Written on: 03/11/2010 by elliek (1 review written)
This is the third time I have cruised with RCI and Majesty was definitely the most fun - we were a party of 4 from Scotland aged 55-63 but I have to say that most of the guests were younger than us. We took our little cruise as part of our holiday in West Palm Beach. This was a 3 night cruise with two stops and when speaking to some of the crew we were told it is regularly booked by people who enjoy Salsa. Although we didn't know this when we booked, we were very pleasantly suprised and it was a joy to listen to the band and watch everyone on the dance floor. The staff also gave dance lessons. The entertainment on the ship was excellent. Cay Coco was also excellent and the crew worked very hard to make it so. The tiny island is owned by RCI and tenders ferry guests to and from the island every 15 minutes or so. There were a few tourist stalls and the island has various sunbathing areas with sunbeds, plenty of shaded areas, safe swimming, and parascending for those looking for excitement. The band from the ship played most of the day and there was a superb buffet lunch of barbecued meats, salads, huge amounts of fresh fruits and, of course, ice cream. There was also a bar for alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks. The stop at Nassau was a little bit of a disappointment because we arrived there on a Sunday and everything was closed but you could visit the Atlantis hotel complex if this was your thing. There were very few Europeans on this cruise; most of the guests were Latino-American who really knew how to enjoy themselves. I would defintely recommend this cruise as a taster or for those who enjoy latin-American music and dance.
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