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Welcome to Your Favorites, where you have the opportunity to share your travel experiences with fellow Internet Travelers around the world.

Commodore Cruise Line

SS Enchanted Isle

Your Rating:Four Stars
Reviewed by:Marchita Wilson
# previous cruises: 9
Date of Trip: July 17, 1999
Itinerary: Caribbean

I will go on the Enchanted Isle every time I cruise. It is just like family. No glitz, I love the causal atmosphere. I have been on this ship twice and will be making it my third in April 2000 and my fourth July 2000.

Public Areas
The public areas were very comfortable. I could relax without a crowd, gathering around in the same spot. There is enough space for everyone. After a full day I preferred the Sky Lounge. The casino was fine for the space that is. Pool N/A

Food and Service
I can't say enough about the food which was THE BEST. I enjoyed the buffet on the deck which was excellent, I preferred not to go to the enclosed dining room when there is so much open space under the sun and stars.

The room was very, very clean and accommodating. There was ample closet space. The shower was just like a home setting, roomy enough. Overall the noise level was minimum.

The shows on board were very good. The kind of shows one can relate to after a full day of fun on board or ashore.

I would suggest that not a thing be changed. I enjoyed the itinerary just as it is. I came to relax and do what I want to and I did. The ports were Cozemel, Grand Caymans and Montego Bay. My favorite place to shop in Grand Caymans is Richards, so thanks for making it one of your ports to shop. Childcare and babysitting.N/A

Who Goes
The fellow passengers were the greatest very, very friendly. I would invite them all, including the crew to dinner if I had the space. Overall I had a marvelous time each time I have cruised on the Enchanted Isle. I was skeptical the first cruise on it because of its size,but I will never cruise on a larger ships again. I love the closest of the passengers. The crew is also very accommodating to your every need.

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