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Monarch of the seas

Discussion in 'Royal Caribbean International' started by jaminjackie, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. jaminjackie

    jaminjackie Active Member

    Can anyone tell me about the ship? Good,bad indifferent?
     
  2. Jeanie

    Jeanie Well-Known Member

    We sail on the Monarch September 2009. It was an excellent four-day cruise. Had fantastic food and service and the ship was in good condition, Being an older ship, the cabins are small.
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  3. BarbaraK

    BarbaraK Well-Known Member

    We took a 4 day cruise quite a few years ago on the MOS with some friends who had never cruised before and wanted to see if they would like it. :doubleup:
    We had a great 4 day trip and now our friends are cruise addicts, we cruise together all the time. :smile:
     
  4. Cruizer

    Cruizer Well-Known Member

  5. tmoore4075

    tmoore4075 Active Member

    I was on Majesty, it's sister ship, so I can tell you just general ship stuff. I have to second Jeanie's comment about the rooms being small but when the ship(s) was built rooms were less important. Also if you've been on the newer ships, the layout will be a little weird. You can tell they've gotten better with the feng shui of the ships over the years.
     
  6. Cruizer

    Cruizer Well-Known Member

    Just because they forgot to install deck six aft of the forward elevators is no reason to all the layout a little weird. :biggrin: :kook:
     
  7. MisterD21

    MisterD21 If you take me serious, it's your problem

    LOL... wait, you mean deck six is only a half deck??? LMAO!!! that's funny....
     
  8. Jeanie

    Jeanie Well-Known Member


    It is a strange layout :cheer:
     
  9. Cruizer

    Cruizer Well-Known Member

    Deck six goes from the bow to the forward elevators - and that is were deck six ends.

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  10. George C

    George C Well-Known Member

    Took it almost 20 years ago and had one of the smallest cabins I ever had in my 52 sailing
     
  11. Mbandy

    Mbandy Well-Known Member


    Yes, the Sovereign class ships do have tiny cabins.
     
  12. Cruizer

    Cruizer Well-Known Member

    That was a cabin? I thought my closet had a porthole ...

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  13. tmoore4075

    tmoore4075 Active Member

    They are small cabins. Thankfully it was a short cruise. Couldn't handle a 7 nighter in one of those.
     

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