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Enchantment of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Our first, and likely not our last, with Royal Caribbean

Review for Enchantment of the Seas to the Bahamas
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LoriVG
2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Jun 2018
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Traveled with children

This was our first cruise with RCL and we all really enjoyed it. The food was great, the service was impeccable, the ship was really clean, and it was an overall wonderful experience. We had a balcony cabin and that helped quite a bit with not feeling claustrophobic, esp. with 4 of us in the room. Each day, they would put up the ceiling bed and fold out couch for the teens and each night, they would come in and make those beds. While all ship bathrooms are small, this one seemed well laid out. I was also surprised as to how many storage spaces that were provided. I would still recommend bringing some magnet hooks for drying swimsuits.

Everything went pretty smoothly, even when we travelled through 2 storms, nothing missed a beat. We were on the 8th floor towards the middle of the ship and we really couldn't feel too much difference in the rocking as we went through the storms. We were able to keep on schedule for the different ports.

Cabin Review

Cabin Balcony

The balcony cabin accommodated 2 adults and 2 teens. We all enjoyed the balcony and glad that we did that upgrade. We were able to find enough storage spots for all of us. The fold out ceiling bed was a pretty cool trick; it was put up during the day and taken down and made by the steward at night, as was the same for the fold out couch.

The room was kept neat and tidy and we had no issues with it.

Port Reviews

Perfect Day at CocoCay

The island is beautiful. We did encounter a large stingray and some sharks, but they did not bother us. The sandbar allows you to walk pretty far away from the shore and still be waist deep in water.

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