Majesty of the Seas
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The Majesty was actually Royal Caribbean's largest ship when she debuted in 1992 as the third Sovereign Class vessel. She was retired from the fleet in 2021 after delighting visitors to the Caribbean for nearly 30 years.
At the time of writing this guide it is unclear where she'll end up after she leaves Royal Caribbean.
Planning your cruise
Expect to dress casually for the most part, but leave the swim wear on the pool deck. Shorts are reserved for breakfast and lunch only. Think smart casual during the evening, with a collared shirt for the gentlemen and a blouse or dress for the ladies. The ship's calendar of events will be determined as appropriate, but you might see a formal night or two during your sailing.
Daily rates vary on cabin category and are applied to all individual guests regardless of age. The daily rate is per person in USD, $14.50 for Junior Suite cabin categories and below, $17.50 for all cabin categories at Grand Suite and above. The rate may be pre-paid or automatically added to their SeaPass account. There is also a rate for beverages, mini-bar items, and spa or salon purchases of 18%.
Ship's Registry Bahamas
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