Forget any reservations you may have about Majesty of the Seas based on her age. A ship-wide revitalization in 2007 transformed Majesty of the Seas into a ship with a certain je ne sais quoi. What she lacks in stateroom space, she makes up for in vibrant public areas.
The sparkling Atrium provides a great backdrop for theme parties, and Majesty features many of the amenities that you come to expect from a Royal Caribbean ship, including the rock-climbing wall and Johnny Rockets for burgers and fries.
A cruise onboard Majesty of the Seas is perfect for those wishing to party their way to the Bahamas and back, but solo cruisers be warned: You may find yourself surrounded by more couples than you can handle.
Entertainment options include Broadway-style production shows such as A Chorus Line, guest entertainers and theme nights (think 1970s disco) that steal the spotlight.
The ship features nine bars and lounges, Vitality Spa & fitness center, beauty salon, Elemis SpaBar, two pools, two hot tubs, basketball court, rock-climbing wall, walking/jogging track, video arcade, retail outlets, art and photo gallery, Royal Caribbean Online Internet center and conference facilities.
What’s onboard for the kids?
The Royal Babies and Royal Tots program ensures that the youngest of cruisers are entertained, while Adventure Ocean has partnered with Crayola and Fisher Price to offer children aged 3 to 11 activities including coloring, games, storytelling and a disco, plus arts and craft. Even coloring the walls is allowed in this section of the ship! Teens have their own chill-out area, the Living Room, where they can watch movies on the large flat-screen TV; or they can head to Fuel Nightclub, which has its own DJ booth and dance floor. Family-friendly activities are also held on each voyage.