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Enchanment of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

Enchantment of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

If thrill-seeking action or chilled relaxation are your thing – then prepare to be enchanted.

This ship is a member of Royal Caribbean's Vision Class of ships, so named because of its extensive use of glass to create a light and airy atmosphere belying the fact that this is a large liner that can carry almost 2,500 passengers. Fully refurbished in 2005, key features include a seven deck atrium at the heart of the ship. As one of the older members of the fleet this liner is now dedicated to short cruises to the Bahamas.

Destinations and Itineraries

Holidaymakers booking cruises on the Enchantment of the Seas fly to Orlando airport in Florida and board the ship at Port Canaveral, the home of the NASA space centre and close to the theme park on every child's to-do list, Disney World. The next day the ship reaches the Bahamas capital Nassau where passengers can sample island life, head to the marine park or shop for souvenirs.

The next day the port of call is CocoCay, the private island for the exclusive use of Royal Caribbean ships. Watersports, zip wire fun or a spot of leisurely sunbathing form the choices on this day of the cruise. The ship then heads back to its Port Canaveral. Longer four day cruises do not make any extra ports of call, but spend an additional day at sea on the return leg of the voyage.

Set sail on one of the biggest and best ships in the business, onboard the Enchantment of the Seas from Royal Caribbean International.

On Board

On Board

Lots of signature Royal Caribbean activities can be found on board this ship. A rock climbing wall, a jogging track, an extensive fitness centre with a well-equipped gym and a health spa can all be found. The bungee trampolines are also bound to tempt the more adventurous passengers. More traditional attractions include three swimming pools, one on the inside of the ship with a retractable roof and two on deck. There are also six hot tubs, a sauna and a steam room and lots of deck space for sunbathing for those who prefer to unwind.

Kids have their own splash pool and children’s facilities on board the Enchantment of the Seas are rated as being good. The ship's Adventure Ocean programme promises to make kids holidays unforgettable with organised supervised activities from sports competitions to scavenger hunts. Older kids can head to the Fuel teen centre with its own video arcade.

Staterooms

Staterooms

Accommodation options are available on this ship to suit every family and every budget. There are 1,126 staterooms and 240 of them have a private balcony - a further 422 cabins have an ocean view. Standard sized accommodation has plenty of storage space and is well-equipped with a hair dryer, fridge and safe. Twin beds can be converted to create a queen sized double. Royal suites have whirlpool baths and a grand piano and full use of a concierge service as well as priority boarding and departure and a complimentary luggage valet service.

When the ship is full there are 2,446 passengers on board. The 760 international crew members create a ratio of one crew member for every 3.2 passengers. When cabins have double occupancy this ratio is one crew member for every 2.5 passengers, evident on most Royal Caribbean ships.

Dining

Dining

The dining room, My Fair Lady, occupies two levels and offers reasonable food and friendly service and can cater for all of the ship's passengers in two sittings. Alternative buffet dining is available at the top of the ship in the Windjammer Cafe, which serves a variety of hot and cold snacks throughout the day. There is also the Chops Grille, which serves prime cuts of surf and turf and features a menu that changes daily. Cafe Latte-Tudes makes a great place for a pit stop with speciality coffees and pastries. There is also a Ben & Jerry's ice cream parlour, offering sundaes, shakes and smoothies.

Dress code on board is casual and comfortable during the day. In the evening the dress code ranges from smart casual to formal, where ladies are required to wear a cocktail dress and men are expected to wear a dark suit or a dinner suit.

After dinner entertainment is presented in the Orpheum Theatre which shows West End style spectaculars and comedy. Alternative entertainment can be found in the Spotlight Lounge and quieter evenings can be spent in the Crown & Anchor Study. Other attractions include the Casino Royale, the champagne bar and Terrace, the Schooner Bar and Boleros, a Latin-themed nightclub.

Deck Plans & Facts

Deck Plans

You will find all the information you need to know about what is on each deck, find your accommodation, which deck the pool is located on.

Cheap Cruise Holidays

With great offers on a range of cruises, booking with Cruise Thomas Cook is a must. If you’re keen to set sail check out our 2014 Cruises and Last Minute Cruises – or if you’re planning ahead browse our 2015 Cruises. For those setting sail from the UK there’s a number of cruises from Southampton to choose from.

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