Majesty of the Seas Review| Royal Caribbean Cruise Line

A quick getaway to celebrate my birthday and anniversary with my family and friends had us back on Royal Caribbean’s Majesty of the Seas. This was my third time on this ship and she just keeps getting better. Along with her sister ship, Monarch, these two ships are the oldest in the Royal Caribbean fleet, yet they still look great. Once considered the biggest ships of their times, yes they do pale in comparison to the megaships, but you can still have a great time on a short weekend cruise.

Here we are on the tender making our way away from the ship and over to CocoCay, Royal Caribbean‘s private island.

Once situated in our cabana facing the water, we relaxed and took in the view, which included the Majesty of the Seas. Then the rains ensued, but before we knew it, it was over and we had a sunny rest of the day.

The next day in Nassau, we opted for something different. We had always seen Atlantis every time we came into port and decided we should at least see why everyone was going. We spent the day there and although overcast, the kids had a great time.