"Enchantment of the Seas"
Views and Deck Plans

 


         Note: This ship will be renovated in May-June 2005

Sometimes adding inches, or feet, to a midsection is worth celebrating, even boasting about.
This spring, Enchantment of the Seas® will gain a new 73-foot midsection, extending to a total
length of 990 feet and weight of 80,700 tons.

What can you do with 73 more feet? The new midsection will add 151 staterooms as well as
amazing new indoor and outdoor public areas. They'll also be completing an extensive
refurbishment. So come July, an already spectacular ship will hit the water absolutely sparkling
and primed for new adventures. Enchantment of the Seas will offer nothing less than the finest
accommodations, captivating entertainment and innovative activities.
 

Check out what's in store for Enchantment of the Seas
Looking for a sneak preview?  Here are some of the things you can look forward to:

* First things first. Wondering how they're going to add a new midsection to Enchantment of
the Seas?  See for yourself. Innovation in action!


Stretching Animation

* Thrill seekers get ready! They're adding four bungee trampolines to launch the adventurous
guests skyward for unparalleled views and a mind-blowing rush.

* Awe-inspiring arches at the top of the ship support two suspension bridges that span more
than 65 feet on either side of the Pool Deck below.

* The main pool area will be expanded to include two pools, four whirlpools and an interactive
Splash Deck for kids. The Splash Deck features 64 water jets, 40 of which are connected to an
interactive touch pad system so kids can create fountain effects and spray each other to their
hearts' content. At night the Splash Deck will transform into a remarkable fountain with a
fiber-optic light show.

* The Pool Deck juts out over the ocean and features floor windows for an uncanny view of the
ocean beneath.

* With the new bar on the Pool Deck you won't have to stray far from the water to quench
your thirst.

* Latin rhythms, evening dueling piano shows, mojitos and dancing in their Latin-themed
lounge, Boleros.

* Everyone's favorites, Seattle's Best Coffee® and Ben & Jerry's® Ice Cream will be featured
in their new coffee bar and ice-cream shop. While you're there, surf the web or Email friends
back home - tell them what they're missing.

* Getting bigger and better! They're also expanding and rejuvenating the main dining room,
shopping area, casino, jogging track, fitness facility, day spa and art gallery.
 


Maiden Voyage  July 1997
Ship's Registry   Norway
Passenger capacity   2,446
Crew members   760
Gross tonnage   80,700 tons
Length   990 feet
Beam   106 feet
Cruising speed   22 knots

The 2,446-passenger Enchantment of the Seas is a Royal Caribbean Vision-class (Legend, Splendor, Grandeur, Rhapsody, Vision of the Seas) ship.  Take a classy, modern ship, add the exuberance of outstanding nightlife and fitness facilities and you have a cruise ship popular with virtually every type or age of passenger.  With Enchantment of the Seas, Royal Caribbean has proven you can build a large ship without sacrificing the sense of being at sea with this light-filled ship.  Enormous panels of glass throughout bring the sea and sky inside, resulting in a sense of openness.  Cruisers will find a floating resort with a rocking disco and casino and yet also discover a superb library with 1,500 editions, first-rate movies, lounges for dancing and cool jazz, and a wide variety of well-prepared and well-served cuisine.


Main Dining Room

"Ship Shape" Spa Jacuzzi

Orpheum Theater


Latte'Tudes

On Enchantment, Royal Caribbean designed the cabins superbly and they seem larger than the actual measurements.  Standard amenities include color TV with pay-per-view movies & CNN, a secure safe, a lighted vanity, individual temperature control, hair dryer; bathrooms have showers and medicine cabinets; minibars and tubs are found in the highest category stateroom.

Pictured below are those staterooms available for OUR cruise.

Inside Stateroom:
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size),
vanity area, and a private bathroom.
(140 sq. ft.)







Oceanview Stateroom:

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area
with sofa, vanity area and a private bathroom. Also referred
to as Larger Stateroom.
(154 sq. ft.)







Balcony Stateroom:

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private
balcony, sitting area with sofa bed, and a private bathroom.
(190 sq. ft., balcony 36 sq. ft.)







Junior Suite:
 
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony,
private bathroom with bathtub and a sitting area with sofa bed.
Formerly referred to as Superior Ocean View Suite.
(245 sq. ft., balcony 58 sq. ft.)






Grand Suite:
 
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony,
sitting area with sofa bed and private bathroom with bathtub.
Also referred to as Grand Ocean View Suite.
(349 sq. ft., balcony 107 sq. ft.)


 

 

 


Amenities:

Every city has its downtown. The Enchantment of the Seas has its Centrum.  Seven decks tall, there's plenty to entertain the eye at the Centrum.  Lit brilliantly from top to bottom with each deck's floor to ceiling windows, it's something of a skyscraper at sea.  Marble floors sparkle, lush palm trees stand tall, stairs wind their way to the roof, and glass elevators slide down from the Viking Crown Lounge.  Outside of finding everything from shops, lounges, restaurants, and the Purser's Desk, there are plenty of plush areas to sit with friends, enjoy a cup of tea, and watch the world go by.

A favorite bar is Schooner's, a romantic lounge with a charming nautical motif.  There is the Carousel Lounge for ballroom dancing at night, situated aft with ocean views.  The two-deck Orpheum Theatre is a splendid show lounge for RCI's lavish floor shows, with excellent sight lines from all seats.  Royal Caribbean's signature Viking Crown Lounge is located on Deck 11, popular for cocktails when the ship leaves port or as the setting for late-night conversation or dancing.  Panoramic views are the featured attraction of this 360-degree room, located mid-ship.  The Crown and Anchor Study is a relaxing place to note the ship's position and information from the bridge on screen.  The Casino Royale has all the slots and casino games one could seek and is one of the most popular areas at night.  One bar is designated as a cigar lounge in the evenings - the pool bar is often used for this purpose.  Additional public areas include a shopping arcade with three large duty-free stores, a large well-stocked library with reading area, an Internet Cafe, a cards room and even a conference center.


Pool Deck

Centrum

Casino Royale

Carousel Lounge

Cards Room

Library

The two-story restaurant is mid-ship, a light-filled room with plenty of glass for scenic viewing as you dine.  It features a raised platform for a pianist or small ensemble.  While large enough to handle a thousand people per seating, tables are well spaced and the room doesn't feel crowded.  At the forward end of Deck 9 is the Windjammer Café, also with floor-to-ceiling windows, the setting for casual breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as afternoon tea.


Purser's Desk

Rhythm Lounge

Schooner Bar

Champagne Bar

Indoor Pool

Windjammer Cafe

Royal Caribbean stands out in its high level of entertainment, including Broadway revues, "name" performers, and comedians.  Lounge performers are also of high caliber and there are venues for dancing plus disco.  In short, the Enchantment of the Seas is a GREAT SHIP with marvelous facilities and outstanding service.

More "Enchantment" Mini-Views

Internet Cafe

Windjammer

Theater Show

Yoga Work-Out

Sports Deck

Rock Climber

Schooner Bar

Shopping!!

Viking Crown


 Enchantment of the Seas  

New
Deck Plans Below:



Deck Two
Deck Three
Deck Four
Deck Five
Deck Six
Deck Seven
Deck Eight
Deck Nine
Deck Ten
Deck Eleven


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