Majesty of the Seas Entertainment & Activities
Day & Night
Activities offered throughout the day might include trivia in the Schooner Bar, beanbag toss tournaments, giant Jenga, poolside dancing, wine tasting, bingo (with cash prizes), dance classes, poolside movies (on a giant film screen), volleyball tournaments and a "world's strongest man" contest.
- Daytime schedules are busy with trivia, poolside games, wine tasting, dance classes and more
- Bars are a big part of the fun on Majesty and are packed night and day
- Busy casino with table games, slot machines and numerous tournaments
There are a couple of shows or events each night in the main theater, which are a mix of adult and family comedy, a Love & Marriage show and on the final night, a 1970s-themed revue-type production. The best views are from the theater's middle seats on both levels (Decks 5 and 7), while those toward the back are raised and more private, banquette style, with their own round table.
You'll find lots of live music around the ship, including in the main atrium (Centrum), on the main pool deck and in all the inside bars. There is also nightly karaoke -- either in Spectrum or in the main atrium -- with a live band, after dinner.
There is a pool party once per sailing, which starts at 11 p.m. and goes on till very late.
Majesty of the Seas Bars and Lounges
Majesty of the Seas sails short cruises so passengers maximize their drinking time, packing all the bars at most times of day or night.
Schooner Bar (Deck 5): Nautical memorabilia line the walls at the Schooner Bar, interspersed with large TVs for screening sports, giving it a relaxed, welcoming vibe. It was probably our favorite hangout space on the ship, despite the fact it gets busy for pre- and post-dinner drinks. Each night, a piano player takes requests and belts out sing-along hits until the early hours.
Boleros (Deck 7): Boleros has a distinctly Latin feel, and once the house band starts playing, with mojitos and caipirinhas flowing, the joint comes alive.
Spectrum (Deck 8): Spectrum is as close to a club as Majesty gets, with a large dance floor, DJs at one end, a bar at the other and plenty of seating all round -- not that you'll be sitting. Theme nights (such as 1980s music or disco) blend into other activities in the area, including singles meet-ups, nightly game shows and karaoke.
Viking Crown Lounge (Deck 14): A staple on Royal Caribbean ships, this somewhat outdated lounge guarantees a great bird's-eye view of the pool deck and surrounding sea. It's sometimes closed for private events but when it's open, it's one of the quietest places on the ship, making it a great spot if you're looking to get away from the crowd.
- Outdoor fun includes a kids' splash area and a rock climbing wall
Majesty of the Seas has two pools on the main pool deck, one for adults and one for children. There are also four hot tubs and plenty of loungers for lying about. There's even more space one deck up overlooking the pool.
Splashaway Bay is a kids' splash pool area with a tiny slide, a tunnel slide, water cannons, a drench bucket and lots of brightly colored fixtures on which to climb and hid.
Lifeguards are present throughout the day.
At the back of the ship, you'll find a rock climbing wall that is 35 feet tall, while the nearby sports deck is used for soccer shootouts and basketball games. You'll also find table tennis in select spots.
Majesty of the Seas Services
- Future cruise sales
- Internet cafe/shipwide Wi-Fi (find Royal Caribbean's prices here)
- Shops: Royal Caribbean-branded items; generic and designer watches, jewelry, accessories and clothing; perfume; duty-free alcohol and cigarettes; snacks and essentials
- Photo gallery and camera shop
- Conference center
- Medical center