Majesty of the Seas – Royal Caribbean
This ship had its maiden voyage on April 26, 1992 and has since had two renovations. The first renovation was in May 2003 where it was outfitted with an alternative evening dining option, a rock climbing wall, and an Internet center. And in 2007, the pool deck was remodeled, the Spa & Fitness Center facilities were expanded, and the staterooms received luxurious bedding and flat-screen televisions.
Once considered a large ship, it is now small in comparison to other cruise ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet. With a passenger capacity of 2,744, it is primarily used for short trips to the Bahamas and Keywest. Also on board is a Johnny Rockets' 50s-style restaurant, Sorrento's Pizza, Latté-tudesSM coffee house featuring Seattle's Best Coffee®, Casino RoyaleSM, themed bars and lounges including Boleros Latin lounge, 2 whirlpools, 2 outdoor pools, Adventure Ocean® youth facilities, and an open-air basketball court.
For those new to cruising, or just looking for a short get away, the Majesty of the Seas is a perfect choice for the whole family. While you will see people of all ages, the typical demographics includes couples on a honeymoon, celebrating anniversaries, or just getting away from their kids for a few days.
The entertainment on board is average and as expected for a cruise, featuring belly flop contestes, comedians, and Las Vegas style shows, just to name a few. For the number of people year around, the ship is surprising clean. The service is great and staff works hard to keep everyone happy. And lastly, even the pickiest eater will find something that will satisfy their appetite.