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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Royal Caribbean International Monarch of the Seas Cruise Review Baja, Mexico Jennifer DeVoll Just returned from our cruise and like many others I read as many reviews as...read more
Royal Caribbean International Monarch of the Seas Cruise Review Baja Mexico Peggy Otter First I want to say this was not my first cruise. I sailed the western caribbean...read more
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Royal Caribbean International Monarch of the Seas Cruise Review Baja, Mexico Ray My wife and I had been thinking of taking this cruise for years. We’ve heard such good...read more
Royal Caribbean LineRoyal Caribbean Monarch the Seas ReviewBaja, MexicoErv, Shari and Brittany 45 1 NOT FOUND
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Royal Caribbean Monarch of the Seas Cruise Review Baja, Mexico Erv , Shari and Brittany Never being the one to be outscored, outdone or...read more
Karen 46 1 Baja Mexico1 users found this review helpful.
Since this was my very first cruise, I have nothing to compare it to. I had never really had any interest in taking a cruise, but when my college girl friends came up with the idea to do a...read more
JIM C. 35 5 Baja California3 users found this review helpful.
FIRST OF ALL, WE MUST KEEP IN MIND THAT “YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR” WAS THIS A NICE CRUISE YES! WAS IT THE BEST NO! I PUT A GROUP TOGETHER OF 22 PEOPLE AND EVERYONE PRETTY MUCH HAD A...read more
Royal Caribbean International Monarch of the Seas Cruise Review Baja, Mexico El Aliga Combine Holiday Shopping with a Fun Cruise Getaway. Can that holiday getaway be...read more
Fred Santoso n/a 3 Baja Mexico1 users found this review helpful.
Drove to the pier in San Pedro. RCI docks most inland, first ship you see. Parking was $10/day very close to our ship, within fairly short walking distance. Arrived between 2-3 for 5 p.m....read more
Jon Trudeau 42 2 Baja California1 users found this review helpful.
Getting on / Getting off Convenient parking at the terminal. Check-in went smoothly. As is customary, we were called to board in groups. The wait in the cruise terminal was...read more
Joanne Kartak 73 1 Baja California
On October 10, 2005, when we boarded the Monarch of the Seas as part of a large group sponsored by the Master Builders of King and Snohomish Co. WA, we were aware that in September of this...read more