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Enchantment of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1887 reviews
4 Awards

Re--lax--ing!!!!!!!!

Review for Enchantment of the Seas to the Eastern Caribbean
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wvagalvaguy
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

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Sail Date: May 2010
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The boarding process in Norfolk was clearly the worst part of the trip. It took us about 3 hours from the time we entered the parking lot (sat there for 1 hour) until we got to our cabin. It was a long, painful process! Although, as I understand it, Royal Caribbean will no longer be going out of Norfolk. Next cruise we plan to try Baltimore.

Enchantment of the Seas, although clearly an older ship, was very comfortable and we enjoyed it. We ended up in the Champagne Lounge when we finally got on the ship. It turned out to be our favorite hang out in the evenings -- our waitress, Carol, knew our name from the first day on -- she was great.

Our room was comfortable and clean. We had previously always requested a balcony, but this cruise elected to try an outside room with a window. We didn't regret our decision at all -- didn't miss the balcony at all.

Cabin Review

great cabin -- no complaints

Port Reviews

San Juan

The last time we went to San Juan we found it to be very quaint -- this time we found it to be kind of dirty and not nearly so appealing. We did not do any excursions, just walked around the town.

St. Thomas

Again, no excursion, just shopping. It is a beautiful island and we enjoyed walking around and browsing in the shops.

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