Enchantment of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas


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3 out of 5

eh; not bad, not exciting; just ok

Sail Date: April 20, 2015

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

we had a nice time; all of the crew, guest relation people and servers were really professional, energetic, and nice.  However, there were times Bingo didn't work; or something would be printed on the itinerary and it was a mistake.  The ship seemed older and worn.  And the entire time we didn't feel like we could totally relax because people were always trying to get you to buy things like make reservations at the restaurant that was not included, so very expensive and extra money to eat at; or like when we used the spa services the people were nice but were just pushing the products they sell the whole time- the private island was ok but awkward to find your way around and the free food there was not good; it felt like a day at a summer camp for adults-  it was nice that we were docked so long in Nassau; you had an entire day and evening to roam around.  The medical staff had odd hours so if i felt sea sick i would just have to go to guest relations and while they were all very nice there were never enough of them to help the line of people.  oh if you go on this cruise btw don't get coffee at the windjammer cafe; get it in the main dining room- whew-

Ship Quality
in the theater the carpet was worn; our couch in our room looked old and worn; over all the ship was ok but for sure looking worn out
Food and Dining
the main dining room was very good; the buffet was ok, we didn't try chops because it's not included and very expensive-
Service and Staff
all fo the staff was very nice/helpful
The performers were great i just am picky and did not like the material they did
Children's Programs
we did not take childern so not sure- but this ship was mainly older couples who go on crusies all the time because they live in FL
Onboard Activities
Destinations and Excursions
the private island was not that great- Nassau was nice-
Cabin / Stateroom
it was a nice size; the couch was obviously older/worn; the bathroom smelled a little musty like there was mold, it looked like there was mold in little cracks around the shower doors; but in places i'm sure are hard to clean for the cleaning crews-- the balcony was nice- there was a lot of storage for the small space-
Port Canaveral, Florida
eh it's a big port with tons of hotels and cars and people
Cococay (Cruiseline's Private Island)
eh; this was nothing to write home about- it was nice to get off of the ship- that's about it-
Nassau, Bahamas
if you are in good shape then skip the tours guids, get a free map and walk to the forts on your own check out the Jon Watlings rum place on your own, have cash on you if you want to go to the straw market-


on the last day if you have any questions for guest relations go to their desk super early because there will be a really long line - they do not have food 24/7, if you want a mid night snack you have to go all the way up to the 9th floor and there are little sandwiches and pizza.

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