Nice Service- Old Ship
Enchantment of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas
Sail Date: December 01, 2014
Ship: Enchantment of the Seas
Cabin Type: Inside
Traveled As: Family (older children)
Reviewed: 3 years ago
The ship was in need of a lot of painting, rust could be seen in numerous places. Also, the carpeting was worn, and there was a lot of signs of aging. Such as loose bathroom fixtur3es in the common baths, and cracked glass on the main pool deck. However, the price made this an excellent voyage. The weather was rough in Early December, but we expected that and easily managed the waves. Having cruised on two other cruise lines, I was disappointed in both the quality and the variety of the food offerings. The buffet was lacking several items common on both Carnival and Princess cruise lines. My pork chop in the "My Fair Lady" dining room was very tough, and I could only eat half of it. Another complaint- there was a 16.95 upcharge for beef tenderloin, and a 29.99 up-charge for lobster tail (both free on Princess).
The room was nice, we had an inside cabin on deck 3.and it seemed larger than it was - more than enough room for two adults. Only problem was the leaking sink drain that soaked all our belonging on the first night. It was fixed around 430 the second day- a little late for my liking, but it never leaked again.