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Enchantment Of The Seas, Royal Caribbean

ENCHANTMENT OF THE SEAS TECHNICAL FACTS

Entered Service:
July 1997
Length (ft/m):
989ft/301m
Beam (ft/m):
105ft/32m
Decks:
11 (guests)
Number of Passengers:
2,730
Number of Crew:
852
Number of Swimming Pools:
3
Size:
82,910 Gross Tonnage

ABOUT ENCHANTMENT OF THE SEAS

Ship Amenities

The ship’s fully loaded with recreational amenities and a forward-thinking yet classic design. You’ll be able to walk around and enjoy the sea views from the outdoor promenade, or visit the Viking Crown Lounge at the top of the atrium lobby to relax with a view of the swimming pool deck. The pool deck itself is a prime centre for leisure and entertainment, with a variety of outdoor pools and a splash zone with 64 water jets to play with. Navigation is a breeze with the digital Wayfinder screens you’ll find strategically placed around the decks. Centrum is the atrium lobby, filling several levels with everything from passenger service counters to an art gallery, coffee shop and cocktail lounge. Boutique shops and a library complete the onboard amenities here.


Cabin Amenities

Choose from several different layouts and price grades when you stay on Enchantment of the Seas, starting with interior cabins and spread out into spacious suites. All include en-suite bathrooms with showers as well as a hairdryer and plenty of mirrors to maximise the space. Most standard cabins feature twin beds, which you can convert into a single queen-sized bed if desired.


Dining Options

My Fair Lady Dining Room is the primary restaurant you’ll find on Enchantment of the Seas, spreading out over two decks connected with a grand staircase. Passengers can choose between the flexible My Time Dining scheme or choose a set dining time for dinner reservations. Should you tire of the classic and continental menus at My Fair Lady, there are plenty of other specialty restaurants to choose from. Enjoy prime steaks, veal chops and seafood at Chops Grille, or visit the Park Café for casual deli cuisine including pastries, sandwiches, soups and salads. The Windjammer Marketplace is another top destination for casual fare. This international buffet-styled restaurant seats up to 790 passengers, with cheerful décor and expansive ocean views.


Entertainment

Evening bring a varied range of entertainment, starting in the Orpheum Theatre. Positioned in the forward section of the ship, it seats up to 875 guests and is the place to be for large production shows and cabaret acts. At the aft of the ship is the Carousel Lounge, showcasing adult cabarets and comedy performances. You’ll have plenty of options when it comes to bars and lounges, all featuring live music to keep your toes tapping in the evenings. There’s also a Casino Royale with slot machines and table gaming if you wish to test your luck.


Sports and Wellness

Whether your aim is to keep fit or relax, Enchantment of the Seas offers extensive spa and fitness facilities. Visit the modern gym to find an array of cardio and weight pumping machines, or head to the aerobics room for a programme of exercise classes. Start your day with yoga or Pilates to get your energy levels up! Vitality at Sea is the ship’s spa, including 13 private massage and treatment rooms as well as a couples’ massage room. There’s also a beauty salon and plenty of sauna and steam rooms to help you fight stress on your holiday.


ENCHANTMENT OF THE SEAS REVIEWS

Enchantment of The Seas

First Taster Cruise.

ENCHANTMENT OF THE SEAS

Thomas, Isles of scilly on 30th Aug 2017

It was our first ever cruise. e have sailed with other cruise lines and been lots of places but the RC are still number one for entertainment, food, decor, activities, in fact everything!

Enchantment of The Seas

1st Experience And Best Experience.

ENCHANTMENT OF THE SEAS

Bakvis, Aberdovey on 13th Aug 2017

some things which made it special: the waiters in the restaurant new you and when you arrived your drink was already coming. the room attendant knew your name was always friendly

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