“Incredible New Year 2012-2013”
Cruise review of Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas

gordito Enchantment of the Seas 5 Incredible New Year 2012-2013
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We traveled from Arlington, VA which makes a very big difference when you have to use an electrical wheel chair. Even though it was snowing the check in went nice and smoothly. Our cabin (accessible) was great! Plenty of space and with the needs that had been arranged with the special needs department; in other words, by the time we got back to the room after lunch all was in order. The cruise was sensational: the service in our cabins and at the restaurant (2d. sitting - Table 108)very unique ... the three wonderful individuals, very professional, serviceable and most of all always cheerful and willing to help, In relation to FOOD. it had been a long time since my DW and I had been in a large ship, since 2000 we had been in river cruises (Europe and China) and the improvement of what we remembered (accessibleas cheerfulular; one of the best meals we ever had in a Steakhouse was on Wednesday night at the Chopps restaurant - great food and real great professional service. There is just NO COMPLAINT. We are very glad we cruised in the Enchantment out of Baltimore and are already exploring opportunities for our next cruise with RCCL, out from Baltimore.
Enchantment of the Seas Cruises to the Eastern Caribbean
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Published 01/12/13
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