of the Seas Statistics
Guest Capacity : 2,350
Crew : 912
Gross Tonnage : 73,941
Length : 880 ft.
Beam : 106 ft.
Draught : 25 ft.
Entered Service : April, 1992
Maximum Speed : 22 knots
Majesty of the Seas entered service in 1992 as the third sister in the very successful Sovereign class of ships. Like her sisters, she was constructed at Chantiers de l'Atlantique in St. Nazaire, France.
Sovereign of the Seas entered service in 1988 and is no longer in the Royal Caribbean International fleet. Monarch of the Seas, nearly identical to Majesty, entered service in 1991. After many years sailing a seven night Western Caribbean route, she pursued a Southern Caribbean itinerary from San Juan, Puerto Rico.
In February of 2007, Majesty of the Seas underwent a major upgrade and received many exciting new features and was refreshed top to bottom. This is how she appears at the time of this publication. She now provides a classic, medium size ship experience with many modern amenities that guests have come to expect.
Currently, Majesty of the Seas sails three and four night cruises out of Miami, Florida to the ports of Key West, Nassau (Bahamas), and Royal Caribbean's private island Coco Cay. The four night cruise provides a weekday getaway and the three night weekend cruises provide a fun-filled, party atmosphere experience.
At the time of publication, it is merely rumoured that Majesty of the Seas will be moved to Royal Caribbean's European Pullmantur product but no such plans have been officially announced.
of the Seas is one beautiful, striking vessel with a nicely raked
bow and rounded stern with graceful curves. Finishing her
impressive profile atop is the Royal Caribbean International trademark
Viking Crown Lounge.