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Launched 17th Nov 1991
Rating

4.0

Occupancy 2744
Tonnage 73941
Length 880
Total crew 858
Space ratio 26.9

Bahamas

To: Caribbean

Bahamas

To: Caribbean

Bahamas

To: Caribbean

Bahamas

To: North America

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Facilities

Dining

  • Ben And Jerry's Ice Cream
  • Claude's Dining Room
  • Jade Asian Fusion Dining
  • Latte-tudes Coffee Bar
  • Vincent's Dining Room
  • Windjammer Cafe

Entertainment

  • Bolero's Latin Themed Lounge
  • Casino Royale
  • Fuel Teen Disco
  • Schooner Bar
  • The Circuit Lounge And Nightclub
  • The Living Room Teen Club
  • Theatre

Health and Fitness

  • 2 Jacuzzis
  • 2 Swimming Pools
  • Basketball Half Court
  • Rock Climbing Wall
  • Shipshape Fitness Center And Spa

Recreation

  • Adventure Ocean Youth Facilities
  • Internet Cafe
  • Library
  • Shopping

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Monarch of the Seas

4.0

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Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean's Monarch of the Seas offers inexpensive cruises and is popular with younger passengers. There's no shortage of things to do onboard. If you're looking for an active cruise then there's a well stocked gym; two outdoor pools; a sports court for basketball and volleyball; a running track and a rock climbing wall where you can have lessons. If you'd rather take things easy then the spa offers a range of therapies, beauty treatments and massages. The Adventure Ocean youth programme has age specific facilities and activities and the youth counselors entertain the kids whilst you take it easy. Two large dining rooms offer standard formal dining, while Windjammer cafe offers a more casual alternative. There are also specialist sushi and Asian-fusion restaurants. After dinner you could take in a Broadway or Las Vegas style show in the theatre; take on the dealer at one of the blackjack tables in the casino; go for a dance in the nightclub; have a drink and chat with friends in one of the many bars or watch the cabaret in one of the lounges. Royal Caribbean Monarch of the Seas has many cabin categories to choose from, but the cheapest and smallest cabins at 119 square feet are very small.

Latest cruise reviews for Monarch of the Seas

GOOD-BYE MONARCH OF THE SEAS GOOD-BYE

by dallas-diva (October 2012)

Monarch of the Sea 9/28 ? 10/1 The only reason we booked this cruise was because we read posts that Monarch was leaving the fleet and we wanted to make sure we saw her before she transitioned to Pullmantur Since we had an early flight out of DFW to MCO the day of...

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Past cruise

by Bailey118 (September 2012)

Never have a bad thing to say about Royal Caribbean International always a great time so sorry to see this ship leaving the fleet. I am going again in Dec. 2012. can't wait.

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Birthday Cruise with the Girls

by beverland (April 2012)

We were in Superior Oceanview Cabin #9004 - 157 square feet. Plenty of room & storage for two girls for three days. Had a refrigerator, safe & two twin beds. Shower has a shower curtain vs. door. We were only two floors down from Pool Deck & Windjammer Cafe, so ...

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