RCI-Royal Caribbean's ship Grandeur of the Seas restarts from new homeport

   December 8, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Following a 21-month operational pause, Royal Caribbean's Grandeur of the Seas is finally restarting service.

The news is followed by launching a new itinerary program based on homeporting in Bridgetown Barbados. The itineraries on offer range from 7 to 14 nights, fulfilled with exploring of the isles around the Southern Caribbean and Latin America, including new ports of call as well.

The first Grandeur OTS' itinerary is called "Southern Caribbean Explorer" and includes visits to Grenada, Dominica, and St Lucia, with additional 3 new call ports - St Vincent Island (Kingstown, Grenadines), Scarborough (Tobago) and Port-of-Spain (Trinidad). The next itinerary is the "ABC Caribbean Adventure Cruise" visiting Bonaire, Curacao, Grenada, Aruba, Trinidad, and a sea day.

A 14-night voyage with calls in Central and South America is planned for January, including 11 cruise ports, of which Colon (Panama), Cartagena (Colombia), and Puerto Limon (Costa Rica)

Grandeur Of The Seas cruise ship

Grandeur OTS and the following 2 ships (Brilliance OTS restarting on December 16 and Enchantment OTS restarting on December 23) are completing the 20 RCI boats back in service by the end of 2021.