Ship profile: Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas
The solarium aboard Royal Caribbean's Enchantment of the Seas. The ship begins sailing from Baltimore in 2010. (Photo courtesy Royal Caribbean International)
Ports of call: Bermuda, Eastern Caribbean, New England and Canada, Florida, Bahamas
Sailing dates: Begins cruises from Baltimore in June 2010
Built: 1996, refurbished in 2005
Gross Tonnage: 80,700
Length: 990 feet
Guest capacity: 2,446 guests, 840 crew
Features/amenities: The ship offers plenty of activities, including a rock-climbing wall, bungee trampolines and a splash deck (an interactive play fountain). When you're ready to relax, there's a spa, salon, solarium, three pools and six whirlpools. Entertainment includes a Latin-themed lounge, casino, themed bars and an open atrium with boutique shopping. Adventure Ocean is the place for fun and games for cruise guests ages 3 to 17.
Restaurants: In addition to the main dining room, Chops Grille is a place reservations required - to celebrate special occasions. For more casual fare, including burgers, sandwiches and salads, guests can try Windjammer's Cafe. Other specialty dining includes a coffeehouse and a Ben & Jerry's scoop shop.