Thursday, November 14, 2013

Cruise News Daily Headlines for November 14, 2013

* Allure Repair Will Cancel One Sailing
Ten days ago we told subscribers that Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas was experiencing propulsion problems which had necessitated sailing slower on its eastern Caribbean itinerary while company management considered how to fix the problem.

Lots of rumors have swirled about how Royal Caribbean would make the repairs and when, but the company put and end to those today when they said the ship would be taken out of service for a week next February for a repair in Freeport. More

* The Search Continues
Grand Princess continued to search today for the passenger who was seen jumping overboard yesterday while the ship was en route from San Francisco to Hawaii.

The incident occurred on Day 3 of the cruise when Grand Princess was 750 miles northeast from Hilo. The remote location is making the search extremely difficult.

* Other Things You’ll Want to Know
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