The answer to question 2 is negative thanks to Kamawata-Morrison conjecture about nef cones of Calabi-Yau varieties that is proven for surfaces (a recent reference is here http://arxiv.org/abs/1008.3825), and to the comment of Damiano below.

Indeed, it is known that on a minimal two-dimesnional surface of Kodaira dimesnion 0
the fundamental domain of the action of automorphism of the surface on the nef cone
is rational polyhedral (see the above reference). So it is sufficient to consider only ample classes that belong to one rational polyhedral fundamental domain. Notice that every nef integral class (apart from $K$) on each Enriques surface is effective (see the proof of Damiano). Now notice that since the fundamental domain
is rational polyhedral, the semi-group of integer vectors in it is finitely generated, so only finitely many integer vectors can not be presented as a sum of two others.
In other words, only finite number of ample divisors in a given fundamental domain are not linearly equivalent to a sum of several divisors. Since by definition all domains are the same, the statement is proven.

somedirection an element in the closure of the ample cone so that the resulting perturbation will still be ample. This is why I required $t$ to be small andpositive, rather than simply small in absolute value. Hope this clarifies your doubts! $\endgroup$ – damiano Oct 6 '10 at 21:22