Enchantment of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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7+ cruises


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4 out of 5

RCC to Bahamas

Sail Date: May 03, 2013

Reviewed: 4 years ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Balcony

I had done RCC one other time and I do like this cruise line. I never seem to pick newer ships to cruise on but this older ship was much more manageable for finding your way around and with the addition it was really very.nice. The on board shopping was limited but there was some. I wish I had known the solarium also had breakfast as I would have enjoyed going there and enjoy the quiet. The cruise was too short to enjoy all the ship had to offer. The dinning room was very nice and the waiters and manager were extremely nice. Had a little mishap I. The dining room and they were very apologetic and concerned. Could not have been any nicer. Venito was our waiter and he was very sweet. Al out at the pool bar was really good with the drinks and friendly. I have done three private islands at this point and I have to say coco cay is the best. I could have spent more time there. I was sorry the sea was too rough for my parasail but respect theirs decision to cancel due to the rough seas. I would recommend this line however I would skip Nassau but that is just a personal preference I think Mexico holds better ports of call and still close for a short cruise
Ship Quality
Very nicely maintained
Food and Dining
Food could have been hot but flavor was good. Salmon was perfect.
Cabin / Stateroom Out attendant was really nice and attentive
Service and Staff
Everyone we came into contact with was helpful and friendly
Children's Programs Did not use this
Onboard Activities Didn't use this
Destinations and Excursions
Nassau could be skipped and nothing missed.


If your looking for a quiet breakfast go to the solarium. Best kept secret.

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