Enchantment of the Seas Cruise Review by Skippylu
- Sail Date: June 2018
- Destination: Bahamas
- Cabin Type: Interior
Our family group of 8 ranging from 17-59 yrs old all agreed that we might be looking to switch cruise lines in the future to find a new Paradise. We don’t want to go back to Coco Cay again. Our group all use our photos at Coco Cay for screen savers on our phones. Who wants a spoiled Paradise with water slides and screaming kids? Not us!
As far as the Enchantment of the Seas, it is a smaller ship and a little run down probably over the new ships. We had muliple cabins for our group in the same category. Some had different upgrades. One cabin had a shower curtain and another had shower doors. Doors were nice to keep water contained in bathroom. One had a safe that you could set your own code for access which was so much better than the one that you had to slide your sea pass for access. We had 4 people in one cabin and only 1 persons card could open the safe.
The food was very good, but wish they had a little more variety each night. Our service this cruise was slower than on past cruises.
The singers on this cruise were the best we’ve every heard! The juggler/comedian was excellent too. Also Bobby was a great cruise director.
For a starter cruise with no passport needed, I would recommend it. Just go soon before they change CoCo Cay before Paradise is spoiled. We don’t use the RC shore excursions and book our own to save $$.
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