Majesty of the Seas
The last of three sister ships in the Sovereign class, Majesty of the Seas inaugurated in 1992. In a rather unusual arrangement the public rooms are located aft while the accommodations are found in the forward section of the ship. She now sails for Royal Caribbean to the Bahamas, year-round.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Janice 47 1 Bahamas47 users found this review helpful.
This was our first cruise and I must admit I went in with low expectations. My family of 4 (daughter 16, son 14) would like to go on an Alaskan cruise in the future and we thought that a "short,...read more
Irina 30 2 Miami-Coco Cay - Nassau- Miami4 users found this review helpful.
The shore excursions were the highlight of the trip. Everything else was mediocre. Services were bad, from food taking too long to be served in the dining room to not too many entertaining options...read more
Dave 37 2 Bahamas25 users found this review helpful.
This cruise was excellent!!!!!!!! 4 nights was not long enough for me!!! the ship had everything you could possibly need!! The food was top notch. My wife spent 10 years as a server in a...read more
Toni 46 1 Bahamas26 users found this review helpful.
This was my first cruise and I had a blast! My husband sent my friend and I on the 4 day Bahamas cruise. We enjoyed just relaxing most of the time. Our stateroom was very comfortable and clean. The...read more
Ryan 32 5 Bahamas17 users found this review helpful.
My wife and I enjoyed a 4 day cruise, along with 14 other family members on RCCLâ€™s â€œMajesty of The Seas.â€ We were celebrating Mom and Dadâ€™s 40th wedding anniversary. Many...read more
Richard 41 1 Bahamas5 users found this review helpful.
My wife and I planned a cruise on 2/4/11 for our anniversary. We missed the boat because of a snow storm in San Antonio (the first in over 7 years). We tried to see if we be compensated by the...read more
T Tippett 62 9 Bahamas5 users found this review helpful.
Absolutely the worst cruise line in the business in terms of customer service and guest relations. Guest Relations personnel did not care that there were 30 to 50 people in line needing...read more
Donna 58 2 Bahamas71 users found this review helpful.
We just got back from a 4 day Bahama cruise. We had a clean inside cabin located on Deck 2 and I guess you get what you pay for. The mattress on the beds were about 6 inches deep. Very...read more
Cynthia Noel 67 17 Bahamas42 users found this review helpful.
A group of 8 senior women just back from a 4/5 d cruise on the Majesty of the Seas. We had a great time. Our rooms, outside cabins, were the smallest I have ever been in. Saying that, we were...read more
Linda Crowe 46 1 Key West and Bahamas47 users found this review helpful.
This was our first cruise and we were celebrating our 20 wedding anniversary. We were very disappointed in many aspects of the cruise and will probably never sail RC again. They really should...read more