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Majesty of the Seas

Revitalised and raring to go

Majesty of the Seas was revitalised by an extensive bow-to-stern renovation in February 2007 that included several new dining and entertainment options.

The newly transformed ship returned to year-round three and four-night cruises from Miami offering a fresh onboard vibe for Bahamas-bound guests looking for a weekend getaway, a first cruise experience or multi-destination incentive group trip.

She has now been earmarked for Royal Caribbean Spanish operation, Pullmantur Cruises, and will switch fleets in April 2016 following a further makeover and change of branding.

Coming out of the extreme 28-day makeover in 2007 , Majesty’s onboard enhancements included complete overhaul of the guest suites and staterooms, casual dining areas, the main dining rooms, the Majesty Day Spa and ShipShape Fitness Center, the Adventure Ocean youth area - adding the teen-focused Fuel Nightclub and Living Room lounge, conference rooms, the pool deck, the theater and Casino Royale. In addition, the Viking Crown Lounge, Centrum shops’ faades and other primary public areas were all modernised.

Majesty of the Seas

Exciting new culinary configurations

Majesty offers a myriad of dining options, including a new casual dining concept, the Windjammer Marketplace, which builds on the line’s Windjammer Cafe concept. The Windjammer Marketplace features a bountiful selection of Asian, Latin, Mediterranean and American fare in a relaxed and casual atmosphere.
New to the Royal Caribbean brand is the Compass Deli, which features a lavish sandwich bar, daily soups, made-to-order salads, paninis, crepes and energy drinks.
Guests also can choose from Sorrento’s Italian pizzeria or Johnny Rockets offering guests all-American favorites including hamburgers and milk shakes. Also new to Majesty is Cafe Latte-tudes, featuring Seattle’s Best Coffee, and the Freeze ice cream parlor. Rounding out the culinary offerings, the renamed Starlight and Moonlight dining rooms boast new dŽcor from the walls, column and seating upholstery to plush new carpets and drapery.

More room for Wellness

The expanded Majesty Day Spa and ShipShape Fitness Center is relocated, one deck lower, to the space previously occupied by the ‘On Your Toes’ Nightclub and Adventure Ocean venues. The spa features ten new treatment rooms, a relaxation area, and the Beauty Salon - fully equipped with a barber station, two experienced hair stylists, manicure and pedicure stations and a teeth whitening room.
Exclusive to Majesty of the Seas was the introduction of the virtual Elemis SpaBar. Via interactive technology, guests have access to the ‘dos and don’ts’ for all skin types, as well as tips and recommended beauty products available for purchase onboard. Fitness buffs can now take wellness to the next level in the ShipShape Fitness Center, where stationary bikes and a new aerobic floor have been added to accommodate upbeat spinning and fitness classes.

Entertainment enhancements

The dancing continues with the addition of the line’s signature Latin bar Boleros, located at the forward end of the ship, serving up mojitos and caipirhinas in a design-savvy space. The popular Schooner pianowas been brought up to par with upgraded decor such as new carpeting, chair upholstery and window coverings. Finally, guests can try their luck and enjoy Majesty’s re-energised Casino Royale, featuring new carpets, window coverings and upholstery, as well as a completely refurbished bar.

Superior staterooms

To enhance both the recreation and business travel stateroom experience, Majesty introduced fully rebuilt suites, with new wall linings, cabinetry, fixtures, and fittings, as well as standard staterooms complete with new mirrors, wood cappings and decorative rails. Amid the new settings, all guests were given Wi-Fi access and additional room at the vanity desk, thanks to new flat-screen televisions mounted on the wall. Similarly, bathrooms were outfitted with new hardware.
The fleet-wide roll out of the enhanced bedding program continued with Majesty’s new mattress frames designed to prevent sagging; nine-inch-thick spring mattresses with separate two-inch-thick micro-fiber pillow tops that unfold to lay on top of one another to create a queen-size, gap-free mattress; 220-thread-count long-staple cotton-blend sheets; two micro-fiber pillows, plus one decorative pillow; duvet with cotton-blend covers; bed skirts; and colored bed scarves at the end of the beds to protect the duvet.

Hard at work and play

In addition to overhauling recreational spaces, Majesty offers an expanded and new state-of-the-art conference center, ideal for groups looking to conduct business on the ship’s convenient short sailings. The new multi-media system covers all audio/visual needs and attendees will be able to meet in the comfort of new, softer furnishings.
And not to be forgotten, while their parents are at work or play, younger guests got something new of their own in the recharged, more colorful and more dynamic Adventure Ocean youth center offering children of every age, immersive and engaging experiences in partnership with Crayola, Fisher Price and Lowe’s.
Teens now have their own exclusive areas, at the ultra-hip Fuel Nightclub and cool hangout lounge called the Living Room.

Vital statistics

Operated by Royal Caribbean International
Built by Chantiers de l’Atlantique, France
Entered service: April 1992
Refurbished: February 2007
Cost: $300 million
Registered: The Bahamas
Gross tonnage: 73,941 tons
Passengers: 2,380
Passenger decks: 11
Lifts: 11
Crew: 827
Cabins: 1,190 including

Length: 880 ft
Width: 106 ft
Draught: 25 ft
Engines: diesel

Facilities

Two dining rooms (two sittings), casino, library, theatre, cinema, two outside swimming pools, two hot tubs, day spa and fitness centre, basketball court, conference rooms, children’s facilities, Adventure Ocean youth area.

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