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Enchantment of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1887 reviews
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Oh to feel so young

Review for Enchantment of the Seas to Bermuda
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barbieboop
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: May 2010
Cabin: Junior Suite with Balcony

Embarkation - breeze, arrived at port around 11:30 and was on ship by noon. I love sailing from Norfolk.

Ship - clean, easy to navigate mid-size ship. Pool area was spacious and plenty of lounge chairs at any given time. Solarium is always a nice place on a RCCL ship. Most of the time people kept the kiddies out of the area, which was nice since we left our teenagers at home for some peace and quiet. Junior Suite was nice size, slightly larger than Carnival's balcolny rooms. Bathroom on the small size and no jacuzzi tub. Lifeboat drill was quick and the staff made it fun for once....reminded me of the Southwest stewardess'. Casino kinda small but enjoyed losing my money there anyway. One night was smoke free, which was a nice touch. Not very many activities on the ship. I found myself wondering around looking for something to do. Fitness area / Spa was ok, suprised they had no saunas or jacuzzis...missed that.

Fellow cruisers - average age of 60+, but a very friendly group. Just made getting around a little slow. Very few kids as school is still in session till mid-June here.

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Junior Suite with Balcony

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