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We travelled with our two friends and chose this cruise mainly for the itinerary as we have sailed on The Celebration in the Eastern Med several times and fancied a change., After reading some of the reviews we were genuinely worried. ... Read More
We travelled with our two friends and chose this cruise mainly for the itinerary as we have sailed on The Celebration in the Eastern Med several times and fancied a change., After reading some of the reviews we were genuinely worried. However,from the minute we embarked on the ship we were astounded by the friendliness of all the staff. On our first night we were shown to a table and introduced to the waiters, Aris,Roy and the Wine Waiter, Ian, they were delighted to serve us and we were given this same table every night and indeed excellent service .The food was superb, a great variety, hot and well presented. Mr Abdullah the Restaurant Manager does an excellent job and very kindly gave us a bottle of champagne. We chatted to the Hotel Manager, Bell, who has the unenviable task of being in charge of the whole hotel section of the ship, which he does with extreme efficiency and still has time to chat! He gave us some gorgeous red wine with his compliments, which was greatly enjoyed! As we have sailed 16 times with Thomsons we were invited to a Cocktail Party, hosted by the Captain and Senior Officers which was most enjoyable and we were thanked by the Captain for our loyalty to Thomsons. The staff in the bars worked very hard and we were always served very quickly. Last year on the Celebration we had to wait some time to be served, but never this year. Niki, Ella, Kiwan and Joshua deserve a special mention, as they always had a little chat and were so friendly. The entertainment in the Jubilee Lounge was okay, but the only show we really thought great was the Moulin Rouge. Some of the shows we have seen before, so perhaps a change of repertoire is called for. The Crew Show was the highlight of the entertainment, the DJ, Aural was fantastic! To sum up, an excellent cruise, super staff service and food! So sorry the Majesty is going as we would have had no hesitation in sailing on her again. Read Less
Sail Date July 2017
This was our second cruise and the first time with Thomson Majesty. I had read previous reviews and the majority mostly sum up my experience. To summarise our cabin first; We had an outside standard cabin and it was much smaller than ... Read More
This was our second cruise and the first time with Thomson Majesty. I had read previous reviews and the majority mostly sum up my experience. To summarise our cabin first; We had an outside standard cabin and it was much smaller than expected. It would be fine for one person but not for two people for two weeks! We had to live out of a suitcase as the single wardrobe and drawer space was not sufficient for two people. The bathroom was the smallest ever and a very tight squeeze. It was old and shabby with a shower curtain that didn't cover the space and thin worn towels. Very dated interior throughout and the television had little available to watch with an intermittent service, so we didn't use it much. The housekeeping team were very intrusive and always wanted to attend to our room when we were using it! That said - the rest of it was just great! The dining options were varied and they catered well for me and always offered me the menu the day before so that they could prepare my gluten free meals. Our waiter Manny and our wine waiter Leandro in the Seven Seas restaurant were excellent and looked after us incredibly well for the two weeks. Mary Ann in the Polo lounge was also great fun and a real character! She always looked after us very well and went out of her way to find us a seat when it was busy. All the staff work so hard for such long hours but their commitment to their job is outstanding. They were the highlight of the cruise, with all of them being such good fun to be around, entertaining us with their own cabaret show and impromptu dancing, singing and magic! I would definitely go on a Thomson Cruise again and wish I could choose the ship where the staff will move on to when they retire the Majesty in November. We had good fun in the sun and look forward to our next cruise with Thomson next year! Read Less
Sail Date July 2017
I nearly always choose Thomson's holidays (usually Gold) so know that I can trust them. The cruise appeared to be value for money, with a big discount on the original price, & booking was easy online. My wife's suitcase got ... Read More
I nearly always choose Thomson's holidays (usually Gold) so know that I can trust them. The cruise appeared to be value for money, with a big discount on the original price, & booking was easy online. My wife's suitcase got lost at Palma airport and the onboard receptionist's worked hard to track it for us. It arrived onboard 2 hrs before we sailed so 10 out of 10 for effort there! We booked for 14 nights so left the exploring of Palma for our first return. We had 9 shore excursions booked starting with Sicily (loved it) then to Sorrento & the Amalfi Coast (amazing) & finally to Rome (a must see for any traveller). Corsica was the next stopover (interesting & the only tender to shore as we lost Cuitadella on week two!) and finally to Mahon (gin museum/distillery duly visited)! Back to Majorca then for the start of week two. So it should have been docking at Cuitadella but the Tramuntana (a strong Balearic wind) meant we had to dock at Mahon again. Toulon & Sete were the next two ports of call on the cote-d'azure. We lost the weather here but by the time we hit Palamos and Tarragona the sun was back to baking temperatures! A visit to the Capital of Tarragona (Reus) and a quick tour of the beautiful seaside resort of Cambrils was our last planned excursion. None of the above tours were rushed or included pointless trips to outlets or irrelevant extras. I added a final bicycle tour around Ibiza town for our last day and my wife went to the Sana Wellness centre onboard for a little pampering! Meals were above average and pretty much 24hrs if you wanted it!! The drinks package was good value and the choice was reasonable. Entertainment was mainly the crew but they worked hard and produced a variety of decent shows! Would I do it again? How about tomorrow!! Waking up in a different country or part of a country is such a great way to holiday! I completely get the whole cruising idea and wish I had started it years ago! The ship is old but still eminently seaworthy and the family atmosphere on board is a delight! The crew were efficient, polite and plainly enjoyed their chosen occupation! Overall...well done Tui! Read Less
Sail Date June 2017
Never sailed on Majesty before enjoyed almost all of the week ,just a few minor complaints but nothing that would stop me cruising with Thomson's again. Great entertainment wonderful staff all around the ship. Nothing was too much ... Read More
Never sailed on Majesty before enjoyed almost all of the week ,just a few minor complaints but nothing that would stop me cruising with Thomson's again. Great entertainment wonderful staff all around the ship. Nothing was too much trouble, Food on the Majesty was excellent always plenty to eat. Waiters continually making sure that everything was to your liking. If I have any criticism about evening mealtime it is there chose of sugar free sweets where very limited and non existent during afternoon tea which was a shame because all the sweets looked delicious particularly the different types of biscuits. My only complaint was the trips. Thomson's need to reconsider some trips when it is Ramadan. Our trip to Casablanca was a waste of time as most thing the where closed because of Ramadan. We couldn't even get a drink of water as nowhere was open and in those temperatures it was ridicules. Read Less
Sail Date June 2017
I have just returned from a weeks cruise which was offered at a knock down price due to the fact that the ship is coming out of service at the end of the year. We were a bit apprehensive as to what condition the ship would be in, the ship ... Read More
I have just returned from a weeks cruise which was offered at a knock down price due to the fact that the ship is coming out of service at the end of the year. We were a bit apprehensive as to what condition the ship would be in, the ship was as described as a bit tired and the cabins small however we couldn't fault the organisation of Thomsons everything thing went like clockwork from checking in at Gatwick to departure day at the end of the holiday, well done Thomsons. The ship itself was as described tired but everything worked as it should, the food was excellent as were all of the staff the entertainment was brilliant.It might not have been the best nor the biggest ship in the world but the atmosphere and the enjoyment was amazing. We would certainly book again with Thomsons due mainly to there fantastic efficiency Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
I went with my mother and my 11 yr old daughter, we shared an outside cabin on deck 6, we were very happy with the cabin, we had been concerned before that it would be too small but we had no problem. I'd read other reviews saying ... Read More
I went with my mother and my 11 yr old daughter, we shared an outside cabin on deck 6, we were very happy with the cabin, we had been concerned before that it would be too small but we had no problem. I'd read other reviews saying the boat was 'past it' which I totally disagree. Yes the cabin was a little tired, but spotlessly cleaned every day. The staff on board were wonderful, every single one smiley and talkative. We ate most nights in the Four Seasons restaurant which was lovely. The staff, especially Jared, Charlie and Vincent were genuinely pleasant and interested in what you'd been doing that day or what you'd planned for the next day. Captains Dinner evening was great fun, it was lovely getting dressed up for the occasion and the staff all put on a 'show'. To think they do this week in week out, you certainly couldn't tell, they had lots of fun too. The food in general was faultless, plenty of choice in the buffet areas on deck 10 for eating any time of the day. We did enjoy breakfast in the Seven seas most mornings which gave a choice of waiter or buffet. Paninis on Deck 10 mid afternoon then afternoon tea was very tasty. The onboard entertainment team certainly entertained, they have some very talented people. The guy who sang and played guitar on Deck 5 each evening had a lovely relaxing voice, we could have listened to him all night. The resident band Musik unlimited certainly had us swaying in our seats and giggling at Romeo's dancing. My 11 yr old daughter didn't partake in the kids club as she was more than happy wandering around the boat to find wifi or spending time with us. From what we saw the kids club was well catered for. Most days we visited the ports under our own steam rather than booking expensive excursions, this suited us fine as all towns were within easy walking distance. We decided to book an excursion in Morocco as we were a little unsure of what to expect. We now wish we'd stayed on the boat for the day. The guide took us to a remote hilltop to show some remains of a fort destroyed by the earthquake, but when we arrived we were hounded by men with Camels and other animals, before we knew it my daughter was on a camel being lead off down the track. After a quick wander around the car park the man insisted we had photos with his camel and went on to charge me 20 Euros for the priviledge. (my fault, I didn't have any smaller notes and he could see that) So that un-nerved us all to be honest. We then were taken to 'Fantasia' which was no better than a school talent show, then onto a Souk, which was just a massive indoor market selling everything from toiletries and kitchen utensils to carpets. Not really that thrilling, a bit similar to Birmingham!! So my advise would be to go it alone, others on the boat did and had a much better experience. We all loved the fact that we woke up in a different place every day, I'm definitely a convert! Hygiene wise, the staff were always at the restaurant doors with hand gel and there were dispensers outside all room and wcs. We didn't hear of any illness. I used the gym a couple of mornings, the first when we were still at sea, which I wouldn't do again, trying to run on the treadmill was very funny swaying side to side. The gym was very small, but reasonably equipped. The equipment was quite old but served the purpose for a holiday gym. Read Less
Sail Date April 2017
I have just returned from a cruise to the canaries on the thomson majesty and I feel that this lovely ship does not get the credit it deserves firstly she is an older smaller ship than a lot of newer ones but I if you want excellent ... Read More
I have just returned from a cruise to the canaries on the thomson majesty and I feel that this lovely ship does not get the credit it deserves firstly she is an older smaller ship than a lot of newer ones but I if you want excellent friendly crew and good food and entertainment don't look any further, she is a little tired but kept spotless, the cabins are small and bathroom suite dated but I feel some reviews are harsh and untrue. Daniel, Ricky, Ian in the seven season restraunt were brilliant as we're all the staff if you were paying 5 star prices I still don't think you would get any better service. The entertainment staff were very good and worked very hard the shows were excellent and the bands and singers top class each and everyone worked hard to make the passengers have a good time. In my mind it's a more laid back cruise not for everyone especially if you are used to more formal cruises I think for first time cruiser it is brilliant. Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
Six of us wanted to cruise together, we thought this was a good price - £800 each for all inclusive. We had a wonderful time on Thomson Majesty. WE all thought the cabins tired and dated and very small but this did not spoil our ... Read More
Six of us wanted to cruise together, we thought this was a good price - £800 each for all inclusive. We had a wonderful time on Thomson Majesty. WE all thought the cabins tired and dated and very small but this did not spoil our experience. We were impressed with the buffer selections on deck 10, and particularly enjoyed the omelettes for breakfast. The restaurant for dinner at night was also excellent. We all thought the food was very good, and liked the entertainment provided by the waiters. We had excellent service from our waiters Angelo and Geoffrey and our wine waiter Ian. Although I personally do not like to sunbathe my friends spent many hours on deck 11. The entertainment during the day on deck 10 was good particularly the live music and quizzes. I liked the activities on our Sea day, I did line dancing and American smooth. The instructors were good but the classes were too short. I also enjoyed singing - Michael is a brilliant choir master, and I spent an enjoyable hour learning 4 songs and taking part in a performance at night. Our evenings were spent mainly in the rendezvous bar, and then in frame 52 for late night dancing. We enjoyed the shows at night, although I was very disappointed with the Queen tribute. Altogether this has been an amazing cruise for SIX IN THE CANARIES Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
This is our second Cruise (first was with Costa) and overall we loved The Majesty. She's an old girl, and as long as you don't expect Royal Caribbean Standards for a Thomson price, you won't be disappointed. We had ... Read More
This is our second Cruise (first was with Costa) and overall we loved The Majesty. She's an old girl, and as long as you don't expect Royal Caribbean Standards for a Thomson price, you won't be disappointed. We had done our research before leaving as we had read many negative reviews, so we knew we had to pay $15 for a safe, and we also knew the cabins were going to be small - but knowing this before you leave makes all the difference. Embarkation was very smooth, we were told it may take up to 3 hours to get cases to the cabins, but we were met on the boat as soon as we boarded to be taken to our cabin, and the cases were already there. The Majesty herself is a beautiful old boat and we loved her charm. There are places where you can see she may be a bit dated, but we liked her feeling like a ship, not like a big shopping centre atrium. Two things struck us the most - the first was how spotlessly clean the ship was kept - staff were continuously cleaning, and they were the most friendly cleaning staff I've ever come across. The second was the staff in general - they were excellent. We enjoyed the food on board - eating mainly in the self serve restaurant as we are quite casual eaters most of the time. The food was plentiful and varied, and we always found it hot and of a good standard - we never went hungry. We did eat in the restaurants twice, and the food and staff there were also very good. It would be nice if there could be themed restaurants (ie Chinese, steakhouse etc) even if it did incur an additional charge like The Bistro - it would give a bit more choice, but there is only so much room on the Majesty so I doubt that could happen. It would be nice if there could be an area in the buffet which is 'Port Themed' so that you could get a taste of your next destination. Just an idea Thomson, in case you read this...! We had bought the drinks package for £10 pppd, and that was very good value. My only bugbear was if you wanted a frozen cocktail you had to pay a surcharge, but that was only £1 per time, so hardly extortionate. Coffee in the coffee shop was also included in the package. We're not really ones for stage shows so we didn't see anything in the Jubilee Lounge, but there was something on each night if that's your thing. We spent most nights up in the Observatory Lounge listening to LM sing with his guitar. He is a very talented man, who we never grew tired of listening too. There is a fab guy who plays piano in the Rendezvous lounge also. We did 3 Excursions - Madeira, Agadir and Lanzarote. The Madeira Mountains tour was fantastic and the guide was very knowledgeable and funny - it was well worth the money. When the tour finished at lunchtime, we went into Funchal on foot and had lunch at the seafront, then made our own way to the cable car and took it to the top and came down in the wicker baskets - our favourite day! :) The Agadir tour was just the Kasbah, the Mohammed V Mosque and the waterfront, but that wasn't really up to much unfortunately. The Kasbah was an old ruin that has just been left and vandalised, where every man and his camel is trying to get you to buy something as soon as you get off the bus. The Mosque we could only stand outside and look at, and the waterfront although very nice, could be anywhere. The Lanzarote tour to Timanfaya (Fire Mountain) we would also recommend. Amazing place unlike anywhere else we've ever seen, and then we had a camel ride and the tour stopped in a Bodega on the way back. Good value. The staff on the ship were all exemplary - we didn't come across anyone less than helpful and friendly. The bar staff on deck and inside come round constantly to see if you need a drink, and tips were never expected or given. Speaking of which, a big thing with a Thomson Cruise is you aren't hit with a surcharge at the end of it, like you are with all other cruises. When we finished our first cruise with Costa we weren't aware of this and had a bill for $170 each for tips and gratuities. This does not happen with Thomson. If you want to give a tip (as we did to certain staff) that's your choice, but its not demanded as it is with other cruise lines. On our last day, we had to be out of our cabin by 10am but our flights weren't until 6pm - but our cases were taken the night before and hand luggage was securely stowed in the ship - so we could still relax and explore Gran Canaria. Then we came back to the ship for lunch, as food and drinks were still included until the bus left for the airport. On the whole an enjoyable experience, we will definitely use Thomson again. All I would recommend is that you spend an evening doing some research before you book any holiday so you know what to expect, then you won't be disappointed. We would give The Majesty an 8 out of 10. Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
The food was good and always available and hot. The colourful coasts destinations: apart from Gran Canaria and Madeira, the ship was far to far away from the ports. I also think the excursions are very over priced, especially if there is a ... Read More
The food was good and always available and hot. The colourful coasts destinations: apart from Gran Canaria and Madeira, the ship was far to far away from the ports. I also think the excursions are very over priced, especially if there is a family of you going. The kasbah/souk excursion cost £90 for 3 adults and was terrible, we had over an hour in a place you could buy a local handbag or a pair of aladdin shoes, the rest of the items were far too big to transport and we were sat around waiting for that part of the tour to finish. Then we had 50 mins in a market that would take all day to go round. I felt totally ripped off. The ship itself is looking a bit tired, but was kept clean by the ever present staff, who were polite and hard working. The show and entertainment teams were excellent, Fran, Matt and Bethany were especially talented, with spanish lessons, singing (Bethany) and the brilliant game shows and not forgetting the excellent deck games. The evening shows in the Jubilee lounge were very professional and entertaining. The entertainment management we felt left something to be desired, there were some inappropriate comments made with children present from Jack the entertainer and we were disgusted at his innuendos during some of the game shows. And generally found Tayler and him were inapproachable. The waiters were all excellent and the service was very efficient and the chamber maids made our cabin up every day very well and were always polite when approached. Overall a lovely week, but some polishing needed. Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
My friend and i went on a cruise around the Canaries as it was my friends first time.i wanted it to be perfect i have sailed with Thomson for many years so it was my first choice. We boarded our flight on time but we had not set off ... Read More
My friend and i went on a cruise around the Canaries as it was my friends first time.i wanted it to be perfect i have sailed with Thomson for many years so it was my first choice. We boarded our flight on time but we had not set off after an hour when we asked why the steward said she would find out, people were getting nervous then the Captain announced we would have to wait for a pilot to board as there were two hundred and thirty passengers stranded in Spain so we needed to drop him off then fly on to Tenerife .I understand things could happen but were very disappointed we were not told from the beginning,also we were not given a drink while waiting .This had a knock on effect as by the time we landed at the port it was seven hours later ,we could have gone long haul. It was to late to get of the ship then.We were quickly shown to our room which was very clean and the stewards kept it that way coming in twice a day .The dining was good with a choice of dining rooms and plenty to chooze from . from then on the cruise was going great we loved the entertainment from relaxing music to great shows ,this was shown twice nightly the staff are a credit to Thompson ,but our room was 499 and every night it was very noisy as if furniture was being moved around. my self and my friend had to buy ear plugs .Also the water in the Jacuzzi turned green and stayed that way for days which was a shame as its one of my favourate things to do.The last day was back at Tenerife and we could only go for a stroll out as we did not have enough time to explore which was a shame .We enjoyed the ports of call but felt El Hierro was a wasted day and speaking to others they felt the same .All in all we had a great time .I would recommend Thompson to others and i have booked a cruise with Majesty again on the 16th May this year with my husband for our wedding Anniversary. Just hope we don't encounter any problems.People say they have received Loyalty upgrades or wine in there room but we never have and that's one thing i think Thomson need to look into because people like us who come back time after time keep Thomson a float if you pardon the pun. Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
Looking for a new way to take our holiday, we decided to try cruising. Using the many sites dedicated to providing all the information anyone could ever need about the subject, we found a suitable Itinerary on Thomson’s Majesty. The ... Read More
Looking for a new way to take our holiday, we decided to try cruising. Using the many sites dedicated to providing all the information anyone could ever need about the subject, we found a suitable Itinerary on Thomson’s Majesty. The cruise is called the Colourful Coasts, and, as we wanted to revisit the site of our honeymoon, Madeira, whilst seeing more of the islands that go to make up the Canaries, another location we had long wanted to visit, fully met the bill. With good weather forecast for the week in mid-march, we flew from Gatwick to Tenerife, a 5 hour flight due to the French air traffic control strike. On the way back, although we left almost an hour late, heavy tail wins meant we arrived on time at a very cold Gatwick, where we then had to wait for coaches to arrive to take us to the Terminal. We estimated that we spent an extra 2 – 3 hours travelling to and from Tenerife. On first impressions, and forewarned from the many reviews we read, the ship looked slightly past it’s best, with at least 2 other previous names visible on its proud bows. Immediately, though, it was obvious that a) the ship was continually cleaned and painted, with cabin widows being washed dialy and b) hygiene was paramount. In fact the number of times we saw cabin staff cleaning the main stair rails almost matched the large number of alcohol hand dispensers that are placed at all the requisite locations to protect the guest from the dread norovirus. The boat initially seems very large, with many narrow corridors and effectively 7 floors, accessible through 3 main staircases and lifts causing us some confusion as to where to find food, drinks and entertainment, but by the 3rd day we had a good mental map of the layout. Food was plentiful and especially good in the Bistro. If you are lucky enough to be celebrating a special date, then let them know and look out for one of the best “Staff” bands we have had the honour to serenaded by. The buffet food provided throughout the day is acceptable and offers some variation day to day. We did find however, that the Chef’s stations, where food was prepared freshly as you waited, provided a much better alternative and I would recommend the omelettes. Oh yes, and the scones; surprisingly, I had the best scones I have ever had as part of the afternoon tea offering. The waiter service restaurants provide a good quality meal, with some variation on the menu. It is restricted for none meat eaters and some improvisation was required; though the waiters and kitchen where always happy to oblige. One of the main memories from our trip were the happy, smiling, competent waiters that made dining always fun and very enjoyable. These restaurants offer a Share or No share option, with sharing meaning that you could sit with 2 to 6 other passengers. The No share option meant that you had a wait sometimes for a table, which were not always in the best position. As we made the best of all the available excursions organised before sailing, we were tucked up in the very comfortable beds long before the main entertainment got underway. If the promised entertainment is one of your main reasons for going on a cruise, please check out the reviews elsewhere to see what others think of it. We found that the Royal Observatory was always a quiet oasis from the hurly burly of the pool and upper decks; both of which were usually packed due to the mostly fantastic sunny weather. In the evening, the entertainment in this bar was quiet and suited to a relaxing cocktail (a different special every day) before turning in. The Cabin was small, with the ensuite even smaller. The maids look after the rooms as well as any good hotel. The shower is hot and powerful. The toilets take a little getting used to and in our case became a little temperamental at one point. The ship’s plumbers resolved the problems quickly, though reception needed a couple of reminders on one occasion. A few other points to note (some specific to when we sailed) Cell phones are usable pretty much all the time, but check the charges carefully, As with shares, ships can go up and down, a lot, as we found during a 24 hour storm, so take suitable anti seasickness medicines. It is said that if you are susceptible, then getting a cabin near the centre of the boat and on a lower deck may reduce the amount of movement during these rough passages, The itinerary can change at short notice, in our case the storm meant that the sail to the African port was cancelled, giving everyone an extra day in Madeira (no bad thing) Internet access is available on the boat in some locations but not cheap, again check charges. A number of the ports had free wifi available in the embarkation halls, as do a lot of the bars in the towns visited, The guides on the three excursions we took where all local, spoke good English and were extremely knowledgeable about their respective islands, often bringing a very different historical view with some good humour thrown in, There are very few bars showing British sports within walking distance of the ports, we found TripAdvisor invaluable in helping us find somewhere to watch the 6 nations games, If you are lucky you will see dolphins and wandering seabirds from the ship as it sails, keep an eye out over the front of the boat. Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
Just returned from an excellent cruise to the Canaries and Madeira. Unfortunately, the weather was a bit iffy, but that is what one should expect there this time of year. Whilst we could sun bathe on deck on a few afternoons when in ... Read More
Just returned from an excellent cruise to the Canaries and Madeira. Unfortunately, the weather was a bit iffy, but that is what one should expect there this time of year. Whilst we could sun bathe on deck on a few afternoons when in port, but once the ship was sailing it was just too windy to sun bathe. Also, it's a pity that there is no room for sun beds on the pool deck and one has to go on the deck above for one. The cabin was a bit small for an "outside plus" but it was spotlessly clean and tidy. The crew and staff were, as always, extremely helpful and friendly. The entertainment too was really good. The show team and the musicians put every effort into their performances. We normally ate in the Four Seasons restaurant, where the food was very good. We ate once in the Bistro restaurant (where there is an extra charge) which also was good, but would be better if there was more variety in the choices offered. We also enjoyed "curry night" in the self service restaurant. We were on the "drinks package" which was good value and the extra charges for premium drinks were very reasonable. On a couple of occasions we treated ourselves to some really good bottles of wine which too were very reasonably priced. We attended the wine tasting event which was very well received.. We did a couple of excursions including a "tuk tuk" ride in Madeira which were good fun if a little pricey. All in all we had a really good time. In my view the grumblers are paying 3 star prices and expecting 5 star service. Read Less
Sail Date February 2017
Contrary to some of the negative reviews we had a very good experience aboard The Majesty. The check in procedure at the port was a bit tiresome with a long queue. Once you got to the desk everything was fine. After identifying cases ... Read More
Contrary to some of the negative reviews we had a very good experience aboard The Majesty. The check in procedure at the port was a bit tiresome with a long queue. Once you got to the desk everything was fine. After identifying cases at the side of the ship everyone had to queue again to board. When travelling with P&O we didn't have to collect our luggage at the airport and didn't see it until it arrived at our cabin. Thomson might want to consider this. We had booked an outside plus and were allocated a cabin on deck 3 near the back (aft?) of the ship. The cabin was adequate for us and we had room at either side of the bed and could put our suitcases under the bed. There was ample storage and hangers. The bathroom was small but there was plenty hot water with a powerful shower, however sometimes the water would run over the lip of the shower basin and the floor of the bathroom would be a bit wet for a short while. Not a major problem though. We didn't really notice the engine noise apart from one night where my husband was a bit disturbed. The ship,itself is a bit tired and dated in places but the staff kept it very clean. We had a few nights at the beginning of the cruise that were very rough. One night the glasses on the dinner table all fell over. Some people suffered a bit from seasickness although we were fine. Cabin stewards kept the cabin clean and tidy. Food on the cruise was fairly good. We felt that there was a little less choice in the buffet than previously but we enjoyed what was there. The food in the waiter service restaurant was also good although I was a bit aggrieved to see they had supplements for steaks and prawn skewers. We have been on several cruises with Thomson and other lines and have never seen supplements in the main dining room before. We did not try the Bistro so can't comment on that. The only disappointment was the 'Late Buffet.' On previous Thomson cruises we have always been able to eat into the small hours, however this time the food stopped at 1am. This was before some of the late night venues closed. We have been on several P&O cruises and I have always intimated on their feedback that the late night food on Thomsons is better - not this time though! Hopefully this is not a change over all the Thomson ships. We had the standard drinks package and were happy with the the choice of drinks. My husband enjoyed the red wine and I was happy with the various cocktails, spiirts and lager. Staff on board the ship were all lovely, always a good morning/afternoon etc around the ship. We did engage with the reception staff a few times and they were very helpful,and polite. The waiting staff in the buffet and the main dining room were efficient and cheerful. The bar staff were always around to take drink orders and were very friendly and helpful. I must mention all the staff in the coffee bar and the Polo club bar who were especially nice. Special mention to Grace and Tata. I saw no sign of bickering or unpleasantness within the staff as mentioned in a previous review. We felt the daytime entertainment could be improved although we did only have one day at sea. The evening entertainment was very good with a variety of choices. We enjoyed the various shows in the main entertainment venue as well as the quizes, game shows and other musicians/singers around the ship. We were always able to find a seat and the waiting staff were very good negotiating around the many chairs and people to serve the drinks in the show lounges. Only small niggle was when I went to participate in a game of table tennis- there was no engagement with the staff member who was sitting with some younger cruisers. Myself and a few other adults left without playing although this had not been advertised as a 'teen' activity. We did 3 excursions which we thoroughly enjoyed. (Taste of Madeira, Fantasia and Souk in Agadir and Firemountain in Lanzarote). We could have done the Madeira activities ourselves for much cheaper. The wine tasting was really just a visit to a lace shop where we also tasted the Madeira wine. The lace was very expensive and not my taste.The last stop on the trip was at the botanic gardens - the guide tried very hard but at this time of year there was not much to see! We also had to pay extra to come down the hill in the wicker baskets (great fun)!! Much cheaper to take the cable car yourself. The Fantasia/souk trip was fun and worthwhile. We also did a bit of exploring ourselves in Agadir -taxi to and from the beach in the morning. The Firemountain trip in Lanzarote was excellent and well worth it. Overall we had a lovely time and would probably cruise with Thomson again if the itinerary and price was right. Read Less
Sail Date February 2017
First time cruisers, chose Thompson Majesty for all round package. Lovely ship with 1st class staff, from arrival to departure, everyone was really friendly & helpful. Stewards worked non stop to ensure a spotless ship from top to ... Read More
First time cruisers, chose Thompson Majesty for all round package. Lovely ship with 1st class staff, from arrival to departure, everyone was really friendly & helpful. Stewards worked non stop to ensure a spotless ship from top to bottom, housekeeping was also first class, with cabins cleaned top to toe. Entertainment was excellent, with superb solo & group performances daily. Food on hand almost all day & night, good quality & plenty of it. Drinks were reasonably priced. Only downside to an otherwise excellent holiday was the lack of WIFI for the one long day at sea, I understand we were at sea but WIFI package was available to buy & at best service was sporadic. I think as money spent it should be included in price & upgraded. Our cabin was on the 8th floor, ship was as quiet as you could expect a ship to be, very slight swell was actually very relaxing during travel, which was mostly through the night. Read Less
Sail Date February 2017
Our second Thompson cruise, and I am very surprised by some of the reviews, this was not a 5star hotel, but we did not pay for a 5 star hotel. Registration was efficient, cabin was very small but we could have paid for a bigger one, meals ... Read More
Our second Thompson cruise, and I am very surprised by some of the reviews, this was not a 5star hotel, but we did not pay for a 5 star hotel. Registration was efficient, cabin was very small but we could have paid for a bigger one, meals in the different restaurants were good, not excellent but absolutely fine, staff were excellent , couldn't do enough for you, loved the entertainment, in the main lounge and also various other bars! Did wish for a bigger pool area, saw some lovely places too. I agree with some comments that it was hard to understand many announcements, also chatting to other passengers it was obvious that people had paid vastly different prices for the same thing which was very annoying, particularly for the drinks package. Overall, this was excellent value for money , so in my opinion, you have to take this into consideration when evaluating the cruise, We would definitely do this again at this price. Read Less
Sail Date January 2017
Went to travel agents looking for a good deal & certainly got one, £1,400 for 2 people, this included our seats booked on plane and a pre-booked mid ship outside cabin on deck 4. After booking and reading reviews, very apprehensive. ... Read More
Went to travel agents looking for a good deal & certainly got one, £1,400 for 2 people, this included our seats booked on plane and a pre-booked mid ship outside cabin on deck 4. After booking and reading reviews, very apprehensive. Our cabin was small, and kept clean and tidy by lovely friendly staff, could have done with a bathroom cabinet, but no big deal that there wasn't one. Kettle, tea and coffee in cabin which was really nice, topped up every day. We found the entertainment to be first rate, enjoyed all the shows, we don't like comedians so didn't go. We tried all the restaurants, all good, but don't expect cordon blue, the posh one has a charge of £20 per person, but was worth it as a special treat. Loved the freshly made omelettes for breakfast plenty of fresh fruit to chose from, if still peckish after breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner, there was was food served 11.30 pm in what we called the cafe. Every member of staff helpful and friendly. In fact we enjoyed this cruise so much we have planned another next month on Spirit, hope it's as good as Majesty. My only grouse is the cost of trips, but all holiday companies are the same. I think the shuttle bus should be free not £5 each, and having to pay £15 for a safe seem a bit mean. OK the ship is old and showing a bit of wear, but if you want a big fancy ship go elsewhere and pay double the price. Read Less
Sail Date January 2017
Arrived at the Majesty for our Canaries cruise with some trepidation after reading so many negative reviews on here. We were delighted to find that most were at worst wrong and at best exaggerated. Our cabin was sufficiently spacious with ... Read More
Arrived at the Majesty for our Canaries cruise with some trepidation after reading so many negative reviews on here. We were delighted to find that most were at worst wrong and at best exaggerated. Our cabin was sufficiently spacious with picture window and sea view( though we were lucky to be between lifeboats on deck 8).True, the grouting in the shower was clumsy but this was not likely to affect our enjoyment of the holiday. Everywhere was immaculately clean and all the staff delightful. Waiter service restaurants served hot well presented 4 course meals. Food was good even if not the quality we found on P and O and Celebrity, but then we hadn't paid anything like as much. Our only complaint was the fee to use the cabin safe. Would make sense for this facility to be free. Everything was very well organised. We had a great time. We would certainly do this cruise again. Read Less
Sail Date January 2017
We decided to take a 14 day winter break to the Canary Islands. We left from Bristol after a slight delay and arrived in Las Palmas about 8:00pm. The Thomson staff at the airport were helpful and getting on to Blue No 2 bus was very ... Read More
We decided to take a 14 day winter break to the Canary Islands. We left from Bristol after a slight delay and arrived in Las Palmas about 8:00pm. The Thomson staff at the airport were helpful and getting on to Blue No 2 bus was very straightforward. We were spoken to on the bus and everything explained clearly. A quick bus journey approx 40 mins got us to the ship. Embarking the ship was a very quick and seamless process. Our cabins were clean and adequate, not a great deal of space but we didn't plan on spending much time in them. Beds were comfortable. The signage on the ship made it easy to get around and difficult to get lost. The ship itself is generally in very good condition despite reviews saying otherwise. Wherever you were it was always clean and felt homely. It didn't have the glitz and razz-i-matzz of the newer ships but was friendly and charming. The food was as you would imagine plentiful and there was good choice. We ate at the San Marcco buffet style restaurant about half the time and a la carte the reaming time. The waiters in the a la carte were extremely friendly and could never do enough for you. The food was hot and very enjoyable. No issues at all. We also had one meal at the "pay extra restaurant" which was a top quality meal but i don't think I would do again. Entertainment ranged from excellent to not great. The visiting cabarets were good and some of the show team events were excellient. Some however we didn't feel connected with the audience, The Rocky horror Show being one of these. However the hard work, professionalism and commitment of all of the show team and the cruise Director cannot be faulted. The other ships entertainment such as daily game shows and bingo etc were as you would imagine a bit of fun which all made the days more enjoyable. There were a good variety of bars which pretty much catered for everyone, pianist, guitarist, easy listening, Quizzy type bar, Show bar etc. Prices were pretty much same as home pub prices or slightly cheaper (depending on where you live) It wasn't the great cruise as the weather was hit and miss with only 2 days of sunshine. However this didn't stop us having a really good time. Ports were enjoyable with different things to enjoy on most with Morocco being the star of the week followed by Lanzarote. Do not miss either of these. On Morocco we did a taxi trip with Hassan which was 80 euro in total for 4 of us for an all day trip and a ships trip to Fire Mountain. Don't miss either... So all in all nothing at all to complain about but much to praise. All ships crew were friendly and helpful when you ever needed anything. Would we travel on Majesty again....definitely. Read Less
Sail Date January 2017
needed a break in cold january so as it was our Golden Wedding Anniversary! we decided on a weeks cruise and stay to celebrate. The cruise was wonderful if a little windy Our cabin was lovely food well served and delicious, The staff in ... Read More
needed a break in cold january so as it was our Golden Wedding Anniversary! we decided on a weeks cruise and stay to celebrate. The cruise was wonderful if a little windy Our cabin was lovely food well served and delicious, The staff in all areas were polite and very friendly! Lounges were very comfortable and entertainment good. I only had one gripe..we did inform our travel agent (Barrhead) that it was a special anniversary whilst onboard but no mention was made of this on ship! We paid for special meal, flowers and wine in The Bistro on the evening but a bottle of wine from Thomsons would have been nice to acknowledge our special day!! Nearing the end of the meal the waiter did ask about the flowers on our table and when we told him what they were for he and 2 other waiters did come and play a guitar and sing to us. Read Less
Sail Date January 2017
We chose this cruise to experience getting away for Christmas the cruise it's self was great the service the food and entertainment cannot fault it .the service at the arrival and departure airport was sadly lacking no indication of ... Read More
We chose this cruise to experience getting away for Christmas the cruise it's self was great the service the food and entertainment cannot fault it .the service at the arrival and departure airport was sadly lacking no indication of where to collect your luggage on arrival which was caios and departure was worse once you are on the coach to leave the ship there was nothing you get to airport nothing to tell you where to go absolute bedlam then same when you get through to find departure gate we were delayed by the fog Which was not Thompson fault but would have been nice to have been informed what was going on think they need to upt their customer service at the airport's.apart from that it was very enjoyable open dining was great as you get to meet a different range of people would certainly do another maybe somewhere a bit warmer overall the Christmas experience was great Read Less
Sail Date December 2016
So lets discuss the things that you are really interested in? As you would expect the basis in which you live is no different to that in any hotel the more you pay the better room you live in, now this is not to say that there is no ... Read More
So lets discuss the things that you are really interested in? As you would expect the basis in which you live is no different to that in any hotel the more you pay the better room you live in, now this is not to say that there is no different from a hotel as of course there is, The real estate if I can call it that is different, so what do you get? Well I think firstly I have to point out that it is luxury-catered holidays so don’t expect to have different degrees of service. Each individual is treated the same regardless of stature, now from a professional point of view what this means is the little things, the attention to detail is everything with very little is left to chance. This can be witnessed from the expectation management of the team, from the boarding process right down to the service of dinner. Now I think it is important to say at this point if you want to be a little self sufficient that is possible with the ability to go to the bar rather then waiter service, or eat in a buffet style dinner where you sit down and approach the servery, helping yourself to a wide range of different choices each day. Accommodation: well the best description I can give you is a five star holiday with three star accommodations, practical but lacking in the luxury of the rest of the ship. So as I mentioned accommodation is based primarily on how much you are willing to spend, for our first cruise we elected for a outside plus cabin this meant that it is slightly bigger then the basic room and more importantly it comes with an widow to the outside. For all of you that picture a porthole in the wall this is not true. It is a large window about 1m in length and 0.5m in height giving you a good view of the sea, or of the port you are docked in; however I must point out sometimes this can be a concrete dock wall, or a building site. The overall cleanliness of the room was very good it was clear to see that the maids took pride in their work and cleaned daily. Facilities: in the room you do get a TV with small selection of channels, news, 2 film channels and 2 entertainment channels. There is a hairdryer in the draw and although not the best, my wife informs me that it does the job. There is a small kettle a few cups and twice daily refills of tea and coffee. The bedding was fresh and every 3 days was replaced. So let me move on to a few of the more negatives for a moment, but please let me express this is only from our experience, this is not to say everyone was in the same situation, for a moment there are two single beds pushed together within the cabin situated in the middle of the room, unfortunately in the cabin we are situated in this meant with the other furnishings within the room, the gap to get to one side of the bed required me to step over the bottom corner of the bed, a little irritating but nothing to get excited about. Ok so you may have noticed I have not commented on the bathroom yet, now although everything in the bathroom is reasonable well situated and meets all basic requirements the biggest thing is there is a reasonably high step to get in to the bathroom and once in don’t expect to be swinging any cats, something after enjoying yourself of an evening, or after waking up first thing in the morning you can quite easily trip over. Words of advice, due to the limited plug sockets in you room bring a adapter and a extension block. Dinning: Where to start! The truth is the food has been really good; there are 5 restaurants on the majesty 2 buffet style restaurants, 2 waiter service restaurants serving 4 course menus each evening, and a fine dining restaurant with a 6-course menu (at an extra cost of £20per head). In all of the restaurants there have been at least 4 main choices to choose from on the menu with the addition of 5 enhanced options (varying types of steaks, lobster etc.) the service is in no means slow in any of the facilities with you plates taken almost as you finish the last mouthful of food. The presentation of food was exceptional and was not lacking in taste. Now I should at this point mention the difference between going to a restaurant and eating on a cruise ship. As you enter the dining room you are greeted by a matra dee, where you are escorted to a table with other diners sitting in down on average as two or three couples/ families where you can engage in conversation with strangers over your meal, not an unpleasant situation but please be aware if you want something a little more intimate you must request a table with the right amount of place setting to meet your needs. From our personal experience we have engaged in some scintillating conversations with people from all walks of life. Each meal is an occasion on the ship, what I mean by this is if you want a quick meal go to the buffet, other wise expect at least a hour over a meal in any of the restaurants. Entertainment: So if your anything like me you are sceptical about all entertainment on holidays, let me put your mind at rest. The entertainment team are utter professionals and I did not feel like I was in anyway part of a kids clubs. Thompson does not employ them themselves but from an outside agency that auditions for every role within the team. From a personal perspective we met the most genuine of host in a entertainment rep by the name of Jack Townsend, although only 25 he had a maturity that spoke volumes and would go out of his way to spend not only his employed time but his own time in conversation with us, only adding to the enjoyment of our holiday. There has been a wide array of different types of entertainment from well-planned quizzes to what I can only describe as cabaret and shows that you would expect in your local theatre. Comedy acts that had the crowd crying over the course of a few hours, and these are topped off with some very talented singers. If you not the type to sit and watch any of the above there is a lounge with a piano and vocalist playing as you sip a cocktail or after dinner coffee. Shopping: there is a small promenade of shops on the ships, they sell a verity of items but the bulk being fragrances for him and her, watches, jewellery and duty free items, I should point out there is a small selection of items you may have forgotten before you left home. Please bear in mind these items are all expensive branded items, which come at a high price. Staff: Every member of staff that we have met have been friendly and engaging always willing to help in anyway they can, although trying to get them to not call you sir is hard work. Ship Facilities: Getting about there is 3 banks of lifts and stairs located Port (front of the shift) Aft (rear of the ship) and in the middle. The lifts can accommodated 6- 8 people comfortable. There is a lot a facility on the ship and I am not going to go in to too much detail, as you will see these advertised in the brochure before you book you cruise. But I will say there is plenty of seating area (not all outside) where you can enjoy relaxing, a games room, casino and numerous bars/ cafés to relax in. there is also a spa that does haircutting and styling, massage and other more exotic treatments. Wifi: Ok I know this is a big question for some of you, so let me lay it down honestly for you, its slow expensive and only works in limited areas of the ship. Breakdowns of cost are: 1 week is £49 with 1000mb of data; if you go over this you will pay more. 3 days for £25 1 hour for £8 If you work on this as a break from you phone then you wont go far wrong. You can as you travel from location to location picking up mobile signal and using your phones data plans should you require, although this is expensive. When departing the ship at various destinations most cafes and bars do provide free wifi. Information services: There is a bank of receptions mid ship where you can get any information and book any executions you should wish to participate in. along with special request on the ship. Age: Ok so as a couple in the mid to late thirties, we were hoping to see some like minded couples are own age, the truth is they are few and far between maybe one couple in every 30 couples are under the age of 50, now please don’t get me wrong everyone we have met are pleasant and friendly, but the cruise is geared towards the slightly more mature among us. Don’t let this put you off cruising, as the whole experience has been very good, I just want to give you the realism of the situation. We have see a few families of mixed age groups who seem to take this as opportunity spend time together where no one person has to do any work, and at the same time do different things during the day and meet up in the evening for dinner and drinks. Price: The cost of cruising was not excessive when you compare it to a holiday in the same area of the world. And when you factor in all the entertainment that is provided, along with the fact you don’t have to pack your suitcase each time you move to different location it defiantly has its appeals. Its not the cheapest holiday you will find but you wont find a 5 star hotel in that many different ports that will come close to the priced including transfers. Dress code: So smart casual is the way to look at this, gents make sure you pack a tie for the formal night as people do come prepared for this with tuxedos and bowties, during the rest of the evening trousers for the dinning rooms or tailored shorts. If you prefer a more relaxed approach the buffet style restaurants are more than happy with jean and a smart t-shirt or polo shirt. For the entertainment in the evening as long as you are smart no one would bat an eyelid to a smart pair of jeans. Ladies elegant and casual is all I can suggest a dress or equivalent for the formal night and ensure you have something to cover your shoulders of an evening, as it can be quite cool as it gets later on. All Inclusive (drinks package): I have left this subject till the end as it has been the one thing I was most disappointed with, as with any holiday all inclusive you will pay extra for some premium spirits and cocktails although Smirnoff and Gordon’s are included. One thing to remember is your drinks package does not start until 10am so if you want coffee in any of the bars or cafes you will have to pay extra (these are free from the restaurants still) In this instance there are quite a few things that are not included though, most cocktails all bar snacks, ice cream on deck (£1.50 a scoop) and bottled water (£1.90 for 1.5l) are just a few things you will pay extra for, room service you pay extra for although with other cruise liners this is not the case. House wine by the glass is included but nothing more. The one thing to take from this area is be prepared to pay for those creature comforts, and if you on a budget make sure you read the menu and receipts you receive so you know what you are spending. Disabled access: if you do find yourself with any disabilities the ships crew and the layout of the ship does compensate for this, allowing access to all areas, with the minimal amount of disruption. Destinations & Locations: Something to factor in when you cruising are defiantly where you going and what you will be doing whilst not on the boat. At all locations we docked at we have been able to get off and just walk around the port, please “bear” in mind some mooring locations require a bus to the local port/ town at approximately £5per person, And the mooring location can be quite a way from any where you want to be. We did book on to a submarine excursion but unfortunately it was cancelled, although disappointing the worst thing about this was we were only informed the night before so there were very little spaces on any other excursions to book on too. Overall: has been a great holiday with very few niggles, everyone is friendly and we would recommend it to any one who want to relax with a bit of comfort, the movement of the ship is only noticeable if it is choppy, the lower down and the closer to the middle you are the less you notice it (bear this in mind when booking your cabin). The entertainment is very good and dinner is a real affair. So good luck to you all and hope you enjoy your first cruise, as we will defiantly be doing it again. Read Less
Sail Date December 2016
We were impressed with the ship, it was old but clean and fresh, cabin small but adequate. Food was excellent, entertainment great, service and crew was fantastic. Ports of call we visited were interesting and overall had a good time. ... Read More
We were impressed with the ship, it was old but clean and fresh, cabin small but adequate. Food was excellent, entertainment great, service and crew was fantastic. Ports of call we visited were interesting and overall had a good time. HOWEVER ship broke down three hours after leaving Livorno which meant we were floating mid ocean with engine shut down and had to be towed back to port. We spent one and a half days moored up till it was finally fixed. This resulted in missing out 2 ports of call and having to sail 24 hours to make our last port of call at Barcelona. Don't think compensation enough at £160 each for disappointment. How is this worked out? Also a lot of confusion on last day with people queuing at reception to get their refund in cash after being told it was going to be refunded to card. Read Less
Sail Date October 2016
Like others we read the reviews for the previous couple of months, which were a mixture of good and bad, and were a bit apprehensive. However we need not have worried. Yes a few bits of the ship were showing signs of age but all the ... Read More
Like others we read the reviews for the previous couple of months, which were a mixture of good and bad, and were a bit apprehensive. However we need not have worried. Yes a few bits of the ship were showing signs of age but all the facilities were fine. Our main gripe with the cabin...and others take note...was that it was above the Jubilee Lounge and there was no sound insulation ! We would have expected it to be a bit noisy for the evening's shows but the last show often started at 23.45 ! Thompson must know about this problem but there was no warning. In future we would pay the extra to book a cabin after studying the deck plan !We enjoyed the shows and thought the entertainers were excellent. The entertainers were very accomplished and well rehearsed. Martyn Daniels was also excellent.Entertainment and activities during the day were not really to our taste but as the ship was only a sea for one of the days this was not a problem. On the whole the food was excellent. Agree that sometimes the buffet on Deck 10 could be a bit lukewarm but I did like the fact that there was always plenty of fresh fruit and cheese. The food in the two restaurants was excellent. I am vegetarian and there was always a veggie option.One evening I had 2 starters and a salad as a main as I wasn't keen on the main course. The staff were all very helpful. Not sure I liked the 'Oscars' style of performance management at the end of the cruise though. We couldn't fault any of them. Read Less
Sail Date October 2016
We have just arrived home from a weeks cruise aboard the Thomson Majesty, It was our first ever cruise so we can't compare it to other ships, but our experience was nothing but a delight. Ok there were one or two things that were ... Read More
We have just arrived home from a weeks cruise aboard the Thomson Majesty, It was our first ever cruise so we can't compare it to other ships, but our experience was nothing but a delight. Ok there were one or two things that were disappointing so lets get those out the way, we stayed in an outside cabin on Deck 3 and to say it was small is an understatement, it was built for one person not two, saying that, i am quite a tall, stocky fella which didn't help, but a cabin is to sleep in so it was no big deal, the other gripe we had was the self service buffet on Deck 10, more often than not the food was lukewarm at best, but there are other places to eat and we tended to use the Seven Seas restaurant on Deck 5 most of the time, the food and service there were excellent every time. The good points on board far outweigh the bad ones though, the staff are fantastic and made our holiday, nothing was too much trouble for them, the entertainment was superb especially the night time shows, the guys and girls were brilliant every night, the trips we went on eg. Rome (even though it was a lot of walking), Sicily, Sorrento were fantastic and worth every penny. Overall we were delighted with the whole experience, so much so that we have already booked another cruise for next year, thanks for the memories. Read Less
Sail Date October 2016
Celestyal Majesty Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 3.0 3.3
Dining 3.0 3.6
Entertainment 3.0 4.1
Public Rooms 3.0 3.8
Fitness Recreation 3.0 3.3
Family 5.0 3.3
Shore Excursion 4.0 3.5
Enrichment 4.0 3.3
Service 5.0 4.2
Value For Money 5.0 3.6
Rates 5.0 3.7

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