Majesty of the Seas has been taking passengers to ports of call throughout the Bahamas since 1992. She offers three and four-night cruises that depart twice weekly, so there are plenty of opportunities to sail on her. One of Royal Caribbean’s Sovereign Class of ocean liners, Majesty of the Seas meets high standards for cruising that you should experience as soon as possible.
Majesty of the Seas offers luxury accommodations, and public spaces, from which to enjoy a vacation to Bahamas ports like Nassau, Key West, and CocoCay (Royal Caribbean’s private island). This ship provides elegance at sea in the form of a traditional formal night and some gorgeous dining venues, but it’s really a vessel built for casual and lighthearted fun. We think this combination of class and laid-back thrills is perfect for an indulgent trip to the energetic Bahamas islands.
One of many wonderful things about cruising on Majesty of the Seas is eating at her restaurants. For small bites, sandwiches, and salads, it’s fun to stop by Windjammer Café. If pizza calls to you while you’re cruising, simply head to Sorrento’s. The Main Dining Room is where you’ll want to go for multi-course meals in a sit-down environment. You can eat all you want on Majesty of the Seas and never pay a cover charge.
Bars and Clubs
If you like hitting bars and clubs, you’ll likely be quite pleased with your options on Majesty of the Seas. This ship offers nine bars and lounges, and you don’t have to pay for entry to any of them. Have a beer with friends at Schooner Bar, linger over some bubbly at A Touch of Class Champagne Bar, or get loose on the dance floor at Bolero’s Latin-themed lounge.
As you’re cruising to the Bahamas, you can go swimming, soak in a hot tub, climb a rock wall, play basketball, and take part in many other activities on Majesty of the Seas. To learn more about this ship, and the majestic way she’ll transport you to your Bahamas paradise, visit Royal Caribbean’s website.