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ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISE LINE'S MAJESTY OF THE SEAS TO OFFER SEVEN-NIGHT WESTERN CARIBBEAN CRUISES BEGINNING APRIL 26, 1992

ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISE LINE'S MAJESTY OF THE SEAS TO OFFER SEVEN-NIGHT
 WESTERN CARIBBEAN CRUISES BEGINNING APRIL 26, 1992
 MIAMI, Jan. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Royal Caribbean Cruise Line's new Majesty of the Seas will begin year-round seven-night Western Caribbean cruises from Miami starting April 26. Once Majesty of the Seas enters service, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line will be the only line with three mega-ships cruising the Caribbean year-round, and becomes the world's largest cruise line brand based on capacity.
 The 2,354-passenger Majesty of the Seas will depart Miami every Sunday, calling at Playa del Carmen; Cozumel, Mexico; Grand Cayman; Ocho Rios, Jamaica; and Labadee, the Line's private destination, as well as two full days at sea. Prices begin at $1,180 per person, including airfare from most North American gateways.
 "The introduction of Majesty of the Seas marks the culmination of our aggressive expansion program which began in 1988 and has tripled the size of the company in just four years," said Rod McLeod, the Line's executive vice president of sales, marketing and passenger services. "We're pleased to offer the popular Western Caribbean itinerary to passengers who can also enjoy the quality service, exciting activities and unsurpassed passenger amenities on one of the finest cruise ships in the world."
 Majesty of the Seas features a dazzling five-deck Centrum, two dining rooms, bi-level indoor/outdoor cafe, multi-tiered main show lounge, twin swimming pools, whirlpools, state-of-the-art exercise facility, lively nightclub, kid and teen center, and a variety of lounges for relaxing and enjoying myriad entertainment options.
 Majesty of the Seas is the third of three sister mega-ships, joining Sovereign of the Seas, which plies Eastern Caribbean waters, and the recently introduced Monarch of the Seas, offering year-round Southern Caribbean cruises from San Juan. The additional Majesty of the Seas berths expand the Royal Caribbean fleet, for a total of 14,264 lower berths, making RCCL the largest cruise line brand in the world.
 Royal Caribbean Cruise Line's modern fleet of ships is known as "The Grand Resorts of the Seven Seas," and calls at the most popular ports in the Caribbean, Bermuda, Bahamas, Mexico, Alaska, Panama Canal, South America, Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, the Mediterranean, Africa and the Canary Islands.
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 /CONTACT: Lloyd Axelrod or Rich Steck of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., 305-539-6573/ CO: Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd. ST: Florida IN: LEI SU: PDT


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