people on our ship were disappointed in that fact as they thought they could still get off the ship in Havana the second day. After leaving Havana you have a cruising day, which is not necessarily clear on the itinerary. on this cruise we then went all the way to Costa Maya and when we arrived the weather was not good enough for us to land so we turned around and went to Cozumel. Overall, I would go back to Cuba in a heart beat, however this cruise we spent more time on the boat than we did anywhere else which was disappointing from my end. Read Less
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