Grandeur of the seas STAYS with Royal Caribbean, its new homeport will be BARBADOS


Grandeur of the Seas, has now a home port.


As you can remember Grandeur of the Seas was planned to be transferred to Pullmantur Cruises, the Spanish company that declared bankruptcy last year due to the pandemic.

Now this ship will remain with Royal Caribbean, and will have her port of departure in Barbados.

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GOTS with 7 night cruises departing from Bridgetown, Barbados and mainly visiting Scarborough in Tobago, Port of Spain in Trinidad, and Kingstown, St. Vincent.

Rates start from 399 dollars in Interior Cabin, cruises can already be booked for the Winter season 2021-2022.

Another itinerary is the “ABC Caribbean Adventure Cruise” featuring Grenada, Bonaire, Curacao, Aruba, Trinidad and one day at sea.



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