Enchantment of the Seas cruise ship to Port Canaveral

Enchantment of the Seas. (photo: wiki)

Royal Caribbean International announced yesterday that the 2,446-passenger Enchantment of the Seas will replace the aging Monarch of the Seas in Port Canaveral on April 25, 2013, offering guests three and four night Bahamas itineraries.

Before home-porting to Port Canaveral year-round Enchantment of the Seas will go through Royal Caribbean’s signature Royal Advantage Program adding: an outdoor movie screen, Chef’s Table, ship wide WiFi, concierge club, diamond club, digital signage, flat screen TV’s and a nursery.

Royal Caribbean is transferring Monarch of the Seas to sister cruise line Pullmantar next spring.

Enchantment of the Seas will offer a 12-night Southern Caribbean repositioning cruise from Baltimore to Port Canaveral before kicking off service in her new Florida home.

Grandeur of the Seas will replace Enchantment in Baltimore.

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  • Isaac Williams

    Has anyone researched how the Directors of Port Canaveral are trying to destroy/band off site cruise parking sites? They have now instituted a toll ONLY for off site parking shuttles. Now they are trying to band them from bringing customers into the port area. They charge $15 a day for parking (91% profit margin) and provide no real services to cruisers. The Cruise Ships seem not to care BUT if each customer saved $50-$90 in parking each ship could make an additional $100,000 per cruise. The local off site parking places have been working hard to meet a real need for cruisers.

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  • Chuck Theodora

    Monarch of the Seas was fun. We saled her 4 times and LOVED it.