Grandeur of the Seas

We took our transatlantic cruise from Palma to Colon Panama on the Grandeur of the Seas. This boat is one of the oldest and smallest in the current Royal Carribean fleet, but don't let that scare you away - the Grandeur has some potential benefits that make can make your transatlantic cruise memorable.

Grandeur of the Seas Stats:
Royal Caribbean International Vision Class
Age: 1996, 16 years
Weight:74,000 gross tons
Crew: 760
Passenger Capacity:2,446
Cruising Speed: 22 knots
Length: 916 ft

Potential Benefits of the Grandeur
Perhaps the biggest potential benefit of the Grandeur of the Seas is her size. She is one of the smallest in the Royal Carribean fleet and I'm not sure I would enjoy biggest ships more. On a transatlantic cruise things are intimate enough that you can get to know a good amount of the other passengers and have the majority of faces look familiar enough to you by the end of the transatlantic cruise. After all a big part of a transatlantic cruise is socializing and the Grandeur is perhaps a very ideal size to make the most of your transatlantic cruise.

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