Enchantment of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Somewhat Disappointed

Review for the Southern Caribbean Cruise on Enchantment of the Seas
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Mar 2022
Cabin: Interior

My friend and I chose this cruise because it sailed out of Baltimore, so we didn't need to fly. This cruise was rescheduled twice. The best thing is that by the time of our cruise, masks were no longer required indoors. Our ship was fully vaccinated.

Enchantment is one of their oldest ships and it is in need of refurbishment. Much of the furniture is very dated. We had issues with the sliding door to the balcony. It was very hard to open. They actually had to replace it. We also had issues with our safe that started the day we boarded. Even though you put in the correct code, it wouldn't open. Maintenance came up 4 times to open it. They replaced the battery twice. Finally, their supervisor said if it happened again they would replace the safe. I'm sure it has happened by now to the people who followed us.

The food was not up to their usual standards. Steaks were sometimes just a quarter of an inch thick. They had two different schnitzels, on different days, in the Windjammer, and it was mostly breading with a very thin slice of chicken or pork.

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