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 Monarch of the Seas

Monarch of the Seas has been retired and is no longer in service

The second Sovereign-class super-liner for for Royal Caribbean International, Monarch of the Seas entered service in 1991. In contrast to its older sister Sovereign of the Seas, this vessel features a number of balcony cabins. Monarch of the Seas now offers short cruises out of Port Everglades, year-round.

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Shore Excursions

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Nathan 44 3 Nassau and Cococay Bahamas

    We found a great deal on a 3 night cruise. This was our third cruise on RC. We were a little nervous as MOS is an older ship and we had been on newer Freedom class vessels previously. After more

    143 users found this review helpful.
  • Kattey 14 2 spring break

    It was our first time cruising as a family. We were heading to the Bahamas on the Monarch of the Seas. It was fun but the quality could have been better. Most of the activities were overlapped more

    29 users found this review helpful.
  • andrea 28 10 Bahamas

    This was by far the worst cruise we have ever been on. There was a sewage problem the entire cruise, you could hear the sewage bubbling up in the shower and the smell was horrible. The food more

    35 users found this review helpful.
  • JFM 46 4 Bahamas

    The room was way to small, The ocean view overlooked the walkway & Railing. The food was not very good. The ship seemed way to full. and very Rowdy. The dining room experience was awful not more

    7 users found this review helpful.
  • Erik 40 2 Bahamas

    This cruise was the second one for myself and my wife. We intend to bring the kids next time. As some of the other people who posted comments on this site have stated, I would also agree that more

    67 users found this review helpful.
  • Lila 16 1 Bahamas

    I'm a 16 year old girl who went with my family and extended family on this cruise. I just wanted to write a review for all the other kids going on this cruise. We took the 3-night one which was more

    76 users found this review helpful.
  • Stacey 26 1 Catalina Island

    This was our first cruise ever, it was part of our honeymoon. We spent 4 nights on the ship and generally had a good time. The food was ok, but I didn't cruise for the food. We didn't more

    20 users found this review helpful.
  • michelle 30 2 cocoa cay and bahamas

    This was my second cruise but my first on royal carribean. I can tell you that it will be my last cruise on royal carribean. My overall experience was not enjoyable at all. My first cruise was more

    43 users found this review helpful.
  • Nancy 45 4 Bahamas

    Overall, great trip for the price! I wouldn't advise it for families with kids between 11 - 14, absolutely nothing available for this age group:( We cruised 6 weeks earlier on the same ship more

    36 users found this review helpful.
  • Barry 45 12 Nassau

    The cruise was good. Staff was friendly and helpful. The Monarch of the Seas is looking it's age. We had our toilet break twice on the cruise, they came right out and fixed it. The food in more

    17 users found this review helpful.
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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Royal Caribbean Int.
  • Capacity (double occupancy):2354
  • Builder:Chantiers de l'Atlantique
  • Full Capacity:2744
  • Inaugurated:1991
  • Space Ratio:31.4 / 26.9
  • Gross Tonnage:73,937gt
  • Crew:820
  • Length:880 ft. / 268 m