Ship: Enchantment of the Seas Reviewed: 7 years ago
Our family sailed on April 1, 2001, on the Eastern Caribbean itinerary. We were very impressed with the smooth embarkation, and were able to enjoy lunch before departing. We were also very impressed with the on-shore excursions and the ports of call, except for St. Maarten, as it was full of poverty. The food was excellent, and our tablemates were another family, much like ours', and we enjoyed their company. The entertainment was excellent, including magicians, singers, dancers and performers. The ship was in pristine condition, which was very impressive, as the crew has only about four hours between cruises. I reccomend this ship to families and couples.
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