Enchantment of the Seas
A younger sister ship to Grandeur of the Seas, Enchantment of the Seas was put into service by Royal Caribbean in 1997. Following an inaugural season in Europe, Enchantment of the Seas has been deployed in the Caribbean, year-round.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
THELMA MAIORANO 67 34 Caribbean29 users found this review helpful.
First of all we love cruising from Baltimore. It is an easy port to get in and out of. Our drive is only about an hour from home. We have cruised on the Enchantment when she was only 6 months old...read more
Bob Bender 57 17 Bahamas82 users found this review helpful.
This being our 17th cruise (all with RCCL), I can honestly say that this was by far our worst cruise ever!! This ship should be condeemed by the health department. The entire ship reeked of septic...read more
Chris 28 3 Eastern caribbean37 users found this review helpful.
My first cruise out of baltimore and it was great! The service was excellent in all aspects. The enchantment had plenty of entertainment available at all times and it made for a great 9 days...read more
Tara 36 1 Baltimore-New England- Canada29 users found this review helpful.
I was on the same cruise as Jeffrey, a few reviewers below me... In fact, I remember Jeffrey from trivia. I, too, took some minor entertainment in the trivia sessions, as there was not much else...read more
Karen A 42 42 Bahamas43 users found this review helpful.
A horrible experience that I will never subject my family or clients to again. Royal Caribbean should be ashamed of themselves. BOARDING Boarding on the 19th of December was very well...read more
Ellen 13 1! none20 users found this review helpful.
Our family vacation this year was aboard the Enchantment of the Seas. It was our first cruise and overall, it was very fun! We had a balcony room which was very convenient to sit out and look at...read more
Brendan Conway 16 10 carribean29 users found this review helpful.
I loved the ship even though it was an older ship but was still really nice. Being that i live in Pennsylvania and the cruise terminal was in Baltimore the trip only took less than 2 hours The...read more
Jeffrey 44 15 New England16 users found this review helpful.
Boarding was efficient. However, nothing was open but the Windjammer Cafe. This meant long lines and no tables. I did the only logical thing: bought a soda card and started drinking diet...read more
william smith 61 2 new england17 users found this review helpful.
We enjoy cruising but will never even consider another cruise with RCL The ship was very clean but there is stains on the carpeting. We were very disappointed in the food. The first night we...read more
John Voelkel 77 6 New England12 users found this review helpful.
Leaving from Baltimore is a positive. Cabin attendant was very good. Meals were ok. All other cruises had provision for Catholic mass. This cruise had only a inter denominational service. As...read more