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Commodore Cruise Line

SS Enchanted Capri

Your Rating:Four Stars
Reviewed by:Kenneth Ekenseair
# previous cruises: 2
Date of Trip: August 4, 1999
Itinerary: Caribbean - Western

This was the second cruise I have done. The first was with the Carnival FANTASY. The most recent was the Commodore Enchanted Capri. If Carnival is the Fun Ship, then the Enchanted Capri was the PARTY SHIP. We had a blast. The crew makes you feel like family. GREAT CRUISE.

Public Areas
The pool area was very nice, clean and well used by all passengers. The pool bar was great and the waiters around the pool area actually could recall from day to day what you drink. That was great. The pool was a very good size, and the entertainment such as live bands, and music piped in was perfect.

Food and Service
The food was outstanding compared to the other cruise I went on. The staff was outstanding. Never to busy to help with or even to pose in a photo. The highlight was the show they put on with the baked Alaska. 5 Stars in my book.

Our outside double was tight but sufficient, with a very large bathroom. The quad my kids had was HUGE. The cabin steward did a great job. Closet space was 1 large locker for hang up with 2 drawers. Each passenger had one. So in a double you had 2 and a quad had 4. Plus a sit down area for make up and such in the room. The shower was huge.

The entertainment was out of this world. We had a comedian that was excellent. He put on two different shows on the 5 day cruise. Also the Band Chee Weez!!! Great show, there were young and old on the dance floor. Along with Caribbean Sound, and the Commodore quartet.

On board I read 2 books in quite little corners, partied till 2 or 3 in the morning. The ship had bingo, horse racing, The Newly Wed Game, Talent Show, Art Auction, tours, Ice carving, vegetable carving, you name it we did it. The stop in Play Del Carmen was to let the passengers doing excursion mainland off. Xcaret is what we did. Great day. Cozumel later that day. The next day Progresso. Small and the only boat to go. So you see some of old Mexico.

Who Goes
Age range was from 21 to 65. A lot of 35 and mostly working people no, hob nob folks. However it was people you could enjoy and have fun with. People you could dance with, and cut up with. Who would I have over for dinner, all but this one old lady who whined about only having 1 formal night.

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