Enchantment of the Seas

3.8 out of 5
Price: $ $ $ $     Size: L     Refurbished: 4 yrs ago    
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Enchantment of the Seas is a large ship, carrying 2446 passengers and 873 crew, and sails from Miami, Florida.

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robertoblumenfe says ...

my family cruise

it was a nice and beautiful cruise. Vessel is something old and need improvements. room... Read more
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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
3 out of 5

my family cruise

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

it was a nice and beautiful cruise. Vessel is something old and need improvements. room was clean but not enough specially balcony door.

nevertheless all trip was well planed, same as Coco Cay trip.

 

 

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Contributor Level: Purser
5 out of 5

Great Ship!

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

The staff was amazing on the ship!!! We enjoyed the dinning and the entertainment. The city tour in Nassau was great, Bahamas. Absolutely loved Coco Cay, Bahamas. We also enjoyed kayaking at Lazy Dog Adventures in Key West, Florida.  

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
5 out of 5

Excellent Cruise

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

My favorite part included going to the islands and experiencing the culture. There were a lot of great activities to do onboard as well! Since this was my first cruise I had no idea what to expect but, the excesses every expectation I could've had. 

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
2 out of 5

Old boat

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Large Group

This boat is very old with not much to do . Everything is latin, and there isn't much of a variety of Of music.  But, the staff is awesome . The food is OKAY, but if you go with the right set of friends/family... you'll have a great time.  

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
1 out of 5

Excursions

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

I would have to say my favorite part of the cruise was the different excusions. The entertainment on the cruise was very boring. It seemed like the selection  only catered to an older audience.  The meals were very blend in taste besides the breakfast. 

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Contributor Level: Purser
4 out of 5

Perfect weekend getaway...

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Singles/Friends

I was hesitant about going on a 3 night cruise since I am an avid cruiser and like at least 5 night cruises... but my friend and I decided that we really wanted a weekend getaway and this cruise seemed like a good idea.

Pros: I was very pleased with the activities onboard. I thought that because it was a shorter cruise, we would be missing out on all the fun stuff - but they still had the bellyflop, sexiest man, late night comedian show, musical/ dance show, 70's party, Quest, and all of the game shows a 7 night cruise had! The cruise staff was very friendly and the food onboard was surprisingly good. (Windjammer was actually better than the main dining room! Evelyn/ Ruel in the main dining room are the best waiters I've had on any ship!!) My favorite thing about the cruise was the excursion at CocoCay - we rented the beach bungalows and it was totally worth it. 

Cons: The barstaff did not seem like they wanted to be there... and a little boy was drowning and none of the pool staff seemed to be around. When we finally dove in and saved the boy, the pool guy came and said "oh yeah thanks." That was pretty scary. The cruise is also very old so you can see rust in a lot of places - especially if you have a balcony. And the last con would be that a lot of people were seated incorrectly (wrong tables, wrong times, etc) during the dinner hours in the main dining room - that and the wait was EXTREMELY long. We had a 9pm seating one day and they didn't seat us until 9:40. Even though these things happened, the cruise was still a perfect getaway and worth going on!

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
3 out of 5

Good experience

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

We loved the activities, food was very good, but no smoked salomon ( lux)?? I was very surprised, I travel a lot and cruises always have it. 

Everyone was very nice, good service, pleasant ppl.

coffee and ice cream area need to be cleaned more frequently.

besides that it was a great experience!

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
2 out of 5

Royal Caribbean Cruise

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Had a 3 days cruise, picked through AA.Com Website. Check in process was great.  Had booked a junior suite, was dingy, smell from the couch, large dirty stains on the couch and foot rests. Smelly old rug. The decor of the suite and the ship was of 90's era. Price payed for the room could not be justified. First night had dinner at the My Fair Lady dinning hall, seated promptly, ordered Steak, took 35 minutes to get it, was Luke warm with just boiled Broccoli and Carrots and bland mash potatoes, it was no steak meat but just a piece of beef, could not finish and then ate at Windjammer buffet. Next night had dinner at Chops Grille Restaurant, had decent decor and great service, food was lot better there. Next day had Chef's Table dinner with 6 other guests, must say was a great multiple course meal. All three dinner I paid were not included in the cruise price. On general food quality was average at buffet. In entertainment Comedy shows were good. Overall experience average , would not recommend Enchantment Of The Seas to any friend or family. Despite its refurbishing still an old ship. 

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Contributor Level: Purser
4 out of 5

i would do it again

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I loved this cruise it was fantastic.  It was just the right length for those of us that get homesick.  The itinerary was perfect.  The ship size was just the right, not to big and not too small.  The food was excellent in the dining room.  I loved the poolside theater .

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Contributor Level: Purser
5 out of 5

Great First Experience

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This was my first cruise, and it couldn't have been a better experience. The ship was immaculate; the staff was friendly; the food was delicious. In the main dining room, we were seated at a large table with other people. We thought we'd hate it, but we loved getting to know them. Now I know why people who cruise tend to do it regularly. I'm already planning my next trip.Happy

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DECK SIX

Deck 6 features the upper level of the Orpheus Theater, Centrum Shops, Photo Gallery, Photo Shop, Art/Auction Gallery, Art Gallery, Cafe Latte-tudes, Next...

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DECK TEN

Deck 10 features the Bungee Trampoline, Vita Course, Adventure Ocean, Teen Center, Video Arcade, Royal Babies and Tots Nursery, the Jogging Track, the...

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DECK NINE

Deck 9 features the Windjammer Cafe, Outdoor Movie Screen, Kids' Splash Pool, the Main Pool, whirlpools, Island Bar, Sports Pool, the Solarium, Solarium...

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DECK FIVE

Deck 5 features the lower level of the Orpheus Theater, Casino Royale, Boleros Lounge, Shore Excursions, Guest Services, and the upper level of My Fair...

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caitlinwood1
Contributor Level: Purser

The Solarium is the place to be! Not even sure I want to share this tip! There are no children allowed, which made it a wonderful place to relax by the indoor pool and spas while the weather outside was awful! In the Windjammer, FIND YOUR TABLE FIRST! It gets crowded, get your table before food!

gt0523a
Contributor Level: Purser

CoCo Cay: If you want to relax, rent a cabana-ette. Good for 2 people, comes with 2 beach loungers, 2 floating beach mats, 2 bottles of Evian & fruit. There is a bar. You have to take a ride to it, so it's like a private beach. There is decent snorkeling in the waters (saw a lot of fish).

Vee
Contributor Level: Third Mate

I would recommend if you enjoy a quiet breakfast and to beat the rush go early 7 am sit in the pool area it's so nice and quiet you get an amzing view of the ocean it's wow...

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Price

L

Size

Jul 1997

Built

4 yrs ago

Refurbished

2446

Total Passengers

2.80

Crew to Passenger Ratio

11

Number of Decks

1142

Total Cabins

66

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