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 Grandeur of the Seas

The first in the second pair of virtually identical Vision-class ships, Grandeur of the Seas entered service in 1996. Originally deployed by Royal Caribbean in the Caribbean year-round, this modern superliner now sails on Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexican Riviera and U.S. Coastal itineraries.

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 Professional Reviews

Joanie Ogg, CTC, MCC, 2005-06-24Various ports in U.S., Mexico and the Bahamas.

The Grandeur of the Seas Group Ship Stats: Maiden more

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 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Terri Cramer 34 2 Circle Caribbean

    Our first port of call was Cozumel, Mexico. We have been to the island once before. We rented a jeep and toured the island. We did some snorkeling - saw a beautiful parrot fish - and also did more

    1 users found this review helpful.
  • Anthony Klang 38 11 Circle the Caribbean

    In the main dining room, the food was very good. We ate dinner there every night, as well as quite a few lunches and one breakfast. We noticed improvement even from when we sailed on Explorer more

    1 users found this review helpful.
  • Ed & Jodi Kocher 38 3 Miami - Cozumel - Grand Cayman - Montego Bay - Aruba - Curacao - Miami

    About Us My wife and I are in our late thirties. This was our third cruise – first on RCCL. Previously, we had sailed on Premier’s “Atlantic” for a 4-night cruise, more

    9 users found this review helpful.
  • Wes & Barb Carter 55 15 Circle Caribbean

    GRANDEUR OF THE SEAS - 11/30/01 - 10 nights Embarkation - All went smoothly, although a little slow, due to the extra security. RCI is doing something new however, for Platinum more

  • Jenine Eason 31 to 40 3 t Labadee, San Juan, St. Thomas, Cococay

    We had a fabulous vacation on Royal Caribbean.   We have 4 children ages 9, 10, and 12.   The kids program was excellent.   A clever move by RC was   video taping more

    1 users found this review helpful.
  • Vincent & Mary Finelli n/a n/a Eastern Mediterranean

    ROYAL CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL GRANDEUR OF THE SEAS Eastern Mediterranean Cruise June 30 - July 7, 2001 By Vincent & Mary Finelli This was our first more

    1 users found this review helpful.
  • Jennifer 21 to 30 First Cruise Southern Caribbean

    This was our first cruise. I went with my fiancé Patrick. All we can say is how sad we are that we are back in New York in 30 degree weather-almost everything was perfect about this cruise! more

  • MK Astrab 21 to 30 2nd Southern Caribbean

    The first day was an at-sea day, with plenty of activities planned.   We had breakfast and lunch at the Windjammer, which serves buffet-style food and made-to-order more

  • Joan Rich 46 to 55 2nd Labadee, San Juan, St. Thomas, CocoCay

    This was our second cruise. Our first was on the Big Red Boat with our children. While we had fun on the Big Red Boat, cruising without children was a whole different more

    6 users found this review helpful.
  • Billy Wood Jr. 21 to 35 3 to 5 Cruises Labadee, Haiti- Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, Co-Co Cay Bahamas

    This was our 4th and so far most favorite Cruise. I am the Associate Pastor at a Baptist Church in Georgia. This was the most family type Cruise we have ever taken and we have been more

    3 users found this review helpful.
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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Royal Caribbean Int.
  • Capacity (double occupancy):1950
  • Builder:Kvrner Masa-Yards
  • Full Capacity:2446
  • Inaugurated:1996
  • Space Ratio:38.0 / 30.3
  • Gross Tonnage:74,137gt
  • Crew:760
  • Length:916 ft. / 280 m