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Monarch of the Seas
|Line:||Royal Caribbean International|
|Launched:||17th November 1991|
When it launched in 1991, Monarch of the Seas was one of the largest cruise ships on the seas. It's since been overtaken in size by newer ships, but it remains one of the most popular ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet. Monarch of the Seas weighs 73,971 tons, is 880 feet, and sails year-round to the Bahamas twice a week carrying 2,744 passengers.
Monarch of the Seas Recreation
Cruises on the Monarch of the Seas last only 3-4 nights, and there is a lot of fun to pack into such a short time. Whether you're swimming in one of the ship's two pools, relaxing in one of the two whirlpools, scaling the rock-climbing wall, or participating in one of the ship's many group activities, you will never be bored aboard Monarch of the Seas. Royal Caribbean cruises are known as some of the most action-packed cruises in the industry, and Monarch of the Seas lives up to the reputation. Kids and teens have their own spaces - Adventure Ocean youth facilities, Fuel teen club, and the Living Room lounge where they can relax, dance, and participate in age-appropriate activities.
For adults, the ship's onboard casino offers a wide range of slots and table games. Drinks are served until late in the ship's themed lounges, where live music and dancing continue until late. Visit the Viking Crown Lounge for amazing 360-degree views of the Atlantic. Throughout the day, the ship host's a wide range of family activities such as movie matinees, Bingo, scavenger hunts, hide-and-seek, and more. In the evening, treat yourself to a Broadway-style performance. If you're feeling sporty, hit the basketball courts, take a jog on the full wrap-around promenade, or play ping-pong or shuffleboard. The ShipShape fitness facility offers weights, cardio equipment, and fitness classes. Sign up at the full-service spa and salon for a haircut, massage, manicure, pedicure, or a relaxing rest in the sauna.
Monarch of the Seas Food
You'll enjoy all-you-can-eat meals onboard your Royal Caribbean cruise with a wide range of delicious options. For a formal, elegant dining experience, dinner is served in the ship's dining room. For a light, healthy meal, the chef onboard Monarch of the Seas prepares special menu items through the ship's Vitality program. At the Windjammer Cafe, breakfast, lunch, and dinner is served buffet-style with many different cuisines available. Make a reservation at the Jade Restaurant for delicious Asian-fusion cuisine and sushi served in a funky, modern setting for an additional fee. Breakfast and snacks can be delivered directly to your stateroom around the clock, and during the dinner hour you can order from the main dining room. For treats, visit Latte-tudes coffee house for Seattle's Best gourmet coffee drinks and Ben & Jerry's ice cream.
Monarch of the Seas Staterooms
Your stateroom is your private, cozy retreat after a day of fun ashore or at sea. Monarch of the Seas offers the perfect stateroom for every passenger. Whether you choose an inside or outside cabin, you'll enjoy a Queen-sized bed that converts to two twin beds if necessary, a television, telephone, hair dryer, and private bathroom with shower. Deluxe suite accommodations are extra spacious and include extra amenities like a bathtub and private balcony.