Groove Cruise Miami is taking over the Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas, a Vision Class ship in RCI’s fleet. Boasting 11 decks, 10 dining options, 9 bars, 2 pools, and Royal Caribbean’s luxurious amenities, this 989ft ship is ready for the GCFAM takeover.
When you’re not dancing the days and nights away, be sure to take on the rock wall or pamper yourself in the spa. Hit up the fitness center to get a pump going (don’t lie – you know you were thinking about it), or try your luck in the casino. This ship’s features are at your disposal.
Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas Details
Get all the details about the different dining options, entertainment venues (which will get transformed with Groove Cruise production elements), and more.
Read all about the Enchantment of the Seas deck plans, features, and amenities here: http://www.royalcaribbean.com/vanity/enchantment
The Groove Cruise Treatment
Of course, this isn’t just a cruise. The Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas will get a healthy dose of Groove Cruise treatment. High-end visual and audio production equipment gets craned onto the ship. Performers get scheduled throughout the event. Onboard activities are planned to keep you occupied when you’re not on the dancefloor.
Whether you’re tearing up the Groove Cruise-upgraded club or dancing under the stars until the sunrise at the afterhours parties, no part of the ship goes untouched.
Unlike traditional festivals, the nature of Groove Cruise keep you only a short walk away from your room where you can enjoy a nice bed, private bathroom and shower, and a safe place to store (and charge) your stuff. You can book a balcony or even a suite for a more luxurious experience.