Tech Issue Forces Grandeur of the Seas to Stop for Repairs

A technical issue has forced Royal Caribbean’s Grandeur of the Seas to stop for repairs, a cruise line representative tells Travel Agent.

The cruise line’s engineering team is currently working to resolve the issue, and the ship is stopping today, January 10, in Port Canaveral for repairs. At this time, the ship is scheduled to sail back into Baltimore Saturday, January 13, for its next seven-night Caribbean cruise.

Grandeur of the Seas is currently on a nine-night sailing that departed Baltimore, Maryland, on January 2 with calls at Charleston, South Carolina; Orlando (Port Canaveral), Florida; Grand Bahama Island; Nassau and CocoCay, Bahamas, Royal Caribbean said.

According to cruise schedule tracker, Grandeur of the Seas had previously been scheduled to depart Baltimore on a nine-night voyage Thursday, January 11. Calls were planned for Charleston, Port Canaveral, Grand Bahama Island, Nassau and CocoCay.

Grandeur of the Seas is a Vision class cruise ship homeported in Baltimore. Most recently refurbished in 2012, it has a capacity of 1,992 guests based on double occupancy. Notable amenities include an onboard casino, a rock climbing wall, outdoor movies by the pools, and a number of signature restaurants, such as Izumi, the Chef’s Table, Chops Grille and Giovanni’s Table. For families, the ship also offers dance classes, its Adventure Ocean youth center, game shows, and other classes on cooking and jewelry making.

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