Royal Caribbean's Grandeur of the Seas arrived in Cape Liberty, New Jersey yesterday after the cruise line decided to divert the cruise ship there for a few days to avoid a storm in the North Atlantic.
Royal Caribbean confirmed on Twitter that Grandeur of the Seas will remain in Bayonne, New Jersey until Tuesday to ensure the safety and security of its guests.
@sttsxm Hey Meg. We've diverted to Cape Liberty for the safety and security of our guests. We'll keep you updated with any changes.— Royal Caribbean (@RoyalCaribbean) October 10, 2016
Grandeur of the Seas was originally scheduled to depart from Baltimore on a 5-night sailing to Bermuda, but Hurricane Matthew and Hurricane Nicole changed those plans and the ship was rerouted to Canada. This new weather system has interrupted those plans as well.
Because of the unusual change in itinerary, Royal Caribbean will also offer guests onboard a 100% future cruise credit.
@MichelleP14580 Hi Michelle. Grandeur will now stay in New Jersey from Sunday to Tuesday . Guests will receive a 100% future cruise credit.— Royal Caribbean (@RoyalCaribbean) October 10, 2016