Cruise News Royal Caribbean Grandeur of the Seas Will Leave the Royal Caribbean Fleet in 2021

Grandeur of the Seas Will Leave the Royal Caribbean Fleet in 2021

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Grandeur of the Seas will be leaving the Royal Caribbean fleet in 2021 after 23 years in service.

Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship to Leave Fleet

The cruise line revealed to travel agents that Grandeur of the Seas will be departing the fleet in March 2021 but that will not be the end of her just yet. The Royal Caribbean ship will be transferred to sister cruise line Pullmantur Cruises in Spring 2021 stated the cruise line. The news first broke on Royal Caribbean Blog.

The ship’s final sailing will be on March 21, 2021 and it is likely she will undergo some changes before joining her new cruise operator. The voyages out of Baltimore, Maryland will be replaced by Enchantment of the Seas.

Two sailings will also be canceled mentions the site due to the ship being transferred. Sailings impacted are departures on April 3 and 15, 2021.

Grandeur of the Seas first joined the cruise line in 1996 and is over 73,800 gross tons with a passenger capacity of over 1,900. Compared to other cruise line’s the ship is not that old and will serve well in her new fleet. The ship was built in Finland and also has around 770 crew members onboard.

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The ship will be missed once she departs. Now might be a good time to take a cruise on her before she leaves for good. The ship is currently sailing 5-day to 12-day itineraries from Baltimore on the U.S. east coast. Cruises include calls to Royal Caribbean’s private island Perfect Day at CocoCay in the Bahamas and to Bermuda.

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