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Itinerary

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  • Day 1
    New Orleans
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    Key West
  • Day 4
    Nassau
  • Day 5
    Perfect Day at CocoCay
  • Day 6
    Cruising
  • Day 7
    Cruising
  • Day 8
    New Orleans

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

Chose this cruise because of value and time constraints. Cruise port hard to navigate and understand because of lack of signage. On entering stateroom found shower had not been cleaned properly and had long dark hair on walls and floor. ... Read More
Chose this cruise because of value and time constraints. Cruise port hard to navigate and understand because of lack of signage. On entering stateroom found shower had not been cleaned properly and had long dark hair on walls and floor. Offered a bottle of wine for our inconvenience. Traveling with a young child and they were not very accommodating at changing dining time to early. Dining room staff in evening were excellent but breakfast left a lot to be desired. Food was only warm and service was lacking. A few days into cruise found tiny ants (termite type) in our cabin. Their response from Hotel Mgr was “there cannot be bugs on our ships “. They finally saw them and only offered to move us to move us to deck 8 above the nightclub. IndicTed it was the only available room even though we had staff indicate they were down by approximately 400 passengers. They then offered us a future cruise credit which we declined. Then they offered us an onboard ship credit that we reluctantly accepted. First and last experience with Royal Caribbean. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
If it is too cold to go in the pool on deck, the only things for your children to do is the rock wall (during it's open hours) and Ocean adventure (their understaffed kid's care). The shows were so, so... Richard Harris the ... Read More
If it is too cold to go in the pool on deck, the only things for your children to do is the rock wall (during it's open hours) and Ocean adventure (their understaffed kid's care). The shows were so, so... Richard Harris the comedian, was good. Although, we never made it to our final destination to trade off performers and entertainers, so that probably contributed. We booked 2 rooms (at the same time), but were assigned different tables on different floors for sit down dining! Then they tried to accommodate by moving us to 8pm dining... won't work with kids. The 2 times we did attend sit down dining we had bad service. The first night the server was sick, so we got fill in service from the other waiters on the floor. We were the last people to get our food over an hour after we were sat down. The 2nd time we got better service, but the lobster we ordered was TERRIBLE. Completely overcooked and chewy. Windjammer and Compass Deli was the saving grace for food for us. Granted the food quality was barely above gold corral buffet food in my opinion. But it was fast and always there, which was great with kids. We NEVER made it to Nassau, never picked up the last entertainers. Instead, their compromise was to take us BACK to Key West for a quick 3-4 hour day trip by the time we got through customs. We're from Florida, so this was really disappointing to not even go the Bahamas, whole reason we booked the cruise. There is not much of anything to do on Key west besides, eat, trolley and the butterfly garden. Which we did the trolley the 1st time... so we gave the butterfly garden a try, oh yeah, the closed 45 min after we got there! That's because we couldn't get off the ship until after 2pm going through customs. It was a 7 days cruise and NOT enough to do on the ship when the weather is so, so and you have so many sail days. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
This was my fourth cruise with RCI, and, as usual, I left the ship satisfied. We decided to take this cruise as a family since the prices were very low, and we all enjoyed it. Although embarkation was a bit slow, it went smootly. When ... Read More
This was my fourth cruise with RCI, and, as usual, I left the ship satisfied. We decided to take this cruise as a family since the prices were very low, and we all enjoyed it. Although embarkation was a bit slow, it went smootly. When we boarded the ship, we found out it wasn't as small as we thought it would be. Although it was very accessible, it had a very decent size. Also, since the ship is 30 years old, we thought it would look old. We were wrong. The only thing that made it seem old was the sound that the engines made when they started. We booked an oceanview cabin. When we arrived, we were dissapointed by the size, but we slept comfortably and didn't find the size as a problem, but if you're claustrophobic or are over 70, I wouldn't recommend booking an oceanview cabin for its size. Dining is delicious on this ship. The main dining room was fancy, and the food was amazing. The Windjammer was very good, and there were many potions to choose from, but I would recommend for everyone to have lunch at Compass Deli. The paninis are delicious. All activities are fun and entertaining. The cruise director's staff does a really god job. What you cant miss: 60 Seconds Or Less Challenge, all Trivias, Game Shows, and Baggo Competition. Entertainment is great on the Majesty. Although I didn't attend much shows, I did see Boogie Wonderland, and you can't miss it. All crew is amazing, as on every Royal Caribbean ship. I would like to recognize certain crew members: Qiao Xiu (China), Yifan (China), James (UK), Juvenil (Philippines), Samantha (Mexico), and Tanya (UK). The last is the cruise director, and she does an outstanding job. Regarding ports, there were 2 I loved. First, Coco Cay. The private island is amazing for all ages, and it provides a day full of adventure. I do recommend for every kid and young adult to get the Thrill Waterpark Full Day Pass. It's totally worth it, and all waterslides are amazing. Then, Key West. It's a beautiful, small town filled with small houses. If you want to get to know the island, I recommend renting a bike on your own. You'll save some money. Finally, Nassau. Unless you're going to the Atlantis, don't det off the ship. Overall, we had an amazing vacation, and I would recommend for everyone to take this 7 night cruise. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
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