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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

Pros

Fun-filled, short cruises that tick all the boxes -- sun, sea, sand and booze

Cons

Older ship with limited attractions, especially if you're used to newer ships

Bottom Line

If you want a good value short-break cruise in the sun, you can't go wrong on Majesty


Cruise Reviews

2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2019
First of all we chose this cruise for the destination, not the ship. But, after reading the reviews of Majesty I thought I was on the wrong ship. I was expecting ripped carpeting, doors falling off, rust everywhere in the bathroom, lumpy ... Read More
First of all we chose this cruise for the destination, not the ship. But, after reading the reviews of Majesty I thought I was on the wrong ship. I was expecting ripped carpeting, doors falling off, rust everywhere in the bathroom, lumpy beds, and especially bad food. But, we found non of it. Yes, the ship is old and small, the rooms are cozy and the decor is dated, but, as I said in my opening, this cruise is picked for the destination not the ship. We had an interior room on level 5 and our steward Allen did a fantastic job of keeping it clean. The rooms are small, so deal with it, if your planning on staying in your room for the whole trip, save yourself the effort. A big part of cruising is meeting people, exploring and just enjoying yourself. We were part of a party of 8 and every night at 7:30 we met in someones room and had wine, it was very cozy to say the least. Our waiter was Vilson with Wasi as his assistant and they made sure we had everything possible. On the first night we ordered sliced tomatoes with blue cheese and every dinner after that there were tomatoes and blue cheese on our table before we got there. The food was average cruise food. My wife and I have been on about 40 cruises and this food was pretty much what was expected. When cooking for 2000 guests, it's hard to get everything perfect for everyone. On ship entertainment was pretty much old cruise entertainment, they don't have the same facilities as Symphony or Harmony, so they pretty much do what they can with their stages. The Lionel Richie impersonator was pretty good, the comedian was okay. During embarkation it too a little longer than normal because of Cuba documentation, but, it was tolerable, disembarkation was a breeze. Key west was Key West, we walked around awhile had a couple of cocktails and got back on ship, we really didn't need any more tee shirts or other stuff. Getting off the ship in Cuba was a bit of an annoyance, but, realizing it we are not the most favored tourists, everyone involved with Cuban Customs were okay. The lines got a little long, but, not enough to ruin a good time. Now Cuba, we had booked a day long tour with Your Havana Tour and it was better than perfect. Our tour guide, Lyly, asked what we wanted out of our tour and her best to provide that. We walked thru Old Havana, saw houses in Mirabell, went to the Revolution Square, had lunch at a Paladar, and after dinner on the ship, we were provided transportation to the Tropicana. After a night of consuming way too much Havana Club and dancing to Cuban Music, Lyly made sure we arrived safely back at our ship. Of course, we had time to purchase cigars, coffee and rum and do a little exploring ourselves, but, I wish we had more time in Cuba. I would have liked to see the country side, but, maybe another trip. At no time was did we feel unsafe, we never got hassled for tips, or anything like that. One thing to watch out for is there are a lot of dogs on the streets of Old Havana and you know what dogs leave behind.... For someone who wants to see Havana, doesn't mind close quarters and has an open mind, this trip would fit the bill. If your expecting Specialty Restaurants, larger rooms, 42 inch TV's. etc. Stick with an Oasis class ship. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2019
We wanted a short cruise to Cuba....the itinerary was perfect....Key West and 1.5 days in Cuba! But RC pulled a couple of bait and switch which I truly don't appreciate it! First, I took advantage of their pre cruise offer for ... Read More
We wanted a short cruise to Cuba....the itinerary was perfect....Key West and 1.5 days in Cuba! But RC pulled a couple of bait and switch which I truly don't appreciate it! First, I took advantage of their pre cruise offer for internet...though it was a good deal....closer to the cruise they lowered the price....and didn't advise me. We also purchased the beverage packages prior to the cruise....we only wanted to purchase one....but they said no....both adults in the cabin had to purchase the packages.....once on board, our friends were allowed to purchase just ONE package.....not a happy camper!!! The staff was OK...didn't really go out of their way....RC's land excursions were way over priced....maybe we need to try Celebrity again (sister company) or still with Oceania OR Azamara (sister company). Entertainment was OK....not great; the comedian the first night was definitely not funny; the last night's entertainment was so-so....he WAS funny.....the Schooner Bar was probably the most fun for nightly entertainment! Sigh! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: January 2019
We wouldn’t have chosen this ship had it not been the only choice to visit Cuba. It’s 27yo and needs some attention. The most of the crew was extremely enthusiastic and efficient. Our friend’s steward was amazing and thoughtful. Ours ... Read More
We wouldn’t have chosen this ship had it not been the only choice to visit Cuba. It’s 27yo and needs some attention. The most of the crew was extremely enthusiastic and efficient. Our friend’s steward was amazing and thoughtful. Ours was much less than that. There were several times that we returned to our room to find the heat turned as high as possible. There were repairs that needed to be done on other areas of the ship. The steps leading from Windjammer Marketplace to 12th floor had loose carpeting and I would consider them a trip hazard. Several times I noticed the handrails were sticky. My belief was that there should be much more attention paid to the condition of the ship. The food was acceptable, we had room service deliver continental breakfast 3 out of five days. Once the milk and yogurt was warm. I’m not talking about ‘not cold’ but actually warm. But the service was wonderful. Cuba is rich in history. I was amazed at the beauty of the buildings. But so totally saddened that the condition of them is not being cared for. Overall, I think the ship should be retired. Read Less
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