By the Caribbean Journal staff
Royal Caribbean International’s Enchantment of the Seas has returned to homeport in Port Canaveral, the cruise line announced this week.
The 2,950-passenger Enchantment of the Seas had previously been homeported at Port Canaveral until 2016.
“Port Canaveral is proud of its partnership with Royal Caribbean and we are excited that the Enchantment has returned to our Port with a lineup of exceptional sailings,” stated Port CEO Captain John Murray. “We value our long-time relationship with Royal Caribbean and gratified for their confidence in our delivery of a top-notch experience for cruise guests.”
The shop will be launching a new season of three and four-night Bahamas cruises, including stops at Royal Caribbean’s CocoCay private island in The Bahamas.
“We are excited to bring Enchantment of the Seas back to Port Canaveral,” said Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International. “With three- and four-night itineraries to the Bahamas, Enchantment is the perfect short getaway from Port Canaveral.”
Enchantment is one of Royal’s Vision-class ships; it recently underwent a refurbishment project that added new restaurants and bars.