EOS may be an older ship, but it's elegant and reminiscent of the splendor of bygone eras. It is easy to see why Royal Caribbean has such a loyal base of customers. I doubt I will ever step foot on another Carnival cruise ship. Enchantment's shows were wonderful, the service exceptional, and the overall experience joyously unforgettable.
The Windjammer Cafe is the place to eat! The dining room is fancier, and the waiters are very good, but the food is rather ordinary and not always warm and the portions are tiny. If you don't mind buffets, like larger portions and more variety, then Windjammer is for you.
Paul, our bartender on the pool deck, was wonderful. And what a hard worker! He never forgot our names or what we liked to drink.
35 square feet smaller than Carnival, and quite a bit plainer....probably the only part of the cruise I wasn't crazy about. Still, with the amount of time spent there, it's not really something to complain about.
Port Canaveral is so easy to get to from across the state (we live in Crystal River). It takes only about 2 hours, so we never felt rushed. I am so glad we opted to park at the dock rather than utilize off-site parking, even though that would have been significantly cheaper. This was so convenient, quick and easy.