Grandeur of the Seas to Bermuda: Grandeur of the Seas Cruise Review by chelseafizzgigg
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Grandeur of the Seas to Bermuda
After two days at sea, we got to Bermuda on the afternoon of day 3. It was warm, a bit humid, and full of busy tourists, of course. We spent the first day at the Royal Dockyard on the island's north-western tip poking about the small shops. We spent all of the second day riding the ferries and doing a bit of shopping. We took a bus to the beach at Horseshoe Bay the last day and the water was fabulous. We didn't want to do any shore excursions since we had been to Bermuda and spent a week doing everything. This time we got the 2 day pass for unlimited ferry and bus transportation.
We plan to return on the Grandeur of the Seas and do more sailings from Baltimore. Less
Cabin review: F2510 Large Ocean View Stateroom
Our cabin was fair-sized, but I didn't care for the recessed port holes, since we were only two cabins from the bow. We were 5 feet from the portholes and I couldn't walk up to them to look out as it was 5 feet from our bed.But we had lots of storage space and good desk space.great flat screen tv.no frig but got ice twice a day.Bathroom was fine but prefer shower doors to the curtains.cabin was 2510. deck 2 forwardRead All Large Ocean View Stateroom (F) Reviews >>
Port and Shore Excursions
This has to be the best port so far.
We got the the port and we drove down this lane we they took our tagged luggage from our trunk, we then drove down to pay for parking, parked the car and walked 30 feet to the terminal. That took maybe 10 minutes. Incredible timing. They are so organized and we were so impressed with this port that we plan to use it again. Getting on this ship was a piece of cake!!
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