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Grandeur of the Seas

Capacity
1992
Crew
760
Tonnage
73 817
Length
279 m (915 ft)
First voyage
1996
Decks
11

Grandeur of the Seas is a Vision-class cruise ship owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International. Features include a full-service spa, six whirlpools, an outdoor jogging track and a number of bars and restaurants.

Features

Grandeur of the Seas features an on-board casino, Casino Royale, on Deck 5. The casino has many slot machines, variations of poker, craps, blackjack, and a bar. There are also eight themed bars and lounges, including the pool deck bar,... Read more

Grandeur of the Seas

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
1992
Crew: 
760
Tonnage: 
73 817
Length: 
279 m (915 ft)
Beam: 
36 m (118 ft)
First voyage: 
1996
Decks: 
11

Grandeur of the Seas is a Vision-class cruise ship owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International. Features include a full-service spa, six whirlpools, an outdoor jogging track and a number of bars and restaurants.

Features

Grandeur of the Seas features an on-board casino, Casino Royale, on Deck 5. The casino has many slot machines, variations of poker, craps, blackjack, and a bar. There are also eight themed bars and lounges, including the pool deck bar, South Pacific Lounge, Schooner, The Viking Lounge, and several unnamed areas. There is an open atrium, called the Centrum, that stretches from deck 4 to deck 10. An outdoor pool is found on the top open deck (deck 9) along with 4 whirlpool areas, 2 on the starboard side and 2 on the port side. Off of the pool is the Solarium area with a pool and 2 whirlpools, 1 on the starboard side and 1 on the port side. There is a jogging track on deck 10. Several youth facilities are scattered about the ship, including an arcade area, a teen nightclub, and the Explorations desk on deck 5. A special edition of The Compass called Explorations is published specifically for children. The Spa and Fitness Center can be found on deck 9. The main dining area, the Great Gatsby, is located on decks 4 and 5. Guests are seated in two shifts on deck four of the main dining (5:30 PM ship's time) and 8:00 PM (ship's time) or anytime in my time dining from 5:00-830 PM (ship's time) on deck 5. The shows in The Palladium (the main theater, found on decks 5 and 6), are designed around the dining room times. The ship also contains a conference center, a library with an honor checkout system and a buffet called The Windjammer Market Place, 2 shuffle board courts, a rock wall with areas for climbers of various skills, a photo shop, several stores specializing on jewelry, souvenirs, cigars, cigarettes, and liquor, and a piano area.

Ports of call

Grandeur of the Seas was initially deployed on 7 night cruises from Miami, Florida, to the Eastern Caribbean from 1996 to 2000, when Explorer of the Seas was launched and took over the Grandeur's run. Since 2000, Grandeur of the Seas has been deployed in Europe as well as back in the Caribbean homeported in cities such as Tampa, Ft. Lauderdale, and New Orleans. Summers have been spent in Eastern US ports such as Norfolk, Virginia; Baltimore, Maryland and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, visiting the Caribbean, Bermuda and the North East of the US and Canadian Maritimes.

Grandeur of the Seas was based out of Panama in the winter of 2010/2011, replacing her sister ship, Enchantment of the Seas. In 2013, Grandeur of the Seas replaced Enchantment of the Seas out of Baltimore when Enchantment of the Seas moved to Port Canaveral. As of February 2017, the ship offers cruises to Bermuda and the southeast US coast, the Bahamas, and the Southern Caribbean, all departing from Baltimore, MD.

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MS_Grandeur_of_the_Seas

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Attractions on Grandeur of the Seas


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Join our complimentary Crown & Anchor® Society loyalty program, and enjoy savings on your next Royal Caribbean vacation. While onboard, meet with our Loyalty & Cruise Sales staff to reserve your ne...
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Cafe Latte-Tudes

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Caffeine fix, coffee break, or after-dinner cappuccino - drop by this caf? for sweets, people watching and specialty coffee beverages.
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Teen Center

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Teens will enjoy a wide variety of shipboard activities from scavenger hunts and pizza parties to playing in the video arcade.
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Rc Online

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Grab a latte and drop by this internet caf? to use our computer workstations - browse the web, check email and stocks, and chat with friends. Per minute rate applies.

Photo Gallery & Shop

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View professional photographs of your experiences onboard. In addition, pick up the latest cameras and accessories.
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Adventure Ocean

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A spacious playroom offers toys, books and games for little sailors.
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R Bar

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Experience a 1960's vibe at the all-new R-Bar, featuring iconic furnishings and classic cocktails-gimlet, martini, gin, whiskeys and more-- all served by the ship's resident mixologist. And e sure ...
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Centrum Shops

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Distinctive storefronts offer an array of merchandise ranging from perfume and jewelry to liquor and cruise wear.

Observatory

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This special stargazing area gives guests the opportunity to explore the heavens as well as the seas.
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Loyalty Desk

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Crown & Anchor Society loyalty program information.