Enchantment of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean's enchanting Vision Class ships. Carrying only 2,400 passengers, she may be one of the smaller ships in the fleet, but she certainly packs a punch.
The Viking Crown lounge offers cruisers 360° panoramic views, while enjoying a glass of wine or wonderful cocktail. The trampolines and rock climbing wall will keep the more active of cruisers busy, and with more than 2 acres of glass onboard, the views will keep everyone enchanted.
The ship boasts shops, a casino, bars, restaurants, a theatre, fitness centre, pools, whirlpool and internet café- more than enough to keep you entertained throughout your cruise. Coupled with comfortable cabins and amazing deck space, there’s everything you need onboard Enchantment of the Seas to help you build memories that you won’t go forgetting in a while!
The cuisine and dining options onboard Enchantment of the Seas are exactly what you would expect from a 4-star Royal Caribbean cruise. The My Fair Lady dining room offers the usual multiple-course, classic cruise cuisine and service, while the Windjammer Cafe is the ship's 24-hour casual dining option.
If you are looking to treat yourself, Chops Grille is the onboard steak house, while the California Vineyards offers an elegant, romantic setting and fine wines. Latte-tudes is where to head for your favourite coffee and pastries, while Ben & Jerry's, serves, well, Ben & Jerry's ice cream to all!
The entertainment onboard Enchantment of the Seas is both fun filled and varied. For a relaxed evening, there are the Broadway-inspired shows in the theatre or the ship’s martini bar, the Schooner Bar. There is also a great selection of lounge bars onboard, offering speciality coffees, cold beers and cocktails throughout the day, or if you fancy a flutter, head to the casino and see how lucky you can get on the slot machines and games tables.
Schooner Bar- Classic cocktails and live piano music
Families are perfectly catered for onboard Enchantment of the Seas, with a range of activities that will get everyone together and having fun. For those feeling a little daring, there's a rock climbing wall that will take you to new heights or a bungee trampoline which will send you soaring over the ship. Alternatively, for something a little more leisurely, the arcade is always a hit with families who challenge each other on the retro and modern games.
In addition, there are several programs onboard specially designed for the younger guests:
Royal Babies and Royal Tots- playgroups aimed at those between 6 and 36 months.
It’s hard to think of a more relaxing way to top off a cruise holiday than by treating yourself to a trip to the onboard spa. With an extensive menu of treatments, from body wraps to facials and massages, you’ll leave feeling rejuvenated and ready to face the working week once more. In addition, for those who like to stay active, even during their downtime, the ShipShape Fitness Centre is fully equipped with everything you’ll need for a light bit of exercise or a full-blown workout.
2 swimming pools, one indoor/outdoor with sliding glass roof
As exciting as days exploring the fantastic destinations may be, there is also plenty to discover during the day onboard Enchantment of the Seas. With 2 swimming pools, one with a sliding glass roof to protect against the elements, and 6 jacuzzis, simply lay back and let your worries and stresses float away as you soak up the sun and watch the world go by.
Inside the ship, guests will find everything they need during the cruise, including an internet café, library and several shops where you can pick up anything you’ve forgotten, or grab a holiday treat at amazing duty-free prices.
Our children surprised my husband with a cruise to the Bahamas for his 50th birthday. We boarded on his birthday which was September 4th Labor Day. This cruise was scheduled for 5 day 4 nights and was supposed to visit Coco Cay and Key West but because of hurrican Irma our destinations were canceled and we headed back to Miami a day earlier. Now that's when it became interesting. Upon our return to Miami there was no way home to Maryland. No plane, train, bus, car, gasoline, nothing. Royal Carribean allowed us to stay on the ship for an extra 5 nights to ensure our safety from Irma. The Captain, Cruise Director, Activity directors and even the CEO Mr. Michael Bayleh was outstanding. Quality service, with care and love and respect. The entire crew staff on the entire ship treated is with the utmost respect and was very comforting. My husband and I had no worries at all pertaining to our safety. We highly recommend Royal Caribbean to everyone. We look forward to cruising again real soon.
We sailed on the Enchantment of the Seas and loved it. When we arrived at the pier, we were immediately greeted by the porters who took care of our bags for transfer to the ship. When we arrived to our room we found it to be cozy from a space perspective. There were enough room for our clothes and our luggage. We ate in the Windjammer most days, and everything was delicious. The entertainment was hilarious, as we loved the Austin Powers Lookalike performance, he is so funny. The look of the ship was sparkling and every thing was sparkled. And I also loved the rock wall. We had lovely time.