Enchantment of the Seas will sail to Bermuda, Bahamas and the Caribbean.
The Enchantment of the Seas, originally built in 1997 and extensively refurbished over the years, will begin sailing today from the Port of Baltimore.
During its first cruise beginning on Dec. 23 the ship visit two ports in the United Sates and two in the Bahamas. The eight-night itinerary features stops in Port Canaveral and Key West, in addition to Nassau and Freeport before returning to Baltimore on Dec. 31.
The Enchantment of the Seas was stretched in 2005. During a 31-day drydock, the vessel received a new 2,939-ton midsection that increased its capacity to 2,250 guests. The stretch also added new public areas and features, including a bungee trampoline, the Latin-themed Boleros Lounge and the Splash Deck interactive fountain play area for kids. In 2012, during another extensive drydock, the vessel also received new dining options such as the complimentary Park Café where guests can grab gourmet sandwiches, salads and more. Another addition was the R Bar, a retro-inspired bar in the ship’s atrium that serves craft cocktails from expert mixologists.