We arrived at the Port of Baltimore right around 10:30. We met several friends in line waiting for the parking lot to open. After a short wait we proceeded to drop off the luggage, park the car, and head into the terminal building. The staff in the Terminal has the check in process down to a science. Once again, it was a very quick check in and then a short wait for boarding to begin. We went straight to the Windjammer for lunch. We hooked up with some friends and had no problem finding a table. Cabins would be available at 1:30 so we waited in the Internet Cafe. Our Cabin Stewart, Jose, came by and introduced himself and asked if we had a special requests -- we needed more pillows. He made sure our cabin was made up right after we left for breakfast and dinner. We started to unpack our carry-on since our luggage hadn't arrived yet. This was unusual because it has been at our Cabin before when we arrived. Muster Drill was very short; in fact, it was shorter than the time we spent waiting for other passengers to arrive. Then off to the Sail-Away party where Katrina (Activity Director) got everyone dancing.
At dinner we met our Waiter, Santos, and Assistant Waiter, Mylene. I have nothing but great things to say about this duo. They are probably the best wait staff we have had yet. They got to know all of our names and our individual needs. We had three great sea days. It was warm enough the first day for people to be in and around the pool. I played Bingo and we visited the Casino a lot. Since we were in a Grand Suite we had access to the Concierge Lounge. Reyno, the Concierge, had emailed us prior to boarding outlining the Perks with a G.S. He acknowledged everyone as they entered and made you feel welcomed. The Lounge is very small and you have to get there 15-10 minutes early to get a seat. Since we were traveling with friends we split our time between the Concierge Lounge and the Viking Crown Lounge where they held a nightly Diamond Event. The crew on EOS is the very best; they go overboard to make sure you have a good cruise. They all say Hello and have a smile on their faces. The food was okay. RCCL has gone downhill in that department. We went to CHOPS twice and that was excellent. EOS is showing her age but doesn't detract from your cruise experience. She is due for dry dock in December.
We went to five different Ports. Tortola, St. Maarten, St. Johns, St. Thomas, San Juan, and Labadee. We rented a Cabana at Barefoot Beach. This was our third time renting and it was great. The upgraded buffet was very crowded since LOS was also there and Nellie's Beach guests were able to eat at the upgraded buffet.
We had a wonderful time coming back into Baltimore. We love the sea days. There is always something to do. The Quest was played on the fifth day instead of the next to last. It was the night before a Port and that made for a very late night and early morning. Disembarktion was extremely easy and we were off the ship and home by 9:30am.
Once again a great time was had on Enchantment. Looking forward to sailing on her again. A great bunch of Cruise Critic Members made the trip even more enjoyable.