Royal Caribbean International’s Majesty of the Seas is one of the oldest cruise ship’s in the cruise line’s fleet, but after spending 4 days on board this vessel, I can say it felt more timeless than aged.
If you’d rather just see what this ship is like, you can check out the video tour below as we went through Majesty of the Seas deck by deck. The stateroom tour is near the end of the video.
At the time of it’s build in 1992 this was a mega-ship, but at 73,000 gross tons, it is a perfect medium-size ship in today’s world of cruising.
The ship recently went through a dry dock in which it received some maintenance and general upgrades, but in 2007 Majesty of the Seas underwent a multi-million dollar refurbishment that included the addition of a Johnny Rockets, The Compass Deli, Boleros, and some cabin upgrades.
I knew this Sovereign class ship would not have the new amenities that Oasis and Quantum class ships offer from Royal Caribbean, but for a quick getaway on a relaxing cruise, this ship quickly became more like a floating home than hotel.
The main reason I chose this cruise was so
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