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.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Julie 39 1 Bahamas36 users found this review helpful.
This was my first cruise experience. Boarding was a little intimidating....It kinda felt like we were being herded through as cattle. However, everyone was very nice except for the gentleman at...read more
sabrina 42 1 Bahamas107 users found this review helpful.
Don't believe any poor comments you read of this cruise! The cruise was excellent. The staff was incredible, the food was wonderful, and the entire enviornment was focused on the passengers...read more
LaVena 25 1 Monarch15 users found this review helpful.
Overall, it being my first cruise, it was "okay." The food could have been better. Not a good selection on the buffet. It was the same food everyday... :( The managers were very mean to...read more
Erin 32 3 Bahamas14 users found this review helpful.
I was not impressed with this cruise. The ship is outdated and is not up to standard with current cruise lines. The decor is old and not clean looking. (bathroom furnishings had cracks and shower...read more
Shelley Frank 51 1 Bahamas20 users found this review helpful.
The cruise was good for the money and the duration. I would prefer a bigger, newer ship with a balcony for the next cruise. We did a spa treatment but felt pushed into purchasing the spa products...read more
trevor giordano 30 3 Bahamas86 users found this review helpful.
This was my 3rd cruise, but the first for my wife. I chose this cruise because it was not too short and not to long. I wanted my wife to get a feel for cruising. Since she had nothing to compare...read more
Fred Smith 50 1 Bahamas34 users found this review helpful.
Our first cruise celebrating our 20th anniversary was a wonderful experience. Okay, the weather was a bit cool on the first couple days, but the ship, staff, and overall experience could not have...read more
Kim 46 6 Caribbean110 users found this review helpful.
I have enjoyed cruising on Princess, Carnival and Royal and consider it my favorite way to vacation for the value and experiences. I go with my husband, son, and friends when opportunities present...read more
Brian 35 1 Bahamas288 users found this review helpful.
My family and I have just returned from Monarch of the Seas. We departed Port Canaveral November 30, 2009 and sailed for 4 nights to Coco Cay and Nassau. My wife and I shared an inside cabin with...read more
William Dinwiddie 50 5 Nassau47 users found this review helpful.
This cruise was good and bad. Our cabin was small but well organized and kept well. The entertainment was OK. The food was about like a college cafeteria with a few exceptions. It was fresh but...read more