Enchantment of the Seas cruises out of Baltimore MD which is close to us. This was the first ship we had ever cruised on back in 2010. We enjoyed it back then because it's a smaller ship and we like that. It was also going to Bermuda for a day and we LOVE Bermuda! That being said, unfortunately this ship is very dated and still has most of the features it had when we first sailed on it. We always book a inside cabin because we are hardly ever in our cabin unless we're sleeping or showering. The only difference I noticed in our cabin (3055) was the flat-screen TV. Other than that nothing! Upon first entering our cabin I immediately noticed a nasty smell like sweat and dirty socks! Our mattress was hard the pillows had a sour smell to them and the sheets were either ripped or had those little pill bumps on them which would scratch me while I was trying to sleep! An indication that the sheets were old. The bathroom still features that nasty shower curtain with stains on the bottom. All in All I was not impressed. Our stateroom attendant (Nimo) was the only great thing about it. He was fantastic! Had ice in our cabin every day and our cabin was always immaculate!
The Food -
One of the things I remembered about this ship was the food was pretty darn good! Well that was back in 2010. Fast forward to 2022 and it's equal to basic cafeteria food. The Prime Rib (which was always my favorite) was 1/2 thick and most of it was fat and over cooked. Nothing was like I remembered. I am a retired chef so the meals were very disappointing. Same with the Windjammer. Low quality food selections as well.
The cabin sucked! Smelled bad, old sheets, hard bed and nasty shower curtains! The only good thing was our cabin attendant (Nimo) who made our stay very enjoyable! Don't think we'll be sailing on this ship again unless they update!
One of the easiest ports to embark in! Basically drive, unload luggage with attendants, park in port parking lot, walk in building, go through check in and walk on ship! Easy Peezy!