This Enchantment of the Seas review is from a 3-night voyage out of PortMiami with stops in CocoCay and Nassau, Bahamas.
You know that feeling you get? As soon as you step on board a cruise ship and look around you get this feeling that you’re really going to like the vessel and all it offers? This was my first cruise on a Vision class ship with Royal Caribbean’s Enchantment of the Seas. And the reaction was immediate.
I walked through the 7 deck atrium, known as Centrum, and there was a sense of familiarity. The 82,000 ton vessel might be small by today’s standards, but after 3 days sailing on Enchantment of the Seas I found many benefits to sailing on a cruise ship like this.
It never felt crammed, spaces never felt crowded, and the size of the ship made it easy to navigate as I explored all 11 decks.
Check out a video tour of Enchantment of the Seas I put together:
This video covers every aspect of the ship from top to bottom. At the end of the video you can see a video tour of my stateroom, an ocean view cabin on deck 4.
A little history of the ship
She was built in 1997, but in 2005 Enchantment of the Seas was overhauled. The ship was cut in 2 and a 73-foot section was added, which included trampolines, more pool space, a fountain for the kids, suspension bridges, and 151 extra staterooms.
More recently, in 2012 a few more upgrades were added which included the Park Cafe (right behind the Solarium), a poolside movie screen, flat-screen TV’s in staterooms, and upgraded Wi-Fi across the ship.
With all the hype of newer and bigger cruise shi
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