Majestic had a number of spacious second cabin staterooms situated aft on A-deck. (Author's collection.)
The two person stateroom A95 was one of the few which had its own private toilet and shower facilities. (Author’s collection.)
Majestic’s second cabin passengers enjoyed a number of spacious public rooms that put some of her competitors to shame... (Author's collection.)
... Among these were the smoking room, (seen here, Author's Collection) the writing room, gymnasium, lounge, reading and writing room, ...
... the dance floor and reception area (Author's collection).
The passenger decks were served by a single elevator accessed from the entrance hall. Majestic’s second cabin entrance was plush - ‘a handsome lobby’ as the White Star Line described it. (Courtesy Daniel Klistorner.)
As well as enjoying an enquiry office, barber’s shop, purser’s office, and dispensary, a number of second cabin staterooms were fitted for only two people. (Author’s collection)
The second cabin dining saloon was spacious, and had seats for 360 passengers according to a December 1921 plan (printed in German before the ship had even entered White Star’s service). (Author’s collection)
Many second cabin passengers enjoyed staterooms which had their own sea views - shown here in orange - while there were a number of public bathrooms available on E-deck. (Author’s collection)
The original owner of the second cabin plan appears to have occupied stateroom F64, highlighted here in black ink. The cinematographer operator’s stateroom can be seen at the top right of the plan; a large number of two person staterooms were situated on this deck. (Author’s collection)