Refurbished in 2007. The Majesty of the Seas is as tall as the Statue of Liberty. And for several wonderful nights, she’s unlimited freedom, the Majesty of the Seas. Freedom to curl up with a good book (how long has it been?). Freedom to eat all the ice cream you want (your diet’s not in effect while on a cruise). Freedom to tell the kids to ship out (we have dozens of supervised activities, and teens get a club of their own). And as for the decadent midnight buffet, just two words of advice: feel free.
Almost anyone taking a first cruise. Those who like large ships or want an array of options with a touch of class. Those who want to be active and sociable. It's also ideal for families with several generations traveling together, as the diversity of shipboard activities and programs provides something for every age.
From sunrise to sunset and around every corner, there's something exciting for you to do on a Royal Caribbean International cruise vacation. Onboard, try the rock-climbing wall, or work out with one of our fitness trainers. How about a swim or a relaxing massage? Better yet, try your luck at Caribbean Stud Poker, attend an art auction, or turn it out dancing in a nightclub. There are even supervised activities for kids. And on land, we offer Shore & Land Excursions for everything from glacier trekking in Alaska to swimming with dolphins in Bermuda. Best of all, every experience is delivered with our unique Gold Anchor Service.
Extensive aerobics, cardio machines, saunas and spa
Two swimming pools, children's play area and sports deck
Conference Center/Card Room
ShipShape Fitness Center
Sauna and Massage
Boutiques of Centrum
Two Outdoor Pools
Two Outdoor Whirlpools
Wrap-Around Promenade Deck
Dining on our cruise ships is as exciting as every other aspect of life onboard. There are so many different dishes and enticing atmospheres to experience you won't know where to start: pasta at Portofino, classic burgers from Johnny Rockets, gourmet five-course meals in the main dining room… In addition, all of our cruise ships offer low-fat ShipShape Day Spa menus, kids' menus, and, if you arrange in advance, kosher menus. Specialty restaurants are not available on all ships. See below for more information.
Beautiful two-story dining room
Mikado Dining Room
Maytime Dining Room
While the younger cruiser are fast asleep, the adult cruisers are enjoying their late night entertainment options. After a long day of spectacular activities and mind blowing cuisines, you're probably in the mood to unwind and enjoy a bit of thrill-seeking fun. It doesn't matter if you're plans are to test your luck at a hand of blackjack or soak in the atmosphere in the lounge of your choice, you'll find exactly what you're looking for.
Our signature Viking Crown Lounge perched high above the Caribbean sea
Blue Skies Lounge
On Your Toes Nightclub
A Chorus Line Lounge
Paint Your Wagon Lounge
Viking Crown Lounge
Touch of Class Champagne Bar
Mast Bar and Pool Bar
Royal Caribbean will automatically add a $12.95 USD gratuity, $15.95 USD for Suite guests, to each guest's SeaPass account on a daily basis.
The daily gratuity will be shared among Dining Services Staff, Stateroom Attendants and Other Housekeeping Services Personnel.
The daily gratuity amount is $0.95 USD more than the previously recommended daily gratuity amount ($1.70 for suites).
A 18% gratuity is also automatically added to beverages, mini bar items, spa & salon purchases.
Many of our guests wish to reward exceptional service during their cruise by providing additional gratuities. Guests may do so by providing an additional gratuity on their SeaPass onboard account or with a cash gratuity at their discretion.
All policies are subject to change at the discretion of the cruise line. (7-22-15)
Note: This information is provided as a guide only and is subject to change at any time by the cruise line.
On Royal Caribbean, there are three different forms of evening dress that a passenger will need. These include casual, “smart” casual, and formal. Usually two evenings will require formal wear (on a one-week cruise). Note: Dress Codes are subject to change. Updated June 21, 2010