Royal Caribbean’s Enchantment of the Seas Restarts Operations from Baltimore

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The “us cruises” is a cruise ship that has been built by Royal Caribbean. The ship was originally scheduled to be delivered in 2015, but the company decided to delay delivery until 2016.

Royal Caribbean and the whole cruise industry have had an exciting year. However, the Miami-based cruise company isn’t finished yet; before the end of the year, another ship, the Enchantment of the Seas, will set sail from Baltimore.

The Vision-class ship will go to the Bahamas and the Southern Caribbean on its itinerary. She is the third ship to resume service this month, after the Grandeur of the Seas’ departure from Barbados and the Brilliance of the Seas’ departure from Tampa.

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Today, the Enchantment of the Seas will sail from Baltimore to Cape Canaveral, where she will arrive on Christmas Day. The final cruise ship to resume service this year has been on a hiatus since March of last year, a period of over 19 months.

Guests will be able to spend two full days at Fun Day at CocoCay on her maiden trip back, as well as a day at Freeport and Nassau in the Bahamas.

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The cruise ship will stay in Baltimore for the full year of 2022 and until March 2023, allowing passengers to take a variety of excursions to the Bahamas and the Southern Caribbean, as well as cruises to Bermuda beginning next year. On January 12, 2022, the inaugural 12-day Eastern and Southern Caribbean cruise will depart.

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Governor Larry Hogan remarked, “We are pleased to welcome the Enchantment of the Seas back to Maryland and the Port of Baltimore.” “The decision by Royal Caribbean to maintain year-round sailings is a great vote of confidence in Maryland and our cruise business.” The cruise port in the Port of Baltimore is conveniently located off Interstate 95, allowing easy access from the Mid-Atlantic to the Midwest.”

Guests may spend three days at sea before landing at Saint Croix, US Virgin Islands, after departing from Baltimore. St. Maarten, St. Lucia, Barbados, and St. Kitts are the next stops, followed by three more days at sea.

Enchantment of the Seas is an older, but still enjoyable, cruise ship.

The 1996-built vision class Enchantment of the Seas may be getting on in years, but she still provides a lot of entertainment. The ship was restored in 2005 and given a major refurbishment, including the addition of a mid-ship extension to make her longer. In 2012, a new restoration brought even more of the contemporary facilities that the cruising public requested.

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The Enchantment of the Seas, with a gross tonnage of 82,910 tons and a capacity of 2446 passengers, is the third Royal Caribbean cruise ship to set sail this month. Grandeur of the Seas sailed for the first time from Bridgetown, Barbados, earlier this month following an operating interruption. She offers 7- and 14-night Southern Caribbean cruises from here.

This month, the Brilliance of the Seas sailed for the first time from Tampa, Florida. She’ll be doing a series of cruises to the Bahamas and the Western Caribbean.

Onboard the Enchantment of the Seas, there are health protocols in place.

The massive spike of COVID-19 cases throughout the globe has undoubtedly raised doubts about whether a cruise is the best decision right now. Those who are concerned, however, may relax. The Enchantment of the Seas, and any cruise ship from any of the major cruise companies, is now one of the safest places to visit.

Also see Royal Caribbean’s Re-Entry Testing, Casino Smoking, and Final Payment Updates.

Guests must be completely vaccinated at least two weeks before to the cruise’s commencement date, as well as exhibit a negative Antigen of PCR test result obtained no more than two days prior to sailing, and masks must be worn at all times inside the ships.

Infections may still develop aboard, as we’ve seen in recent weeks, but cruise companies are doing all they can to discover and isolate such cases as quickly as possible. This seems to be functioning quite effectively in many circumstances.

The arrival of the Enchantment of the Seas expands the number of cruise options available to visitors in the Baltimore region. Carnival Legend sails from Baltimore to the Bahamas and the Eastern Caribbean, whereas Enchantment of the Seas adds Charleston, Bermuda, more Bahamas ports, and the Southern Caribbean to its itinerary.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas right now?

A: Currently, the Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas is docked in Miami.

Is Royal Caribbean sailing out of Baltimore?

A: The company is headquartered in Baltimore, but they do not operate ships from there.

When was the Enchantment of the Seas refurbished?

A: The Enchantment of the Seas was refurbished in June 2017.

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