Majesty of the Seas Ship Review

November 29, 2016

Today I am so excited to share my Majesty of the Seas ship review! This short cruise was so much fun and it was so much fun to be back aboard the ship that I cruised on the first time back in 2014! 
Royal Caribbean's Majesty of the Seas was built in France in 1992 and her "godmother" is Queen Sonja of Norway. Royal Caribbean had talked about retiring the Majesty of the Seas but instead decided to refurbish the ship as it provides so many special moments to so many people each week.
Majesty of the Seas is currently operating on a 7-day cycle out of Port Canaveral each week. Starting in May 2016 (after the Majesty of the Seas moved from Miami to Port Canaveral)  the ship sails on a four night cruise (stopping in Nassau and Coco Cay with one day at sea) for the first part of the week (Monday through Friday) and then offers a shorter three-night cruise that stops in Nassau and Coco Cay.
We were on the shorter cruise- the three night cruise and left on Friday, November 18th and returned in the early morning of Monday, November 21st. It was the perfect amount of time for a short and quick cruise and was definitely relaxing and rejuvenating. It was also very fun for my parents to experience their first cruise and they loved it!
Majesty of the Seas has 12 decks and a variety of things to enjoy and during your cruise. There are poolside movie screens, a renovated spa with an extensive treatment menu, a state of the art fitness center, several swimming pools, a family friendly new aqua park, teen-only hangout areas, and lots of family-friendly activities. 
Majesty of the Seas also offers several different dining options (those that are included in your cost of your cruise and those that you can pay an additional fee for) and action and adventure for all ages. Between a rock-climbing wall, basketball court, and jogging track you can stay active and have lots of fun on your cruise!
The ship itself was incredibly easy to navigate which is a wonderful thing about Majesty of the Seas. Unfortunately on some cruise ships it can take a bit to orient yourself (especially if on some floors you can't walk the entire length due to a variety of different reasons) but Majesty of the Seas makes it easy to find your way around. And if you are on a short cruise this is a gift because you don't want to spend your time trying to figure out where to go. 
When I first went cruising in 2014 I knew absolutely nothing about cruising or how anything worked. Everything was such a new learning experience and it was so much fun. I still treasure that trip to this day and all of the precious memories from it.
To have the opportunity to be back was such a gift and such a beautiful time! 
Have you sailed on the Majesty of the Seas before or another Royal Caribbean ship? What was your favorite thing? Please let me know if you have any questions! I am happy to answer them!


  1. Beautiful pictures! I have not been on a cruise since last year. I have never sailed with this cruise ship though. I may have to check them out!

    1. Mistle,

      I definitely recommend them!! Who did you cruise with last year?

      Blessings, Rebecca

  2. Hi, I am going on my first cruise on this ship from April 17-21. I am excited and can't wait to eat. How was the food. LOL. Thanks for blogging about this.

    1. Beth,

      First, congratulation on going on your first cruise!! I am so excited for you! My first cruise (as I mention in this post) was on this ship and I fell in love with cruising on it. I hope you LOVE your time! The food is delicious- and so many different options!! I would love to hear about your time!! I hope you have a WONDERFUL trip!! So excited for you!

      Blessings, Rebecca