“Enchantment of the Seas 3 nite Bahamas”
Cruise review of Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas

DanGarry Enchantment of the Seas 5 Enchantment of the Seas 3 nite Bahamas
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Very nice weekend getaway. 1 day in Nassau, one day at CoCo Cay. Outside cabin with window, floor 2, ample space, clean, quiet. This is our 4th cruise, our 1st 3 niter. Would definitely do this one again, Nice short getaway out of Port Canaveral. Close to MCO, rented a car and less than hour drive to port, parkngo. On the ship by noon, food was out, nice lunch by the pool. Cabin was ready about 1:30. Chose My Time dining, made reservation in the morning, never a wait, food was excellent, server (Val) was excellent. Ate dinner one night in the specialty restaurant, filet was to die for.

Entertainment: Cruise director: Marc was fantastic!! He hosted the marriage game, it was hilarious. Also a comedian Steve Smith, he did an evening show and a late night adult show, both very good. A broadway variety show was also featured one night, very good.

Ports: Nassau took a cab ride to Atlantis $4 pp, spent the afternoon there on the beach and in the casino.

CoCo Cay: Beach, live music and barbecue. Plenty of lounge chairs and nice clean beach area.

Casino: Crowded and busy.

FYI There was a variety of age groups on this ship, not many kids. The ship has an indoor and outdoor pool with live entertainment on the pool deck while at sea. Never had a problem finding a lounge chair. Towels were readily available.

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Published 02/10/14
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