Grandeur of the Seas
Sick at sea! The Grandeur of the Seas returned early to the Port of Baltimore after the first confirmed outbreak this year of norovirus on board a cruise ship.
The Coast Guard says its crews responded to help a woman who was injured in a fall on a cruise ship near Smith Point in Maryland.
From fires to power outages to rapidly spreading illnesses, it’s been tough sailing for the cruise industry these last few years.
Back at sea. The Grandeur of the Seas has departed after travelers waited several hours for the ship to be decontaminated. Hundreds of passengers on the previous cruise became severely ill.
Cruise passengers on the Baltimore-based Grandeur of the Seas get more than they bargain for on their Bahamas vacation. More than 100 people get sick, and the cruise line believes the dreaded norovirus is to blame.
Back in Baltimore. The Royal Caribbean ship “Grandeur of the Seas” returns. A fire engulfed part of the ship in May, causing several sailings to be cancelled.
Royal Caribbean says a cruise ship damaged by fire during a trip from Baltimore to the Bahamas is expected to be back in service by mid-July.
Some passengers of the Baltimore-based Royal Caribbean Cruise ship that caught fire while in the Bahamas are still making their way home.
Flames broke out in the middle of the night on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship that left Baltimore on Friday. Now those passengers are being flown back to BWI-Marshall airport.
After four years and a multi-million dollar renovation, one popular cruise ship is back in the Port of Baltimore.
Something grand is headed to the Port of Baltimore after a $48 million facelift.