Seatrade Cruise News is reporting that Majesty of the Seas will leave Royal Caribbean’s fleet in 2018 and join Pullmantur and CDF Croisières de France.
Royal Caribbean first announced that Majesty of the Seas was leaving their fleet in the fall of 2014. That decision was reversed last July when the cruise line decided to give the ship major upgrades and keep the vessel in the fleet. However, many of the upgrades have been scratched including the Dreamworks experience, a waterslide, and free internet for all passengers. Now, the ship will stay with Royal Caribbean for an additional two years before joining the cruise line’s sister brands in Europe.
Majesty of the Seas currently sails out of Port Miami and will move to Port Canaveral after the ship completes drydock. From there, the ship will sail three and four night cruises to the Bahamas.
Majesty of the Seas is Royal Caribbean’s last Sovereign-class cruise ship. The 73,000 gross ton ship holds 2,744 passengers and first went into service in 1992. The cruise line has not released an exact date on when the ship will sail its final Royal Caribbean cruise. Cruise Fever will have all updates when more information has been announced.