Enchantment of the Sea

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By Tyco @ 2011-08-11 10:26:52
Drove past this boat today.
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@ 2011-08-11 13:42:33
Tyco, any reason to be sure it is the Enchantment? I spent a few minutes poking around wikipedia looking at the Vision class ships and narrowed it down to either the Enchantment and the Gandeur. It is definitely a Vision class ship but how do you know which one? The MS Grandeur of the Seas is almost identical and also ports in Baltimore. If you can point out some distinguishing characteristic (there may be something different between the stern but I can't be sure) I can take this. What do you think? (Sorry, if you already did this research and saw a difference to distinguish which is which.)
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@ 2011-08-12 05:02:57
If you look on the Royal Caribbean site Baltimore is not a Port of Call for Grandeur.
http://www.royalcaribbean.com/findacruise/search/vacationSearchResult.do?ship=GR&dest=ANY&shipName=Grandeur+Of+The+Seas++++++++++
I also worked across Key Highway from the Cruise Terminal and it was always Enchantment of the Seas. As for distingushing features I do not see any. It is your call, I am good with however you go with it.
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@ 2011-08-12 05:13:41
The Enchantment was extended 73 feet in 2005. Is there anyway to measure the boat in Google Earth? It is 990 feet vs 916 of Grandeur.