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17 hours ago, CruisinCrow said:

 

Two and a half years old?  This thread is from August.

 

You are right...I mistakenly picked up the date from the OPs avatar.  Bad Island Lady...Bad girl.  😞 

 

Still....Grandeur is leaving us...don't need to kick her in the butt as the door closes either. 

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17 hours ago, tkline said:

I didn't know they sold it. Hopefully they will bring some other ships to Baltimore. It's an easy port for us to get to, we're still thinking of doing the caribbean or bermuda some time soon

 

Enchantment is replacing her.  We adored EN when she was in PC.  

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13 hours ago, biomedbob said:

Worst ship in the fleet!  What a dump!

 

Well...now you won't have it around to complain about any longer.  😮 

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Overall, I liked the Grandeur. it was my only RC cruise. I otherwise cruise on Carnival. The menus were varied, food and service were excellent, and we enjoyed the shows and aerial performers. I liked the Zumba classes. it is an older ship, but seemed elegant. They managed things like food / beverage service well so to avoid lines. Now we sailed In December so with cooler weather to the Bahamas there was not too much to do during the days, as you couldn't hang out by the pool. There is no mini-golf, and the rock wall was closer due to the weather. We could use the one enclosed pool. The major thing we didn't like was the very small interior cabin and super tiny bathroom. But I would try a newer RC ship and check the square footage of the cabin closely.

We have been on the Pride many times and I like that ship more: am more comfortable with the size of the cabins there. 

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On 11/2/2019 at 7:46 PM, biomedbob said:

Worst ship in the fleet!  What a dump!

 

We are on her in December.  Would be interested in specifics of what to watch out for.

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1 hour ago, mskaufman said:

 

We are on her in December.  Would be interested in specifics of what to watch out for.

 

Lovers of Lady G say things like this to make sure there are open cabins for us to book. 🙂

 

She is a cruise ship.  Not a floating amusement park.

 

The staff is OUTSTANDING. The shows tend to be quite good. 

 

We love her.  4 cruises so far, and 2 more booked on her.

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2 hours ago, SRF said:

We love her.  4 cruises so far, and 2 more booked on her.

 

5 so far, #6 on Friday, #7 probably Feb 2020.

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I will be sailing on her November 30th for a 12 night cruise. I'm from New York and always cruised out of Bayonne. I also only cruised on the big/newer ships.

How does an older ship compare when talking about rocking and bad weather?

I don't get seasick, but I am packing some Bonine just in case...

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