I recently completed a 4-night cruise aboard Royal Caribbean’s Enchantment of the Seas. The 4-night itinerary includes stops at Coco Cay, and Nassau, along with a day at sea. I have a full review of the cruise in progress, but it is taking longer than usual to complete because I am including video and scans of each day’s Cruise Compass (the onboard newsletter) as part of my review. In the meantime, I wanted to offer a few thoughts and photos just in case you are considering a cruise on this ship soon.

Overall, the ship is beautiful, and I can confidently say that Enchantment of the Seas represents a major upgrade in sailing accommodations in the short 3/4 night cruise market. The ship was refreshed last year, and the work shows. The interior of the ship is beautiful and well maintained right down to fresh carpets. Additional dining venues like Chops Grille ($30 per person seating fee) and Park Cafe (complimentary) add options for your enjoyment. Enchantment also features what just might be my favorite pool deck in the Royal Caribbean fleet (aside from Oasis and Allure). No Flowrider on Enchantment, but she does have what I believe to be the only bungee trampolines in the fleet. 🙂

If you are considering a short cruise vacation, consider Enchantment of the Seas. Coming soon, my full review of the cruise.

Centrum

Centrum

 

The Centrum's R Bar and Bandstand

The Centrum’s R Bar and Bandstand

 

Ships Docked in Nassau

Ships Docked in Nassau

 

Towel Animals :)

Towel Animals 🙂

 

Sea Day

Sea Day