Royal Caribbean's Grandeur of the Seas remains part of the fleet

   August 27, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

Royal Caribbean announced it will keep Grandeur of the Seas in the cruise fleet instead of transferring her out to RCCL's sister-brand Pullmantur Cruises (Spain).

The cruise company informed travel agents on Wednesday, August 26, that it had cancelled plans to move Grandeur of the Seas out of its fleet in Spring next year.

"With the recent news surrounding Pullmantur, Grandeur of the Seas will remain as a part of our Royal Caribbean International fleet. Once we have more information, we’ll be sure to share the details and look forward to many more memories to be made sailing on her!"

Grandeur Of The Seas cruise ship

Royal Caribbean had previously planned to move Grandeur, with the announcement made in October last year she would leave the cruise fleet. However, since then Pullmantur filed for bankruptcy protection and sold her vessels off to be scrapped.

The final voyage of Grandeur of the Seas was scheduled for March 26, 2021. New sailings are to be announced soon.

Grandeur is a Vision Class cruise ship, and has been sailing from Baltimore MD. It is still unclear whether the liner will remain in Baltimore, or move to another cruise port. In conjunction with the announcement that Grandeur is leaving the RCI fleet, the cruise company said it would move Enchantment of the Seas to Baltimore in order to replace Grandeur.

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