From bungee trampolines to rock climbing walls, Royal Caribbean’s Enchantment of the Seas is a Vision-class cruise ship operating two Caribbean cruises weekly from Port Canaveral, Florida…
Enchantment of the Seas innovative split-superstructure design ensuring there are both inward- and outward-facing staterooms meaning guests can have either an oceanview of people-watching view.
There are several different categories of suites available from the standard windowless interior rooms (41 sqm), to the family cabins (79 sqm). All staterooms rooms have a flatscreen interactive TVs, a vanity, hair dryer, sitting area, and mini fridge. Bathrooms are pleasant and functional, with sizable shower stalls.
Interior Staterooms have a sitting area, two twin beds or one queen-size bed, TV, telephone and safe, private bathroom with shower, vanity area and hair dryer, and room service is available 24 hours a day.
The Superior Oceanview Staterooms have an Oceanview balcony, sitting area, two twin beds or one queen-size bed, TV, telephone and safe, private bathroom with shower, vanity area and hair dryer and room service available 24 hours a day.
The Large Oceanview Stateroom has a private balcony, sitting area with sofa bed, two twin-beds or one queen-size bed, TV, telephone and safe, private bathroom with shower, vanity area and hair dryer and room service is available 24 hours day.
The Junior Suites have a private balcony, a TV, telephone, minibar, safe, private bathroom with bath, vanity area and hair dryer, full breakfast, lunch, dinner room service, complimentary concierge service, priority check-in, priority departure and complimentary luggage valet service.
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line’s Enchantment of the Seas enjoyed a massive overall in 2005 adding a 22m section, 151 new staterooms, outdoor trampoline bungees, suspension bridges, an expanded pool area, a 64-jet interactive fountain area for children and floor windows allowing unobstructed views of the ocean below.
Did you know?
- Tonnage: 82 910
- Number of Cabins: 1126
- Number of Cabins with Verandas: 248
- Number of Passengers: 2252
Enchantment of the Seas was ‘stretched’ in 2005, including a 22m-long part by cutting it in two mid-ship and slotting in the section.