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
Sonya Sonya 28, Chris 30 First Cruise Western Caribbean
Stateroom: Our room was great! We had a balcony and loved it! One morning we had coffee and danish on the balcony while watching the ocean. There was also plenty of storage in our room for our...read more
Connie Lewis 52 3 Eastern Caribbean1 users found this review helpful.
Weather was great except for Monday. Had to spend it indoors, but gave us a chance to explore the ship at beginning of cruise. Also had some rain in Nassau on Sat., but cleared up by...read more
H. Michael Ball 41 to 50 3 to 5 Eastern Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
This was the third cruise for my wife and I, having sailed on The Crown Princess (Feb. 1999) and the Regal Princess (Feb. 2000) Both were 10 day cruises to the Mexican Riviera. These...read more
Dr Stuart Rosenkrantz 41 to 50 2nd Cruise NOT FOUND
This cruise was a very poor value. The ship is very beautiful and the service is excellent. The food and entertainment are so mediocre causing me to rate this cruise a thumbs down....read more
Linda Beasley n/a 1 Eastern Caribbean1 users found this review helpful.
Linda Beasley Analyst S hip: Enchantment of the Seas 2000 You must cruise on the Royal Caribbean, Enchantment of the...read more
Tom & Mary Milano Over 70 11 to 20 Cruises n/a7 users found this review helpful.
TomandMaryMilano@Yahoo.com Enchantment of the Seas...Eastern Caribbean May 2, 1999 We were overwhelmed with the beauty and the elegance of this ship. Whoever designed...read more
Tom Doran 30 3 Ft. Lauderdale, Key West, Cozumel, Costa Maya, Grand Cayman6 users found this review helpful.
Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean the Seas Sailing Date: January 26th , 2003 Having cruised with RCCL twice before on Sovereign of the Seas and Adventure of the Seas we decided...read more
Karyn Kasi 31 to 40 6 to 10 Western Caribbean1 users found this review helpful.
The cabins are on the small side, but it's not too bad; they're very well designed. Even with 4 to a room, we weren't overly cramped. The bathroom was tiny, and the shower provided some...read more
Maria and James Posman 31 to 40 3 to 5 Western Caribbean3 users found this review helpful.
I have read many reviews and postings on RTC about Port Everglades area hotels. The general consensus was Amerisuites but unfortunately, I waited too long to book. I did get 3...read more
Byron and Regina Wade 31 to 40 First Cruise Western Caribbean
We made our our air arrangements through our travel agent and left Raleigh, NC for Ft. Lauderdale with a stop in between to change planes in Atlanta, GA ( Yes, we flew Delta!)We...read more