The 2020 Out At Sea cruise will be a 5-night, 6-day Western Caribbean sailing onboard the Enchantment of the Seas with Royal Caribbean Cruises. Departing July 29, 2020, from Galveston, Texas, the cruise will travel through Gulf of Mexico to make port at Cozumel and Yucatán, before heading back to Texas.
Departing from Galveston, Texas - 4:00pm
Port of Call: Yucatán (Progreso), Mexico - 8:00am - 4:00pm
Port of Call: Cozumel, Mexico - 9:00am - 6:00pm
Arriving in Galveston, Texas - 7:00am
The 82,000-ton, 988-ft long Enchantment of the Seas lives up to its name with 11 decks of dining, relaxation, entertainment, shopping, and more, all designed to make your trip, well... enchanting! When not exploring one of the beautiful ports-of-call, enjoy your day aboard the Enchantment relaxing at one of its 8 pools and whirlpools, staying active on the rock-wall or built-in running track, or taking advantage of any of the many complementary classes and activities. At night, whet your appetite in the two-story dining room or any of the varied casual and specialty dining outlets, then dance the night away, enjoy a night under the stars, or take in a show. Whatever your interests, the Enchantment of the Seas promises to deliver an experience you won’t forget.
Enchantment of the Seas
Last Refurbished: 2017
Speed: 22 kn / 25 mph
Length: 988 ft
Beam: 115 ft
Gross Tonnage: 82,910 gt
Fun fact: In 2005, the ship went into dry dock to have a 73-ft section inserted midship to lengthen the ship and add additional cabins, restaurants, shopping and more!
While much of the experience will be yours to design with your fellow passengers, such as exciting excursions, amazing shows, and great shopping, we’ll have a number of opportunities for group activities together.
Additional group activities will be announced closer to the sail date, including when we’ll be gathering together while on the ship for group fellowship and more!
Cozumel features great diving, snorkeling and beaches, marine-life encounters, botanical gardens, trails and shopping in the town of San Miguel. The nearby mainland is home to Tulum, Mayan cliffside ruins overlooking the Caribbean.
Progreso is situated on the Gulf of Mexico in the state of Yucatán. Heavily influenced by the Mayan culture, Progreso enjoys a tranquil atmosphere and laid-back lifestyle, With white-sand beaches and crystal-clear waters. This port town is also the gateway to Merida, the state capital of Yucatán; and Chichén Itzá, the most majestic Mayan ruins in Mexico.
Galveston has a way of enticing visitors to linger longer. A delightful destination, this island offers sandy beaches, boutiques and top-notch dining. Take a carriage ride through the Historic District or wander the Strand District.