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Enchantment of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Review for Enchantment of the Seas to the Bahamas
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travelbagg
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2015
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Traveled with children

My husband & I are experienced cruisers & we decided to plan a family reunion with our two sons & their families on a cruise ship. One of our daughters-in-law had never cruised & preferred to try a short cruise, so we chose Royal Caribbean's Enchantment of the Seas with very low expectations. Our group consisted of 2 seniors, 4 adults & 3 children ages 4,5 & 7.

We stayed at the Hampton Inn in Titusville, FL the night before the cruise & found it very convenient & pleasant, about a half an hour drive to the cruise port. They also offered discount parking coupons for pier parking.

Embarkation was very quick & pleasant, we boarded about 11:30am. Halls to the cabins were closed, so you couldn't drop anything in your room. Cabins were available about 1:30. Windjammer café was very busy & crowded, we chose to avoid it for the rest of the cruise. However, food was good & very large variety to choose from. Found the Park Café in the Solarium much better for breakfast & lunch & late nite snacks. The ship was in surprisingly good shape, clean & well maintained.

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Perfect Day at CocoCay

Well worth the extra cost, especially for a family group. Not directly on the water, but a short walk away. Safe place to leave your stuff.

Nassau

Small boat, about 30 passengers, not crowded. Saw lots of fish. Good for children.

Port Canaveral (Orlando)

Port very clean & easy to get around. Parking convenient & close.

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