Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Passengers Return With Tales of Royal Caribbean Ship Fire

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Passengers Return With Tales of Royal Caribbean Ship Fire

At least one passenger on the Royal Caribbean cruise ship off the coast of the Bahamas tweeted news that the vessel was on fire. Florida media and other outlets also reported the news in the wee hours of Monday morning.

After assessing the hurt, Royal Caribbean announced late Monday afternoon that it cancelled the remainder of the voyage. The company said it would issue full refunds to each passenger and arrange flights for all of them back to Baltimore on Tuesday.

A fire broke out aboard a cruise ship off the Florida coast early Monday, leading to the cancellation of the rest of the voyage. Royal

Flames break out in the middle of the night on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship that just left Baltimore on Friday. That ship was forced to make an emergency stop in Freeport in the Bahamas.

Grandeur of the Seas, operated by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, was on a seven-night trip that left Baltimore on Friday. The 916-foot-long (280-metre) ship was en route to CocoCay, Bahamas, when a fire occurred in its mooring area early on Monday, the

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