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Old 02-14-2009, 03:34 AM
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Hi I understand that the Explorer has an issue with one of its propellers. Does anyone have any update on this or know where I can find out? Below is the lastest info that I can find

statement from RCI,. "Explorer of the Seas starboard propeller was damaged when it made contact with a submerged object while departing Samana, Dominican Republic, on January 28. While the ship is operating safely, its cruising speed is currently reduced to approximately 18 knots, rather than 22 knots. A dive team attempted to make repairs in Cape Liberty Sunday, but poor underwater visibility prevented that. Repairs will take place when the ship is docked in St. Thomas, U.S.V.I., Thursday
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