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Enchantment of the Seas Review

My new favorite ship

Review for the Bahamas Cruise on Enchantment of the Seas
6-10 Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Jan 2017
Cabin: Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony

yes this ship is older. It could use a little refreshment in few places but I loved every part of it. It was the perfect size for our group. We could move around and had space to party everywhere we went. I loved the art fixtures everywhere. The color schemes. It wasn't too big. I've done this itinerary many times so I knew what was to be expected but this ship replaced the majesty so it was new to me. We got a free balcony upgrade to 7542. The biggest and best stateroom I've ever had and I had a balcony on the adventure of the seas. Plenty of storage space and a nice set up. A couple rust stains on the balcony. The room was exceptionally clean and our room attendant Pedro took good care of us. The dining onboard was better than expected. The windjammer was pretty good but got crowded during breakfast. The dining hall fair was better and more calm. Especially for breakfast. Chops grill was shockingly good. Wish we had gone back. We had a 75 dollar credit so it was free. The deli in the solarium was good but late night there was a line at times. You could get paninis and pizza. A nacho bar opened late and was good. Bar service was superb. The pool bar was the best for drinks. The weather casted a shadow on the cruise. The wind made us miss coco cay which is the best part of the cruise to me. But it wasn't crowed onboard for the day at sea. We enjoyed the extra time in Key West. This ship has a classic flair that I love. From the centrum to the pool deck. The solarium to the 2 story Dining hall. I loved it and we definitely cruise on this ship again.

Cabin Review

Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony

Cabin D1

Best cabin stateroom I have had and I have been on the adventure of the Seas with a balcony. Plenty of storage space. A safe. A mini fridge that I believe was set up for a mini bar but they left it empty. It never really kept anything cool that I put in it. The balcony had a couple of rust stains but the salt water really beat the ships up. Floor-to-ceiling windows and a sliding door to access the balcony. The room was exceptionally clean and kept exceptionally clean by the room steward. I simply love this room. A huge 3 person couch that was comfortable and I believe it let out to be a bed

Port Reviews


Check out South Beach and the Art Deco District. Wet Willies is a fun place to have a drink also there is Senor frogs. Or you can just go to the beach and hang out for the day. There's plenty of things to do on Ocean Drive Collins and Washington.


We always have fun in Nassau. Grab a taxi or some sort of tour and go visit Paradise Island. Cosi Atlantis. We got into it it took us past the rum Factory, the gray Cliff Hotel which is a cigar Factory and Chocolate Factory and then order a nice place to visit comma and the rum cake factory. Explore the port and its immediate surroundings there is also another Senior Frogs right by the pier that you can visit which stays open late

Key West

this is the most fun I've ever had at Key West. Duval Street is something to see. Lots of bars and shopping and entertainment. Dante's is a nice open-air restaurant serves great food and has a pool and they let you swim as long as you order anything from their menu.

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