Royal Caribbean International has replaced its famous Bahamas cruise ship, Monarch of the Seas, with the new and improved vessel Enchantment of the Seas. The new liner takes over Royal Caribbean’s year-round, three-day-and-four-night Bahamas itineraries. The Enchantment was Seas was overhauled in December of last year and now has updated drinking and dining options, improved rooms, modern facilities, a program of fun activities for the whole family, and much more. The ship also features a digital upgrade and now guests can enjoy bow-to-stern Wi-Fi service, flat-panel TVs in every stateroom, and interactive digital signage. The Enchantment of the Seas sails every Monday and Friday from Florida on short Bahamas itineraries, calling at Nassau and CocoCay, Royal Caribbean’s private eco-friendly island paradise, where guests can enjoy beautiful beaches, a colorful craft market, and a variety of water sports.
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