Date:03/09/2018From:Port CanaveralPrice:$579 Book Now
Nights:3To:Port CanaveralPer Day:$193
Date:March 9, 2018 From:Port Canaveral
Nights:3To:Port Canaveral
Line:Royal CaribbeanPrice:$579
Ship:Majesty of the Seas Daily:$193
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CocoCay or Nassau? How About Visiting Both?

Get ready for three days of leisurely sailing across the sea when you reserve your cabin on the Royal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas from Port Canaveral and back. More than 2,800 travelers can comfortably set sail on this big highly-rated vessel, based in the Caribbean and refurbished less than three years ago in 2015.

This cruise is notable because you'll only call on very uncommon destinations like CocoCay. This is a common route for the Majesty of the Seas.

We include all all port charges and taxes in this price, so there are no surprises. Book quickly, because the price of this sailing is on the way up! Reserve your cabin before the price increases. With a cost of under $195 per day, this is a value.

Day 2: Nassau
The Majesty of the Seas

Pricing Information

Since it was first listed on August 20th of last year, the price of a stateroom on this itinerary has varied between $340 and $579 including $82 in taxes and port fees. The accompanying graph displays the price over time for the various types of cabin. This itinerary has just risen in price, so reserve your stateroom now before it increases even more.

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$579 $623 Sold Out $1,495
$193.00 per day $207.67 per day $498.33 per day
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Your Itinerary

This itinerary is made up of zero sea days and two port days. High points include visits to exotic cities like CocoCay plus a long stop in Nassau.

DatePortArriveDepart
Fri, Mar 9Port Canaveral, FL4:00pm
Sat, Mar 10Nassau, Bahamas12:00pm11:59pm
Sun, Mar 11CocoCay, Bahamas8:00am4:00pm
Mon, Mar 12Port Canaveral, FL7:00am

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The Majesty of the Seas sails this route forty-one times this year in addition to seven times next year. The Enchantment of the Seas and Mariner of the Seas also sail routes with the same stops but slightly different schedules. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.



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