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Registered Owner: Majesty of the Seas Inc. - USA -  Operator: Royal Caribbean International: - USA

Entered service: 1992 – Refit 2008/2016 - Gross tonnage: 74.077 - Pass. lower beds: 2354 - All berths: 2767 - Passenger decks: 11 - Length: 268,32 m. - Beam: 32,20 m. - Drive: diesel: 4 - 9 cyl. diesel engines make Crepel/Pielstick type 9PC20L- Total installed power: 21.844 kW. - Max. speed 21 knots - Service speed: 19 knots - Built: Chantiers de l'Atlantique - France - Yard no. B 30 - Flag: Bahamas - Classification: DNV/GL

Sisterships: Monarch of the Seas (April 2013 Monarch of Pullmantur)- Sovereign of the Seas  (now Sovereign of Pullmantur)

  Passenger space ratio all berths: 26.77
  Passenger space ratio lower beds: 31.47
Febr. 14-2017 Royal Caribbean International's Majesty of the Seas sailed Tuesday afternoon from Port Canaveral after safety discrepancies were addressed, a US Coast Guard public affairs officer said. The ship was held overnight following a routine inspection that turned up five violations
Brief Description:
Most recently refurbished in 2016, Majesty of the Seas is one of the smaller ships within the fleet, welcoming up to 2,767 guests and 912 crew members. Although it lacks some of the big-ship amenities of larger Royal Caribbean vessels, passengers can still enjoy a rock climbing wall, a basketball court and a casino, plus four bars and lounges. Guests can also choose from six dining venues, including Johnny Rockets for an extra fee. Due to the ship's relatively compact size, it offers fewer stateroom categories than others in the fleet. Passengers can choose from Interior, Ocean View and Suite cabins, all of which come outfitted with flat-screen TVs and minibars. Overall, travelers were complimentary of the staff, noting that the crew members were attentive and friendly.Thanks to a dazzling, top to bottom renovation, the popular Majesty of the Seas is more majestic than ever. Bahamas bound guests will enjoy a newly remodeled pool deck, expanded Day Spa & Fitness Center, plus tastefully refurbished staterooms, featuring luxurious bedding and eye-popping flat-screen TVs and more. And of course, there's still the Bahamas powdery beaches and crystal clear water to look forward to.

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