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4 Night Bahamas Cruise from Port Canaveral

4 Night Bahamas Cruise from Port Canaveral (Orlando)

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)
  • Day 2
    Nassau
  • Day 3
    CocoCay
  • Day 4
    Cruising
  • Day 5
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)

Enchantment of the Seas

Enchantment of the Seas - Royal Caribbean International

Pros

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

Cons

No adventurous attractions, like waterslides or ziplines

Bottom Line

A good value for families with lots of onboard fun


Cruise Reviews

1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2019
I choose this cruise because of the destination and the pictures on the web. However, I quickly found out that this boat was not at all how it looked on the site. The paint was peeling on the wall of the boat inside and out. Crew was ... Read More
I choose this cruise because of the destination and the pictures on the web. However, I quickly found out that this boat was not at all how it looked on the site. The paint was peeling on the wall of the boat inside and out. Crew was painting areas of the boat throughout the trip. The boat had nothing exciting to do. The arcade only had 4 games. It was the size of a closet. The pool was over run by children day in and day out. The hot tubs were consistently occupied by children And they were supposed to be open 24 hours but were closed each day before the pools as well. This was not a boat for couples or married pple. Only families with small children. The food was less than average and our beds were like sleeping on a slab of concrete. We had back pains every morning and tossed and turned all night. Cococay Beach was horrible. It was under construction and there was basically nothing to do there at all. Nothing like we expected. Total disappointment. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2019
We chose Royal Caribbean based of off the vibrant brochure and commercials we wanted to go on a cruise thought wld be full of excitement. First off our room was incredibly small the shower was very small the shower head would fall off and ... Read More
We chose Royal Caribbean based of off the vibrant brochure and commercials we wanted to go on a cruise thought wld be full of excitement. First off our room was incredibly small the shower was very small the shower head would fall off and the water didn't go down the drain completely which left it with a uncomfortable smell. The bed is like sleeping on the floor extremely painful to sleep on. Dont be confused by the pictures of the ship it is a very dull and unappealing sight. When we were on our final destination the pictures and television showed us an amazing view of a beach with a waterpark but when we got there the beach looked like a construction site there was no waterpark just a bunch of signs saying coming soon. The food was decent but again not as advertised. Also there is no iron in your room they wont tell you that but instead they will let u get ur clothes pressed for a small fee...found that out the hard way. The crew was the best thing about the cruise. We will not be going on anymore Royal Caribbean cruises I'd rather get on a raft and pedal myself than to go on another Royal Caribbean cruise. Never been so excited to get off of vacation Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
We loved our cruise on Enchantment of the Seas! We were so completely happy with everything and do not have a single complaint!! We are already thinking about our next possible cruise vacation. It really felt like an excellent value for ... Read More
We loved our cruise on Enchantment of the Seas! We were so completely happy with everything and do not have a single complaint!! We are already thinking about our next possible cruise vacation. It really felt like an excellent value for our family ... there were 9 of us including 4 children ages 10-17. We had 3 interior cabins on deck 2, slept 3 in each and were very happy with our accommodations! The rooms were clean and there was plenty of room to store/hang our clothes and to slide our empty suitcases under the beds. Two of us had cruised in the past on Royal Caribbean and had certain expectations ... we were incredibly pleased that they were met including the towel 'art' in our cabins on nights 2 & 3. I had read many of the reviews on this forum (they made me so nervous!) and yes, the ship shows its age if you look critically, the windows are not sparkling clean, there were no ice sculptures, lobster and filet mignon are only offered for an additional charge in the main dining room, it doesn't have as many features as the bigger newer ships ... but none of those things affected our enjoyment in any way. We watched YouTube tours of the ship beforehand so we knew exactly what this ship did and didn't have ... we were originally thinking of going on the newer Mariner of the Seas (that looked amazing!) but that was more expensive and was going out of Miami. Since we already had our vacation dates planned and flights to Orlando booked we had limited cruise options that fit inside those dates. Next time we're going to pick the cruise first and plan our whole vacation around it rather than squeezing a cruise into our existing vacation. Enchantment was going out of Port Canaveral and the dates worked. The staff were so friendly and helpful. There was an abundance of delicious complimentary food available. We ate dinners in the main dining room using My Time dining ... we had 7:45pm reservations that allowed us to watch the sunset on deck each evening. On the final evening our table wasn't ready on time but that worked out in our favor as we were able to watch the International Parade of Flags and then still be in the dining room late enough for the Farewell song by the chefs and waitstaff. We loved our waiter Venice! And the food was delicious. We ate breakfast and lunches at the Windjammer Cafe and were very satisfied! Next time we will need to eat a dinner in the Windjammer Cafe since the buffet looked amazing. The 'barbecue' buffet lunch on Cococay was also impressive and delicious. We loved Cococay! We paid for the glass bottom boat excursion but it was cancelled due to the weather (it was windy and the sea was choppy) so instead we swam and snorkeled in the shallow waters at the beach, using the free lounge chairs. The new pier being opened was great ... it made getting off and on the ship so easy. 7 of us were first-time cruisers and there was a little seasickness ... even though we had very gentle seas, you still feel the motion, especially when sitting in the dining room. I don't understand how some people claim you don't feel anything ... I definitely feel the motion - it doesn't make me sick, but it's a little weird until you get used to it. Using seabands helped. The whole process was really easy - we booked through a travel website which offered us $50 onboard credits for each cabin, we used the Royal Caribbean app to check in and printed our own luggage tags. None of us had passports but we all have Enhanced Driver's licenses so that was fine for the Bahamas and birth certificates for the kids was all that was needed. Getting on the ship was fast since we had done everything online using the app and then we kept our luggage on the last day so we left the ship after eating breakfast and had no wait at all. Getting into the port we accepted the services of a luggage porter who put all our suitcases on a cart and took us through customs right away instead of having to wait in the long lines with the people who chose not to use a porter. He brought our luggage to our rented van in the parking garage. We gave him a tip and that was $ well spent ... it probably saved us 45+ minutes! We did our research and knew what we wanted to do at each port and on the ship and were prepared for what the costs would be. We brought water bottles to refill on board so we didn't need to spend $ buying water bottles or other beverages. Plus on Cococay there are complimentary beverage stations. The complimentary coffee, tea, ice tea, lemonade and other juices were perfectly fine for our needs. We purchased a few drinks at the bar and some wine at dinner but didn't bother with drink packages. (P.S. I noticed that drink packages and excursions are much cheaper if you buy them in advance rather than waiting until you are onboard.) We had an awesome time! The weather was beautiful, sunny and warm except it got a little chilly the first 2 nights with the ocean breeze. We really feel we got our money's worth. Thank you Royal Caribbean!! Read Less
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