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3 Night Bahamas Cruise from Port Canaveral

3 Night Bahamas Cruise from Port Canaveral (Orlando)

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Port Canaveral, in the center of Florida's east coast, is not only the surfing capital of the Atlantic. It is also home to rocket and shuttle launches, the largest sea turtle nesting area in the country, the largest scallop fishery on the planet and a national refuge with more endangered species than any other.

Even with all of these superlatives, most cruise passengers associate Port Canaveral with Orlando, just 45 miles west -- and with Walt Disney World, Universal theme parks and SeaWorld so close, it would be difficult to find a cruise port anywhere that offers access to more theme parks and family-friendly tourist attractions. But, for those who've already had (or care to pass up) the Orlando experience, Port Canaveral is definitely worth a pre- or post-cruise visit.

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Nassau, with its blend of influences from West Africa to England and from Haiti to the United States, is one of the most popular (and often congested) cruise ports in the Caribbean and Bahamas.

The yellow and blue stripes on the Bahamian flag represent the nation's sandy beaches and surrounding ocean, while the black triangle stands for unity and the people's determination to develop the land and the sea. With endlessly developing hotels, resorts and shopping areas, it isn't hard to make this connection in Nassau, the capital of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.

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CocoCay, formerly Little Stirrup Cay, is an island in the Bahamas' Berry Island chain. Located between Freeport and Nassau, it provides 140 acres of private beaches, shopping and activities exclusively for passengers of Royal Caribbean, which has leased the island since 1990. Celebrity Cruises, which is owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., also makes calls there.

Port Canaveral, in the center of Florida's east coast, is not only the surfing capital of the Atlantic. It is also home to rocket and shuttle launches, the largest sea turtle nesting area in the country, the largest scallop fishery on the planet and a national refuge with more endangered species than any other.

Even with all of these superlatives, most cruise passengers associate Port Canaveral with Orlando, just 45 miles west -- and with Walt Disney World, Universal theme parks and SeaWorld so close, it would be difficult to find a cruise port anywhere that offers access to more theme parks and family-friendly tourist attractions. But, for those who've already had (or care to pass up) the Orlando experience, Port Canaveral is definitely worth a pre- or post-cruise visit.

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Enchantment of the Seas

Cruise Critic Editor Rating:
4.0
1,635 reviews
Why Choose Enchantment of the Seas?

Pro

Lots of enjoyable onboard entertainment, a highlight is the parade of flags

Con

Older ship starting to show wear and tear

Bottom Line

A good value for families with lots of onboard fun


Cruise Reviews

2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
Everything was great from beginning to end. Every one on the ship does their job with passion and integrity. The food is quality food, not like the high-salt resort foods. The crew are always cleaning day and night. Room service is ... Read More
Everything was great from beginning to end. Every one on the ship does their job with passion and integrity. The food is quality food, not like the high-salt resort foods. The crew are always cleaning day and night. Room service is provided twice a day. The cabin was kind of small, but you never have to worry about that because the tons of activities they have on the ship make you not want to stay in your room. You might find yourself waking up earlier than you are used to just to get to experience all the fun activities they have planned for the day. The shore excursions are so much fun and there is something fit for every one: families, couples, young groups and older travelers. The Chop Grill is a must. Their steak and desserts (chocolate cake) are not the average. I had pleasure with every bite I took at that restaurant. Plus, the liquor package is so worth it. You get premium liquor like Johnny Walker Double Black, included in it. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: January 2018
Review of my 3rd ride with RCCL. We rode Enchantment of the seas on a 4 night cruise out of Miami. Overall it was an excellent trip. The wait staff, main dining room food and room attendants were phenomenal, as expected. While the boat is ... Read More
Review of my 3rd ride with RCCL. We rode Enchantment of the seas on a 4 night cruise out of Miami. Overall it was an excellent trip. The wait staff, main dining room food and room attendants were phenomenal, as expected. While the boat is in good shape, it does show signs of age (rusty metal around stairs, worn unpainted areas around decks). Amenities on the boat are good, 4 hot tubs, 3 (REALLY COLD) pools, rock climbing wall, bungee trampoline. We really didn't have time to do everything as we chose a 4 day trip with 3 stops. My few gripes are: 1) We paid a premium for a Junior Suite room, which was on deck 8. It was a nice room with a balcony BUT Deck 9 had a restaurant and pool area with tables and chairs right above our room. Every time someone moved a table or chair above our room the noise went right through and it sounded like we were in a bowling alley. This went on until about 1 am every night. Then at 4 am they washed the deck and moved the chairs around, then at 6 am they arranged all the tables and chairs, then at 6:15 am they did it again! EVERY DAY! Word to the wise bring earplugs if you get a room on deck 8. 2) Another gripe was that the pools were incredibly cold. Only the young kids had the guts to go in and swim. 3) No free internet, even for Crown and Anchor members. You have to pay $70 for the minimal package. I needed only 10 minutes online to confirm our airline flight back home since we were at sea and didn't have 4G in port. The rude guy at the customer service desk said they didn't have any free internet options and that I would have to pay full price even through it was the last day (they charge you for all 4 days if you want to sign up). 4) Price of excursions goes up on board so pre-book if you can. Also many excursions can be booked directly with the vendors on shore for much less. For example we booked parasailing in Key West for $99 pp and later found it online on the vendors site for $58. Nice profit for RCCL! 5) Be sure to bring your allotted 2 bottles of wine on board. They charge $9-$13 for a glass of crappy wine on board. 6)THERE IS NO GOOD BEER ON BOARD. I like IPA's and the beer they serve is crappy lawn mower beer for $8 a pop. 7) Not an RCCL issue but back in port in Miami we rented a car from Budget to spend the day sightseeing. BIG MISTAKE. Don't assume that because they have a shuttle you will get a ride. The driver didn't go to the "Car Rental Shuttle" signage area but instead was loading in drop off areas. Never saw him for over an hour. If you want to rent a car, get it from the airport. The National/Enterprise buses were there every 5-10 minutes, where we waited over an hour. Budget/Avis is the worst here. Go with National/Enterprise. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
Short and sweet and good value for the money. My Aunt is a Dimond member with this Royal Caribbean. We loved the staff and how much they attended to our every need. What a cruise line to start out with. My husband and I enjoyed this. The ... Read More
Short and sweet and good value for the money. My Aunt is a Dimond member with this Royal Caribbean. We loved the staff and how much they attended to our every need. What a cruise line to start out with. My husband and I enjoyed this. The next time I will go when its warmer the seas were rough but that is mother nature. Michelle is a excellent cruise director . We enjoyed the shows the food was even better getting on and off was easy and parking in Miami was close and very easy everyone was above and beyond. We were able to make payments on our package and it made things affordable I put 1000.00 on my account and left with 400.00 and shopped on the ship a lot so the bang for the buck was great. We will be a repeat customer as two younger guys we loved this cruise we shared with our mom and aunt. Read Less
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