RCCL Completes Majesty of the Seas Renovations

Royal Caribbean's Majesty of the Seas has emerged from its 28-day dry dock and is now back in Miami to resume its three- and four-night Bahaman cruises. Majesty's enhancements include an overhaul of guest suites, staterooms, casual dining areas, the main dining rooms and the spa. Majesty of the Seas' allure is toward guests who seek shorter itineraries and corporate incentive travel says Royal Caribbean International's senior vice president of sales, Lisa Bauer.

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