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‘Royal Caribbean Cruise Day’

‘Royal Caribbean Cruise Day’The Port of Baltimore recently welcomed Royal Caribbean International’s Grandeur of the Seas to Maryland, where it replaces Enchantment of the Seas and offers six- to 10-night cruises year-round to Bermuda, the Bahamas and the Eastern and Western Caribbean, as well as Canada and New England. Originally deployed in Baltimore from 2004 to 2009, Grandeur of the Seas was welcomed back with a special proclamation from Governor Martin O’Malley, who declared May 3 as “Royal Caribbean Cruise Day” in Maryland. Pictured (l-r) are Charles H. White, Jr., Maryland Port Commissioner. Cindy Burman, general manager of Cruise Maryland. James J. White, executive director of the Maryland Port Administration. Captain Espen Been, Master of Grandeur of the Seas. Cynthia Cobb, director of sales, Royal Caribbean International. Emily Hicks of Going Places Inc.. and Peta H. Richkus, Maryland Port Commissioner.