When Royal Caribbean announced last fall they were getting rid of Majesty of the Seas, it was an end of an era for their Sovern-class ships.
An recent announcement from Royal Caribbean said they are keeping Majesty of the Seas and redeploying her to Port Canaveral in Summer 2016.
Before leaving Miami next Spring, she will sail to the Bahamas and go into drydock for upgrades and receive transformational new onboard amenities. Including free internet.
- Voom, the fastest internet at sea, will be available free and unlimited
- Waterslides for guests of all ages
- Family-friendly Jacuzzis
- Poolside movie screen
- Dreamworks Experience featuring activities and entertainment with Shrek, Fiona and other favorite characters from the powerhouse animation studio’s popular movies.
- Enhanced casino
- Izumi Japanese cuisine with fresh and flavorful sushi rolls and sashimi
- Sabor Taqueria featuring a mouthwatering menu of authentic Mexican dishes
- Chef’s Table, an exclusive experience hosted by the Executive Chef and Sommelier for an intimate wine pairing dinner.
Majesty of the Seas will sail 3- and 4-night cruises to the Bahamas with visits to the cruise line’s private island destination, CocoCay.
Rhapsody of the Seas, who was scheduled to move to Port Canaveral, will now move to Tampa in Winter 2016.
Enchantment of the Seas will replace Majesty of the Seas in Miami.
Photo credit: Royal Caribbean
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