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  1. Instead of doing gifts this year, we thought a cruise would be a great way to get out of the hustle and bustle (and the cold) of our city just in time for Christmas. As a couple in our mid-30s, we are eyeing up a last-minute - at least by RCBlog suggested standards - Holiday sailing from Baltimore on Grandeur (8 nights w stops in Nassau, Perfect Day, Port Canaveral, and Charleston SC) We’ve never sailed on Grandeur, and we’re aware that she is a Vision Class ship that hasn’t been amplified or refurbished in quite some time. While we do understand that we aren’t getting the best in modern amenities as other classes of ships, that’s not to say there aren’t things to love about her. So.....What are your favorite things about Grandeur? Any tips you can provide to help us have an enjoyable Christmas Holiday sailing are greatly appreciated. Thanks! -Doug Previous sailings on: Enchantment, Majesty, Freedom
  2. https://www.baltimoresun.com/maryland/baltimore-city/bs-md-port-of-baltimore-fire-20190624-story.html?fbclid=IwAR1Nl85g5zVkG0ApgTvHB1Ao7NM1bd7CGgFqbC_FAM1XiPD2NEw3qMiixJk
  3. We are cruising on Grandeur to Bermuda in late April. We will arrive Saturday around 1:00 and depart Sunday at 2:30. My husband is training for a marathon and is wondering if there is a convenient and safe place to do a long run while there. It would have to be Saturday after 5pm or early Sunday morning before our tour. Thanks for any input!
  4. Newbie\first time poster here. I've searched the boards and don't see an answer to my question, so here goes. Sailing on Grandeur of the Seas out of Baltimore 9/13-9/22 (Mother\Daughter get away). Flying in to BWI and landing at 7:25 am. Current plan is to Uber from BWI to the port. From what I'm reading, the earliest we can get to the port is around 10. We're trying to figure out a plan of what to do between the time we land and heading to the port, especially as we'll have luggage. Suggestions? The bigger concern is the day we return. Mom's return flight is at 4:20 and mine is 4:55. We would like to explore Baltimore, at least the Inner Harbor, but can't figure out what to do with our luggage. My first thought was to go ahead and check in at the airport and then go explore, but I'm reading that the earliest we can do that is 4 hours before flight time. Any ideas are appreciated. Thank you in advance.
  5. Like how constable145 found out about Rhapsody getting put up for buyers, on Boats.com, Grandeur of the Seas has also been put up for sale for 300,000 USD. The title is listed as Cruise Ship 2400 Passengers -Stock No. S2388. Since two vision class ships were launched in 1996 that look similar, (ie the Enchantment) I took into account the passenger counts of both ships (remember Enchantment was lengthened in 2004, which increased the passenger count to 2,730 passengers. We can also most likely rule out Enchantment as the price to lengthen the ship was so much that I would assume that they would prefer to keep the ship sailing under Royal's colours for a little while longer. See it for yourself: http://uk.boats.com/power-boats/1996-cruise-ship-2400-passengers-stock-no-s2388-4886313/#.WZQSzFF97cs
  6. We are headed out on the Grandeur of the Sea next June from Baltimore. We haven't sailed with RC since 2007. But have sailed Disney several times. As for a lot of people, they have just overpriced our family of 5 out of the ship! So here are my questions!!! Since I have not sailed with RC in awhile, I know there have been changes. Do we now need to get seats ahead of time for the shows...? Meaning I read somewhere to reserve your seats but I don't know if that is only on the larger ships or if on Grandeur of the Seas as well. With Coco Cay, is this island similar to Castaway Cay? Are there water slides there free for anyone to use or do you book those too? Are there any recommendations with what do to for in Bermuda or Nassau? Thank you in advance. I will continue to read all the posts to try and get caught up!
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