Miami & Bahamas Cruise

from €1355 per person
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Royal Caribbean Cruises’ Enchantment of the Seas is perfectly named because once you set foot aboard this beautiful ship you will be enchanted by all the options for fun and adventure. \r\nKids can scale the rock wall or have some high-flying fun with the bungee trampolines, walk the suspension bridges and check out the splash deck or play some games in the video arcade.\r\nAnd the grown ups can relax in the stunning open-roofed solarium, pamper themselves in the beauty salon or get in a workout at the fitness centre.\r\nFor nocturnal fun you can catch a Broadway-style performance at the theatre or try your luck at the casino. While the ten-storey glass Centrum is an amazing sight and offers stunning views.\r\nThis cruise holiday has something for everyone and also offers a variety of great dining options. You can grab a quick snack or laidback dinner at the Windjammer Café or go for some surf and turf at the Chops Grille. If you want a cruise that has just the right blend of action and relaxation then this is the option for you.\r\n

Staff Review

“I particularly enjoyed the Schooner Bar, this is a nautically themed bar and the perfect spot to enjoy a drink after dinner singing along to the ships very talented piano players before you end up inevitably the Viking Crown!”

Amanda Hynes, Travel Expert

Offer Summary +

  • All Flights Included
  • 4 Nights 3* Pestana South Beach, Miami
  • 4 Night Cruise on board Enchantment of the Seas
  • Prices shown are for travelling December 2017
  • Based on 2 Sharing
  • Quote Ref 1488554
  • We can offer you the flexibility of combining any USA City with a Cruise Holiday!

Cruise - Bahamas on the 'Enchantment of the Seas'+

Interior Cabin

Interior

Ocean View Cabin

Ocean View

+ €45

Balcony Cabin

Balcony

+ €225

14th Dec

Miami

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Miami

Day 1 | Arrive at 7am

With a bold style fuelled by Latin rhythms, South Beach is as known for its beautiful people and nightlife as its art deco architecture. Just around the corner, Lincoln Road pedestrian mall is the place to be for retail therapy and people-watching.

15th Dec

Key West

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Key West

Day 2 | Arrive at 7am (9 hour stay) | Depart at 4pm (16 hour sail)

Catch whiffs of Spain, Cuba and the Bahamas in this cultural potpourri – not forgetting key lime pie. At the Coral Reef State Park, snorkel or fish-watch by glass-bottomed boat, while at Hemingway’s house you’ll see descendants of his 6-toed cats.

16th Dec

CocoCay

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CocoCay

Day 3 | Arrive at 8am (9 hour stay) | Depart at 5pm (15 hour sail)

Right in the heart of the Caribbean Sea, CocoCay is secluded and subdued. Tepid waters as clear as glass make this an ideal location to take advantage of all the aquatic recreational opportunities available.

17th Dec

Nassau

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Nassau

Day 4 | Arrive at 8am (9 hour stay) | Depart at 5pm (14 hour sail)

Long after you return home, you'll continue to hear the sweet reverberations of Bahamian steel drums, their carefree melodies transporting you to a place where you're perpetually on holiday.

18th Dec

Miami

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Miami

Day 5 | Arrive at 7am (7 hour stay)

With a bold style fuelled by Latin rhythms, South Beach is as known for its beautiful people and nightlife as its art deco architecture. Just around the corner, Lincoln Road pedestrian mall is the place to be for retail therapy and people-watching.

Recommendations from our staff +

Angel Chua

Tips

Angel Chua, Travel Expert
  • Dinner times vary, a first seating around 6’ish and a second seating around 8:30, or so. Royal Caribbean offer anytime or my time dining, where you can come to dine anytime between 6 and 9pm. The only difference being that you’re seating will not be at the same table or with the same wait staff each and every night.

Angel Chua, Travel Expert

Audrey Joyce

Tips

Audrey Joyce, Travel Expert
  • If you are interested in keeping your daily workouts going, consult with the sports instructor onboard the ship to develop a program to follow during the cruise.
  • Onshore excursions going too casual (tank tops, scruffy jeans, any kind of athletic garb) is considered disrespectful in many ports of call. You'll generally be more warmly welcomed in restaurants and shops if you're dressed nicely.

Audrey Joyce, Travel Expert

What do I do next?
Amanda Hynes
Call us now and book your trip!

Amanda Hynes, Travel Expert

Call Dublin 01 673 3846
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