The Norwegian Majesty Cruise Ship is soon set to be renamed as the Louise Majesty. Its itineraries are primarily Caribbean regions. Seven-day cruises to Bermuda are also offered with the Norwegian Majesty Cruise Ship. After being sold to the Louise Cruise Lines in April 2008, Norwegian Majesty was chartered to its previous owner, the Norwegian Cruise Line, through the fall of 2009. The ship had its last voyage for NCL on October 24, 2009 and will soon make history once again as it returns to the seas with a brand new name, several much-anticipated enhancements and new features.
The ship can accommodate approximately 1,400 passengers in its 9 decks available for passenger access. There is the addition of a 112-ft midsection that houses new restaurants, staterooms, a pool, whirlpools and a coffee bar. Nonetheless, the ship still sticks to what it is best remembered for – intimate, cozy and relaxing spaces.
In December, once it returns to voyaging (as Louis Majesty) in the Bahamas, Caribbean and Bermuda, the Norwegian Majesty will introduce two new restaurants which will surely spice up any passenger’s stay onboard the ship. Nonetheless, the ship’s other restaurants remain classics. The existing dining establishments of the Norwegian Majesty Cruise Ship are as follows:
- Le Bistro
- Cafe Royale
- Four Seasons
You can also enjoy the panoramic views while enjoying the dishes offered by the dining establishments.
Entertainment and Nightlife
Nightlife is assisted is brought to life with the Frame 52 Disco and the Royal Observatory, which is considered as the ship’s top-deck spot. There are plenty of other bars and lounges which are peaceful, intimate and romantic settings like: Rendezvous Lounge, Polo Club Piano Bar and the House of Lords Lounge.
The accommodations are reported to be comfortable and relaxing. Its cabins have 10 different categories so there is surely a place fit for every guest. Cabins and staterooms are also equipped with showers, hairdryers, thermostat, televisions and radios to make every passenger feel at home.
The numerous recreational amenities provided in the Norwegian Majesty Cruise Ship include the following:
- Poolside relaxing
- Several whirlpools offering relaxation
- Fitness center
- Elegant spa and salon
- Shuffleboard courts
- Ping pong tables
- Golf driving net
For gratuities, the cost is $3.50 per day for the room steward, another $3.50 per day for the waiter, $2.50 per day for the bus boy and $.150 per day for the maitre’d. The fees total is $10.50 per passenger, per day.
Taking the Kids
Parents can enjoy cruising together with their children because there is a children’s splash pool. The “Kid’s Crew” program provides kids with age-appropriate activities.