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Majesty of the Seas

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Majesty of the Seas has sadly left the Royal Caribbean fleet, but with plenty of other ships to choose from you're still guaranteed an unforgettable holiday.

Being one of Royal Caribbean’s smaller ships, enjoy a more intimate cruise onboard Majesty of the Seas. With 14 fun-packed decks and delicious places to eat, your time on the ship is guaranteed to be just as memorable at the stunning destinations to which she transports you. From some friendly competition at the sports venue, to family time, to a bit of relaxation time to yourself, all of your needs are catered for when you choose to cruise with Royal Caribbean.

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Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 01/01/1992
Tonnage 74000
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 4
Number Of Decks 12
Number Of Elevators 11
Number Of Pools 1
Number Of Restaurants 3
Formal Nights Yes
Kids Clubs Yes
Maximum Capacity 2350 (2744)
Crew 827
Refurbished 2016

Ship Facilities


From date night dining to late night dining, Majesty of the Seas has an eatery to suit every occasion. For informal dining, head for a slice of New York-style pizza at Sorrento’s Pizza or Johnny Rockets if you’d prefer some guilt-free holiday comfort food. Those eating with kids will enjoy the Royal Caribbean favourite Windjammer Café as the buffet-style dining means that even the pickiest of eaters will be able to pile their plates high with delicious foods from around the world. To experience a more formal setting, the Main Dining Room provides high-class cuisine and attentive service, while Chef’s Table elevates your mealtime to the next level with five courses of gourmet dishes made exclusively by the Chef de Cuisine.

Alternatively, after an action-packed day, you may not have the energy to leave your room, but don’t worry- Royal Caribbean won’t let you go hungry! Simply pick up the phone and order whatever you fancy straight to your room.


The diversity of entertainment onboard Majesty of the Seas means that guests are spoilt for choice when the time comes to deciding on how to spend their evening.


There are three main bars onboard the ship. At Schooner Bar, the combination of cosy décor, expertly mixed cocktails and piano sing alongs create a relaxed ambiance. For a livelier venue, choose the Latin-theme Boleros club and get your cha-cha on! To get that island beach feeling even when you’re on the ship, Pool Bar serves up colourful drinks that you can enjoy from your sun lounger. Meanwhile, the Casino Royale is also a popular option for guests to sip on a drink and test their luck on one of the tables or slot machines.


The night doesn’t have to end when the sun goes down, so if you like to get dressed up and make the evening last, Majesty of the Seas is the perfect place to be. From 70s disco parties, to Latin Fiestas, pool parties and live DJ’s, you’re sure to find an event that keeps you going until the early hours of the morning.

If it’s the music that you enjoy, then there are also live bands, musicians and orchestras who play regularly, so grab and a drink and get that foot tapping to the rhythm.


Royal Caribbean is proud to present original productions exclusively for cruise ship guests, including the popular Boogie Wonderland, dance troupes and cabaret. For a more low-key evening of entertainment, cosy up on the deck and enjoy a movie under the stars.

Things to do

The best thing about a cruise is that guests can make their holiday exactly what they want it to be, and the range of onboard activities makes this even easier.


If you consider yourself a sports lover or a fitness enthusiast, there are several different places onboard where you can go to get your daily workout in. The state-of-the-art fitness centre has all the machines and free weights you could need to get that perfect pump, as well as a variety of classes for a more sociable exercising experience. For those that like to get involved in a bit of competition, why not head to the sports courts where you can take on other guests in a game of volleyball or basketball?


Staying active isn’t for everyone. That’s why Majesty of the Sea boasts a luxurious spa where guests can be spoilt by highly trained professionals using the best products available, after which you can head to one of the pools for a doze in the sun loungers or a dip in the cooling water. If your idea of relaxation is a shopping trip, Royal Caribbean also have this covered with their duty-free shops where you can pick up designer treats at unbeatable prices.


Who said that a holiday wasn’t a great place to learn a new skill? Whether you’ve always wanted to start learning a new language but never got round to it, have never quite been able to work out how those towels appears as swans on your hotel bed or you’d like to make your own jewellery as a treat for a loved one, there’s a workshop onboard that will help you pick up a new hobby.

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