Enchantment of the Seas Cruise Review by montpa: Older but friendly
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Older but friendly
Enchantment of the Seas is an older ship but everyone overlooked that because of the wonderful service. Every employee was gracious and friendly and Captain Gus was a gem. Our Stewart, Milton was a gem and our waitress, Noemi and assistant waiter, Jose were wonderful. Enjoyed dining at 5:30 every night.
The windjammer was packed at times as there is not enough seating. The same with the theater. Had to go to the theater an hour early to get a seat. Viking Crown lounge was beautiful and quiet to watch the world go by.
We experienced hurricane Katia on the first day of cruising and Maria on the last day but not bad. We have experienced worse days at sea. Captain Gus warned us of rough seas.
Tendering in Bar Harbor was a nightmare. Waited for an hour for a tender along with lots of other people. Enchantment needs to improve this process as we lost lots of time on land by standing in line.
Easy boarding in Baltimore. We elected to carry our own bags off More and once we docked, were at our cars in 10 minutes. Less
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Cabin review: Enchantment of the Seas Superior Oceanview Stateroom Deck 7 7630
Lots of storage. Our room was noisy at night because we were over Schooner Bar and could hear the piano and singing. The music did stop by midnight. Balcony was normal and big enough for us to relax.
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