Majesty Of The Seas deck plans
Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities
Majesty Of The Seas deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Royal Caribbean deckplan pdf (printable version).
Each of the Majesty Of The Seas cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on Majesty Of The Seas staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.
Majesty of the Seas (built 1992, last refurbished in 2016) is of the Sovereign-class ships. She was the smallest and the oldest of all Royal Caribbean cruise ships – until the return of Empress of the Seas (launched 1990) back in the RCI fleet in April 2016. The Majesty ship has no sisters in the current RCI fleet. By design, she is sister to the Pullmantur ships Monarch and Sovereign. Pullmantur Cruises is a Royal Caribbean brand based in Spain.
Note: CruiseMapper's Majesty Of The Seas deck plans are valid for the period 2018-2019 (May 4 through April 29).
NEWS: The Majesty ship will leave the RCI fleet in 2019, joining the Pullmantur fleet. The Monarch of the Seas ship was transferred to Pullmantur in 2013.
Majesty of the Seas cruise ship deck plan has a total of 1177 staterooms for 2354 passengers (max capacity is 2825 guests), served by 822 crew and staff. The ship has 11 passenger accessible decks, 9 lounges and bars, 2 swimming pools, 2 jacuzzies, 11 elevators.
Majesty Of The Seas deck plan changes 2016 refurbishment review
Majesty's new deck plans feature a water slide! During the ship’s drydock refurbishment in 2016 (April-May), Royal Caribbean planned adding a waterslide. The new feature is part of the H2O Zone WaterPark (on Lido deck 11). The first ever Royal Caribbean ship with this special facility is Harmony of the Seas (has 4 water slides). The first Freedom-class RCI ship upgraded with the waterslide attraction was Liberty of the Seas (entered drydock in January 2016).
Officially named “Perfect Storm AquaPark”, this interactive water park is installed on Pool Deck 11. Among its features are sea creatures-themed water cannons, a giant drench bucket and a jungle-gym. The park’s trio of waterslides are named “Cyclone”, “Supercell” and “Typhoon”. The Supercell features a champagne bowl that swirls you around as you descend towards the big splash in the pool. Major deck plan changes after the 2016 refurbishment are the outdoor movie screen (poolside outdoor theater on Lido Deck 11), renovated Vitality at Sea Spa / Fitness complex (aft on Deck 9, new equipment, carpeting), renovated suites, updated casino and lounges, VOOM internet.
- NEWS: RCI adjusted the 2016 refurbishment plans. According to the new deck plans, adding the Izumi (Asian/Japanese restaurant, sushi, sashimi, sukiyaki) and Sabor (Mexican restaurant), the waterslides and the DreamWorks Experience will be done during the ship’s next scheduled drydock. The 2016 refurbishment included only casino/lounges/spa/suites renovations, adding the Jumbotron movie screen, upgrading the onboard WiFi to VOOM and adding the Splashaway Bay (aqua park for kids).
- Despite not having Izumi Restaurant, the ship offers several varieties of Izumi sushi available at the buffet restaurant Windjammer (on lido deck 11). The sushi menu is available during dinner time only. The items are a la carte priced: Crispy Philly (USD 8), Crispy Tuna (USD 5), Spicy Tuna (USD 7), Vegetarian Sushi (USD 6), California rolls with fish eggs and scallions (USD 6), Half Futomaki (USD 8), Spicy Salmon roll with avocado (USD 7), Shrimp roll (USD 8).
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