Majesty of the Seas Review


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Introduced in 1992, Majesty of the Seas now sails three- and four-night getaway cruises from Miami. Three-night sailings visit Nassau, Bahamas, and Royal Caribbean’s private island; four-night cruises add Key West to the itinerary.

Precursor of vessels to come, Sovereign of the Seas, which no longer sails in the Royal Caribbean fleet, was the largest cruise ship afloat when it was introduced in 1988. Two sister ships followed, but only Majesty of the Seas remains. Majesty has received major refurbishments, with the addition of a Miami Beach–style Latin club and a Johnny Rockets diner. Other improvements include an expanded spa and enlarged areas for children and teens. Balconies were also added to Junior suites.

The futuristic atrium, combined with the abundant use of marble and gleaming metal, virtually assured the Sovereign-class ships design longevity. The addition of rock-climbing walls and other features found on subsequent Royal Caribbean vessels, plus sparkling new interior colors, belie Majesty of the Seas’ age.

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