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Enchantment of the Seas

Cruise Critic Editor Rating:
4.0
1,871 reviews
Why Choose Enchantment of the Seas?

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: October 2018
I chose the cruise because I needed the points to advance to diamond. Overall the crew was very friendly and most helpful, especially my room stewardess, Carole. I did notice that the furniture in my cabin and in the public spaces ... Read More
I chose the cruise because I needed the points to advance to diamond. Overall the crew was very friendly and most helpful, especially my room stewardess, Carole. I did notice that the furniture in my cabin and in the public spaces looked worn, tired. I really think a refurbishment is in order. Our stay at Coco Cay was cut short (correctly) due to heavy ground swells that would have made tendering dangerous. The Captain made the right choice. we went right to Nassau and had an overnight. I highly recommend the All Access Tour. Well worth the cost. Areas included the engine control room and the bridge. A bit of walking and some stairs to climb but overall worth it. Pictures were allowed but not video and security was with us for the engine/bridge areas. The biggest negative (and it is the same with all cruise ships) is the cost of WiFi. To me it is a rip off. I suggest you contact your carrier (ATT, Verizon, etc.) to see what packages they might have to offer. Read Less
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Sail Date: September 2018
I don't know if it's the same on all the smaller ships of Royal Caribbean, but the quality of everything is definitely not the same as on their larger ships. Food: the food was not that great at all, it seemed like everything that was ... Read More
I don't know if it's the same on all the smaller ships of Royal Caribbean, but the quality of everything is definitely not the same as on their larger ships. Food: the food was not that great at all, it seemed like everything that was served in the main dinning room (My Fair Lady) was overcooked and lacked in flavor (with the exception of the steak on the last night of the cruise). Even the food in the Chopped Grille was nothing to boast about. Entertainment: The entertainment in the Centorium was okay. The entertainment in the Orpheum was not so great with the exception of the of the entertainer that was there on Wednesday night. Excursions: the beach excursions were great, quite frankly they were the only saving grace of this whole trip! Airport Transfer: We had to buy our airport transfer the day we got to Orlando. Spent 15 minutes just trying to find the Royal Caribbean kiosk so we could purchase the tickets. Embarkation was smooth after that. Disembarkation was a disaster. When we bought our ticket for the return airport transport, we were told that we would be off the ship by 830 and at the airport by 10 am. Needless to say that didn't happen. We had a number 2 tag which meant our group would be called to disembark at 830 am, they didn't call our group until 9 a.m. By the time we got off of the ship and through customs it was 930. We ended up having to spend another $150 to change our flight because there was no way we would make it on time. So instead of getting back home early (3 pm) we spent most of the day at the airport and didn't get home until 9 pm. We definitely will not be sailing on this ship again. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2018
We love to sail Royal Caribbean and this fit into our plans. We had just came off of a Carnival ship the day before we boarded Enchantment OTS. We could not help but to compare the two ships. We loved Enchantment. It is easy to get ... Read More
We love to sail Royal Caribbean and this fit into our plans. We had just came off of a Carnival ship the day before we boarded Enchantment OTS. We could not help but to compare the two ships. We loved Enchantment. It is easy to get around the ship. Show ( we only saw one) was good. Food was excellent in Chops Grill. Food was ok to excellent in the dining room. We preferred breakfast in the Windjammer due to the many choices. Our cabin was 7127, an inside. Nice and cozy. Even though we were midship, we could not hear the music from the centrum in our room. We went to Coco Cay ( Private island of RC) and Nassau. Coco Cay was nice, albeit we were soaked in a rain storm. The snorkeling was good farther out by the life guards. Hubby saw and swam with a sea turtle. Lunch was tasty on the island. Tenders were fast and steady at getting us off and on the ship. Nassau ..we just walked around shopped. We were the only ship in port. We had never seen where there was only one ship in port. Debarkment ( self assist) was a little hairy as the ship could only open one gangway instead of the normal two. The tide in Port Canaveral was high and did not allow the second gangway to be open. We had to snake outside the theater to then come in the theater to walk deck 5 all the way to midship, go down a flight of stairs and then off the ship. It was hot, muggy and a organized mess. If you could not do a set of the stairs then there were 2 elevators to use. Read Less
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