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Chantal

Age: 29

Occupation:Healthcare

Number of Cruises: 1

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean

Ship: Majesty of the Seas

Sailing Date: 2009-03-23

Itinerary: Nassau-Coco-Cay-KeyWest

Best trip ever! We had booked an air/sea package so we didn't have to bother with planning. Upon arrival in Fort Lauderdale we were greeted by a RCCL representative who put us on a bus to Miami. The check-in was fast and within an hour we were poolside enjoying the sun. We purchased a soda package for $6/day and got a souvenir mug. Our luggage was delivered to our room by 4pm and we changed and headed for the moonlight dining room. Our waiter was very friendly and the food was good, a little bland, but much better then anything we have tasted on our many trips to an all-inclusive. The cruise director, Ricky, is hilarious and the entertainer that night was a standup comic who was very funny. Nassau was great and we shopped the Straw Market early so it wasn't too hot. We got got nice souvenirs and went back to the ship for lunch. The Windjammer buffet offers excellent food and plenty of seating. We rented a scooter to tour Nassau in pm and it was great. The Atlantis resort is worth the detour. That evening we skipped the Captains' dinner and ate at Johnny Rockets. It was one of the best burgers I've ever had! We toured the ship that night and went to the show which was ok. We ordered room service for breakfast the next day(which was good) and went to the gym. The gym is nice and the view is awesome. As the ship cannot dock in CocoCay we had to be taken by tenders. The line seemed scary going up two stories but once a boat arrived it cleared up quickly, as it can fit around 400 people. The island is beautiful. We snorkeled (we had to rent a vest as the waves were strong) and saw nice fish ans starfish. The food was included on the island and consisted of a bbq style lunch with burgers, hot dogs, ribs, corn, wings, etc. That evening we participated in a game called the Quest. The game is for adults only and you MUST attend...it is the funniest thing ever! Throughout the week we took many of the dance classes offered and had a blast at the Boleros Lounge.

Key West was beautiful and we explored the city on foot. Our last dinner was good and the show was excellent. We did not book excursions at any of the ports, we just explored on our own and had a blast. The ship was very clean, our room( inside room deck 2) was well kept and big enough, as we only slept and napped there. Our only comlpaint was that we could never get in the hot tubs because they were always full of kids and the rules were not applied. Other than that our vacation on the Majesty was phenomenal and we will definitely cruise again with RCL.

Very good, especially at Johnny Rockets and the Windjammer Cafe.

Super clean thanks to our stateroom attendant Frankie.

A wide variety and very entertaining. The belly flop contest was very funny, as well as the Quest and the name that movie tune trivia.

Do go to the Atlantis resort.

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