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Enchantment of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1887 reviews
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Not so good

Review for Enchantment of the Seas to the Southern Caribbean
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sross6019
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Apr 2013
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Flight to Baltimore was good on AA. Stayed at Admiral Fell Inn. Nice stay and much to do. Spent Saturday, prior to the cruise, in D.C. on a guided tour. Had a good time. Spent Easter in Inner Harbour.

Embarkation: The worse we ever had. Spent over 2.5 hours in line to go through security. Brought 2 botlles of wine and was told that wine was not allowed. When we said yes it was now, we were asked who told us so. We replied RCCL and the sign the gentleman was leaning on. Getting checked in was a breeze and got to our cabin right when they were released.

Public rooms: Even though she was recently "upgraded" we were not impressed. Very dark. The dark red carpet not appealing. Not impressed by the artwork. Husband and I thought she was the uglist ship we had been on. The Centrum is beautiful but waiting for someone to slip and be injured on the stairs since the are marble and hard to see where 1 stair ended and another 1 started. Too much was planned at the Centrum. Viking Crown underutilized during the day. Many activites could have been held there due to space but instead held in small bars.

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