RCI recently announced the Enchantment of the Seas itinerary change for 2013 since she has now replaced Monarch of the Seas at the Port Canaveral, which is to be her new home from now on. She will join Freedom of the Seas, and is the first time in four years that the Royal Caribbean has brought a new ship to the port.
It will not matter if you are an everyday vacationer or a corporate traveler, the recent Enchantment of the Seas refit will cater to most needs. There is a host of new features to enjoy on this revitalised ship, such as improved dining options, most of which are complimentary, new programs for children, such as the new Adventure Ocean kids program and a new partnership with Fisher-Price and Crayola.
Whenever we go away most of us just want to switch themselves off, but for those who still needs to keep in touch with things back home, then you’ll be pleased to know that RCI has upgraded the WiFi on Enchantment of the Seas, so will now cover the entire ship.
The main pool now has an outdoor cinema, which is something most new ships have, so was obvious this refit was going to include this. For those of you who wish to burn off those calories while on your cruise, then the new fitness centre will appeal to you.
Enchantment of the Seas is to set sail on Monday and Friday, where she will begin mini-cruises to the Bahamas, calling at ports in Nassau and CocoCay.