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4 Night Bahamas Cruise from Port Canaveral

4 Night Bahamas Cruise from Port Canaveral (Orlando)

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)
  • Day 2
    CocoCay
  • Day 3
    Nassau
  • Day 4
    Cruising
  • Day 5
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)

Enchantment of the Seas

Enchantment of the Seas - Royal Caribbean International

Pros

Lots of enjoyable onboard entertainment, a highlight is the parade of flags

Cons

Older ship starting to show wear and tear

Bottom Line

A good value for families with lots of onboard fun


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: January 2019
To avoid the holiday costs we choose the weekend cruise to the Bahamas. I read some of these reviews and warned my spouse to not get his hopes up since it wasn't looking great. Getting on the ship was a breeze, we waited until ... Read More
To avoid the holiday costs we choose the weekend cruise to the Bahamas. I read some of these reviews and warned my spouse to not get his hopes up since it wasn't looking great. Getting on the ship was a breeze, we waited until later in the afternoon and avoided lines. Once on the boat, we went to our room to find the entire level 3 was locked out. This was the biggest downfall of the cruise. We went to guest services and had to wait in the biggest line because both 3 and 7 were locked out. They made everyone get out of line for the safety drill which was frustrating, but we eventually all got into our rooms. They comped the room 25$ for this inconvenience and our first two drinks we had while we were waiting to speak to someone. Dinner the first night was good- the french onion soup was amazing. The waitstaff does a great job remembering drink orders and accommodating everyone. The menu was a variety. My favorite part was we were sat with 3 additional couples, same age, who quickly became our friends. We ended up attending every dinner and hanging out with them the entire cruise. Nassau was an experience, as most islands are. We rented a scooter and went over to explore atlantis (the free areas) and caught some local food before getting back on. CocoCay was a blast. We did not know lunch was served there so we ate at windjammer before getting off the boat (also good). Our favorite part was the floating bar and the atmosphere. It was a day well spent. The pizza in the Solarium was excellent. Always hot and always available. The line was always there but moved along steady. The casino staff was very friendly and helpful if you were learning a new game ect. We did order water bottles to our room and they wanted 5$ which was disappointing. I thought room service was included. I did not attend any of the trivia or bingo but i heard great things about it. Our room was clean for the most part and not too small but not overly big either. The winds picked up at night and the boat was rocky. I felt it the entire time when I don't remember feeling it at all on my cruise 10 years ago. I am still feeling it 2 days after disembarking. We enjoyed the smaller ship because you can get from point A to point B better, but it does not handle the sea as well. Overall great cruise. Met great people, ate great food, and had an amazing time. Even with the couple hiccups I would recommend it. Most of the negative reviews are from nitpicky people. If you enjoy a drink and good company you will enjoy this cruise. Read Less
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Sail Date: December 2018
This was our first cruise - a three day holiday cruise to Freeport and Coco Cay. This ship is clearly older and in need of renovations but not terrible by any means. Ever crew member was friendly and responsive. I found the food ... Read More
This was our first cruise - a three day holiday cruise to Freeport and Coco Cay. This ship is clearly older and in need of renovations but not terrible by any means. Ever crew member was friendly and responsive. I found the food excellent at all times and well exceeded expectations - My Fair Lady, Chop Grill and Windjammer. Susie and Nicola as cruise directors brought a lot of energy to the entertainment and Paul Boland was the highlight. The bike tour on Freeport was average at best despite a very nice tour guide - I wish we were able to visit Nassau and had an excursion to Atlantis. Coco Cay was great - highly recommend you take the first tender off the ship as the lines get very long mid-morning and the lines are also long to get back to the boat - kills a lot of time. Definitely try the wave jet tour on Coco Cay - a blast! I heard we lucky to get to Coco Cay as the last 2 or 3 cruises could not because of the weather - caution to future travelers in December 2019. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
I was looking for a short cruise for warm weather and this did not disappoint. My last cruise was for 7 nights on the Allure and was too long for me. I drove down to Port Canaveral and parked at the port. Within 20 minutes, I was on the ... Read More
I was looking for a short cruise for warm weather and this did not disappoint. My last cruise was for 7 nights on the Allure and was too long for me. I drove down to Port Canaveral and parked at the port. Within 20 minutes, I was on the boat. As compared to boarding the Allure, this was great. The ship was a lot smaller than the Allure but it was not crowded. The gym was a little crowded in the mornings so you had to wait for a machine or equipment. Breakfast and lunch were crowded but it was manageble. The first night was very windy and the ship rocked a lot. Dramamine was necessary. The rest of the cruise was smooth. The excursions at Freeport seemed to be a rip off so I just walked around the port and relaxed on the ship. Next time I will probably rent a car and explore on my own. $70 for a day rental seems to be a better deal. Coco Cay was exactly what I needed. I rented a beach bed. The beds are on the South Beach and are the most remote of all. I rented bed #7, which is the farthest from everyone. You are provided a shuttle which is a quick ride. It would probably take 15-20 minutes to walk. They have a station nearby that will radio the shuttle to pick you up whenever you like. You are provided 2 1 liter bottles of water. There is no food available on this side so I would recommend taking the provided lunch delivered to your bed. It's nothing to write home about but it was sufficient. Next year I will probably rent the bed and also try the jet ski. By the way, when you board the ship on day one, go ahead and select your bed quickly. The island is still under development but it well hidden from view (other than when the pier). The water park should be finished this year. Hopefully it won't take away from the beach view. The buffet food was ok. There were a few things that tasted great. A lot of things were mediocre. You had water, juice, tea as your drinks available. I didn't see a need for the drink package. We took our luggage ourselves to disembark. It seemed like half the ship did the same. Once we started moving, the process was pretty quick. I was off the boat and in my are in 20 minutes. I'm going to go again next year. It will be on the Navigator. Hopefully it will be just as enjoyable. By the way, the entertainment was terrible. It was so bad, you don't feel guilty about walking out during the performance. Fortunately there were other things to do. Read Less
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