Ship: Enchantment of the Seas Reviewed: 7 years ago
Embarkation: We did a pre-night hotel stay. Royal Caribbean met us at the hotel the morning of the cruise and registered us there. When we got to the GORGEOUS ship, we walked right on. It couldn't have been simpler. Food Service: Take it from someone who is allergic to shellfish. There really is something for everyone on this ship. All of the fish dishes and the filet mignon were excellent. Our waiter, Engin, spoiled us rotten. We actually have a picture of him feeding one of the children at our table. Kids Programs: Our daughter is under 3, but she was able to participate with a baby sitter or with us. She enjoyed herself. The counselors are so patient and full of fun ideas to keep the kids amused. Best Hidden Secret: The ship's library has a balcony that no one seemed to know about. If you don't have a private balcony, this is a perfect spot to see the views. Overall impression: The Enchantment is a wonderful lady indeed. We would love to sail again. We took the eastern itinerary on 3/5/00. Five stars to our waiter, Engin, our steward, Noel and Cheryl at the purser's desk.
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