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    Nov 1996
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    Dec 2012
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Enchantment of the Seas overview

Experience the ultimate Caribbean getaway aboard Enchantment of the Seas. Built in 1997, it was last refurbished in 2017 receiving Oasis-class upgrades. Although it's one of Royal Caribbean's smaller ships, it still offers a big variety of activities and entertainment. Enchantment of the Seas is a Vision-class cruise ship and is outfitted for family fun. Passengers can enjoy three pools, bungee trampolines, an interactive splash zone, and plenty of adult entertainment, ranging from stand-up comedy to dance parties.

The latest updates added new specialty and complimentary dining venues, updated nightclubs, and brand-new entertainment concepts. The complimentary stage shows will have you tapping your toes as you sing along with some of your favorite musicals and radio hits. From grandparents to grandkids, Enchantment of the Seas offers nonstop adventures. Travelers will enjoy a wide assortment of complimentary activities and restaurants that work for the whole family.


Enchantment of the Seas cruises depart from Galveston, Port Canaveral, and San Juan to destinations across the Caribbean and the Bahamas. It's 3- to 7-night itineraries visit ports of call in the southern and western Caribbean. Stops include Cozumel, Mexico; George Town, Grand Cayman; and Basseterre, St. Kitts. The ship also sails weekend getaway routes to the Bahamas and Royal Caribbean's private island Perfect Day at CocoCay.

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Why sail? Royal Caribbean's Enchantment of the Seas is the perfect choice for a romantic Caribbean cruise, a weekend getaway with friends, or a value-oriented summer vacation. This ship has sizzling nightlife and enough activities to entertain the whole family. It's also suitable for couples and retirees who prefer a quieter cruising experience.

You should know: This Royal Caribbean ship doesn't offer the same over-the-top amenities and activities as Royal Caribbean's newer ships.

What is there to do on Enchantment of the Seas?

Thanks to the 2017 updates, Enchantment of the Seas' onboard activities are better than ever. There's more duty-free shopping, an expanded pool deck, and a splash park for kids. Passengers will also enjoy some classic Royal Caribbean amenities, such as rock climbing and the Adventure Ocean kids club. An overview of the ship's activities wouldn't be complete without mentioning the four bungee trampolines. These securely propel travelers more than 35 feet above the jump zone on Deck 10.

Enchantment has an exceptional variety of adult activities whether you're in the mood for drinks, dancing, or relaxing. Theme nights and Latin Fiesta parties give you an excuse to leave your seat and tear up the dance floor. If you're looking for a quiet place to catch some rays or unwind, you can always retreat to the Solarium or the Vitality Spa.

Ship Highlights
  • Three pools and six whirlpools
  • Interactive H2O Zone water park
  • Four bungee trampolines
  • Rock-climbing wall
  • Teen club and activities
  • Adventure Ocean activities
  • Arcade games
  • Poolside movie nights
  • Original Broadway-style shows
  • Golf simulator, table tennis, and basketball
  • Jogging track and Vita Course fitness stations
  • Nine complimentary and premium dining venues
  • Bars and clubs, including R Bar and Boleros
  • Adults-only Solarium


There are more than 1,100 staterooms. Like other Royal Caribbean ships, passengers can choose from interior, oceanview, or balcony cabins as well as suites. Standard Enchantment of the Seas dining offers a streamlined selection of options with an emphasis on complimentary venues. Complimentary dining included the Windjammer Marketplace buffet, My Fair Lady main dining room, and Park Cafe. For an extra fee, the friendly baristas at Cafe Latte-Tudes can satisfy your caffeine cravings. Other premium options include Royal Caribbean's ever-popular Chops Grille steakhouse and the limited-seating Chef's Table, which serves a tasting menu and sommelier-selected vintages.

Enchantment of the Seas ratings:

  • Cabin / Stateroom 4.1
  • Children's Programs 3.8
  • Destinations and Excursions 4.0
  • Embarkation and Disembarkation 4.3
  • Entertainment 4.1
  • Food and Dining 4.2
  • Onboard Activities 4.0
  • Service and Staff 4.6
  • Ship Quality 4.1

Enchantment of the Seas cabins

1142 cabins and 23 cabin categories.

Inside cabin


(155 Reviews)
Avg. Cost: $83/night
Oceanview cabin


(141 Reviews)
Avg. Cost: $96/night


(38 Reviews)
Avg. Cost: $175/night


(38 Reviews)
Avg. Cost: $232/night

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Enchantment of the Seas dining



(16 Reviews)
Chop''s Grille

Chop''s Grille

(37 Reviews)
Windjammer Marketplace

Windjammer Marketplace

(43 Reviews)

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Enchantment of the Seas onboard activities

Concierge Lounge

Concierge Lounge

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Sports Pool

Sports Pool

(2 Reviews)
Liquor and Sundries

Liquor and Sundries

(3 Reviews)
Champagne Bar

Champagne Bar

(1 Review)

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3535 Enchantment of the Seas Reviews

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Mostly Good by wpwhite212

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Although we were disappointed about the fog delay and not getting to Cozumel. we have agreed that we will take another cruise next year.

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Great experience despite the weather. by laticiarob

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Excellent experience throughout my stay on the boat. Entertainment was awesome and service was well beyond my expectations.

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Great Cruise too many children by wjtraveler

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Great cruise, wonderful staff on Enchantment. Great food and service in the main dining room. Avoid Chops Grill, excellent food with poor service at an extra charge. Enchantment OTS is a small ship without much for children to do. We could not dance in the evening because of the children running and jumping on the dance floor. This used to be a good cruise for adults. I don't know if it was the short cruise or kids go free week but it wasn't for me.

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1073 Enchantment of the Seas tips

May 06, 2015

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!

May 14, 2015

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).

Apr 30, 2015

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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