Enchantment of the Seas
Caribbean from Texas & Puerto Rico
Slightly larger than her sisters in the Vision Class, the Enchantment of the Seas enjoys a blend of Mexico and the Caribbean or shorter jaunts to the Bahamas from either of Orlando or Galveston.
From early 2021 the Enchantment of the Seas will be calling Baltimore home as she replaces the Grandeur of the Seas for itineraries sailing the Caribbean from Maryland and the Northeast.
Expect to dress casually for the most part, swim wear is not welcome outside of any pool deck and shorts are reserved for breakfast and lunch only. Smart casual, consisting of collared shirts for men, blouses or dresses for women, might be more appropriate during the evening. Although jackets and other more formal dress is welcomed for dinner, true formal dress is reserved for those evenings specially designated as "Formal". Expect 1 such evening on 3-5 night sailings and 2 on 6-7 night sailings. Be aware that up to 3 Formal nights may be scheduled and that the schedule is delivered at the ship's discretion. At no time are bare feet or tank tops in any main dining or specialty dining spaces during dinner service.
Daily rates vary on cabin category and are applied to all individual guests regardless of age. The daily rate is per person in USD, $14.50 for Junior Suite cabin categories and below, $17.50 for all cabin categories at Grand Suite and above. The rate may be pre-paid or automatically added to their SeaPass account. There is also a rate for beverages, mini-bar items, and spa or salon purchases of 18%.
Ship's Registry Bahamas
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