Majesty of the Seas with a sick Pullmantur's Sovereign Ship Tour 5 months ago   16:11

Royal Caribbean Cruise ship Majesty of the Seas departing Key West Florida at dusk with a sickly sounding horn blow at 5:00 mark. Copyright 2018.

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Michael W
Poor thing, going on her in Dec for my New Years cruise..
Her old horn has been open to the elements for so long it's lost its edge but like explorer and navigator of the seas they'll replace the horn soon enough.
That should have been a no sail item for those who know.
Money Vs. Tastebuds
Wow that is horrible maybe because it's such an old ship
Susan McDermott
4:58 start listening! 🤣
marlene StR
Wasn't sure what to expect sick as in good or bad lol now I know 😆
Kimmy 🌴
😂 I wasn’t sure if the “sick” was good or bad so I had to hear for myself! 😂😂🤦🏻‍♀️
Lisa Alexander
That is just pathetic.
michael meyer
Man got to get that fixed.
laura nicholas
That is one sad horn. Pretty darn funny.
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Pullmantur's Sovereign Ship Tour Majesty of the Seas with a sick 5 months ago   03:37

Cruise Capital's editor, Jordan, takes you on a tour of the beautiful Sovereign, operated by Pullmantur.

Built in 1988 for Royal Caribbean International as the 73,000 GT Sovereign of the Seas, it was once the largest cruise ship in the world. The ship was transferred to Royal Caribbean’s Spanish subsidiary, Pullmantur, in early 2009 and now operates cruises in the Mediterranean and South America.

The ship caters predominantly for Spanish-speaking guests, but don’t let that put you off trying a cruise on Sovereign with Pullmantur. The crew speak English, drinks are all-inclusive, and the cruise fares are superb value for money.

To read our in-depth ship tour review of Pullmantur's Sovereign, visit: