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Baltimore , Maryland | Kings Wharf , Bermuda | Kings Wharf , Bermuda | Charleston , South Carolina | Baltimore , Maryland

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GRANDEUR OF THE SEAS

FROM BALTIMORE TO BIG TIME THRILLS

Grandeur of the Seas® is the ultimate east coast adventure, sailing from Baltimore. It's the perfect blend of unbelievable shores and unique experiences onboard, like movie nights under the stars, imagination-defying dishes at Chef's Table, and entertainment that takes you from Broadway to Buenos Aires.

DAY 1 - Departure Day

Baltimore, Maryland

DEPARTS:
4:00 PM

CHARM CITY ADVENTURE

Spend the morning walking around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, where majestic tall ships reveal this East Coast city’s rich maritime legacy. And be sure to visit the star-shaped Fort McHenry, birthplace of America’s “Star-Spangled Banner” anthem.

Aerial view of Downtown Inner Harbor area in Baltimore, Maryland
Purple sunset at waterfront in Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland

Spend the morning walking around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, where majestic tall ships reveal this East Coast city’s rich maritime legacy. And be sure to visit the star-shaped Fort McHenry, birthplace of America’s “Star-Spangled Banner” anthem.

Aerial view of Downtown Inner Harbor area in Baltimore, Maryland
Purple sunset at waterfront in Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland
Things To Do

in Baltimore

View of Inner Harbor area in Downtown from a docked ship in Baltimore

Nautical Ties

No visit to Baltimore is complete without exploring the historic Inner Harbor. Step aboard a collection of impressive ships— a Pearl Harbor-era cutter, a 1930s lightship, a sail-powered warship dating back to 1797. Then stroll around brick walkways flanked by chic boutiques, restaurants serving Mid-Atlantic seafood, and photo-worthy views of the water.

Fort McHenry raising the American flag, Baltimore, Maryland

Star Of The Show

Relive the Battle of Baltimore at Fort McHenry, where in 1814, by dawn’s early light, Francis Scott Key wrote the lyrics of The Star-Spangled Banner, the United States’ national anthem. Enter this star-shaped citadel to follow a period costumed guide around the grounds, watch an educational film, and see a replica of the 15-starred American flag.

Waterfront promenade near the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Mayland

Water Logged

Cruises from Baltimore facilitate encounters with almost 20,000 sea creatures spanning seven stories of interactive exhibits at the National Aquarium. Widely considered one of the best in America, this mind-boggling aquatic space includes a rooftop rainforest, multistory shark tank and reef recreations that are home to sea turtles, stingrays, bottlenose dolphins, sharks and more.

Plate of blue crab with lemon and seasoning, in Baltimore, Mayland

Local Cuisine

You can’t leave Baltimore without feasting on Chesapeake Bay blue crabs, which are steamed in Old Bay seasoning or served as golden brown cakes. Little Italy’s trattorias serve up pasta, tiramisu and cannoli— and National Bohemian Beer, lovingly nicknamed Natty Boh, is a local staple. Lexington Market is a foodie’s paradise where nearly 100 vendors shuck raw bar fare, plus enjoy deli sandwiches and the famous Berger cookie.

View of Inner Harbor skyline from promenade at sunset, in Baltimore

Shopping

Satisfy all your souvenir needs and more at Harborplace, a festival marketplace during your Baltimore cruise. Mount Vernon’s Antique Row houses a string of retailers dating to the 1840s. The Hampden neighborhood is known for indie stores and vintage clothing outfitters— or browse Thames Street in Fells Point for vinyl records, books and trendy clothing.

INSIDER TIP

The Baltimore Water Taxi is the best way to explore the Inner Harbor. With 14 stops along the waterfront, boats arrive approximately every 15 minutes at the most popular attractions.

DAY 2 - AT SEA

CRUISING

CAN'T MISS FAVORITES

Young Woman Climbing Up the Rock Wall
Close-Up of the Chef Cutting Vegetables

Young Woman Climbing Up the Rock Wall
Close-Up of the Chef Cutting Vegetables

THINGS TO DO

Man Climbing Down the Rock Wall
Rock Climbing Wall

A BOLDER BOULDER

Rise to the occasion and take on the signature Rock Climbing Wall. From beginners to speed climbers, everyone can enjoy an unparalleled view from 40 feet above deck. Included in your fare, no reservation required.

Close-Up of the Chef Cutting Vegetables
Culinary Classes

CHOP TIL YOU DROP

Watch seasoned chefs turn fresh ingredients into delectable appetizers, main dishes and desserts, as you get tips that will take your culinary pursuits to the next level.

DAY 3 - DOCKED

Kings Wharf, Bermuda

ARRIVES:
1:00 PM

PASTEL PARADISE

Bermuda is an outdoor adventurer’s paradise. Explore British colonial landmarks, pastel-painted estates and military strongholds on land, or tee off on a brilliantly green golf course. For endless underwater thrills, journey beneath the waves to discover enthralling sea life and historic reef wrecks All while enjoying legendary pink sand beaches and plenty of quirky, delicious places to dine.

Kayaking the crystal clear blue waters of Bermuda near Fort Hamilton
View of the Commissioner's House at the National Museum located in Bermuda's largest fort, the Keep, King's Wharf, Bermuda
Group of people jet skiing near a shipwreck in the clear turquoise waters of King's Wharf, Bermuda

Bermuda is an outdoor adventurer’s paradise. Explore British colonial landmarks, pastel-painted estates and military strongholds on land, or tee off on a brilliantly green golf course. For endless underwater thrills, journey beneath the waves to discover enthralling sea life and historic reef wrecks All while enjoying legendary pink sand beaches and plenty of quirky, delicious places to dine.

Kayaking the crystal clear blue waters of Bermuda near Fort Hamilton
View of the Commissioner's House at the National Museum located in Bermuda's largest fort, the Keep, King's Wharf, Bermuda
Group of people jet skiing near a shipwreck in the clear turquoise waters of King's Wharf, Bermuda
Things To Do

in Kings Wharf

Clock Tower, King's Wharf, Bermuda

ROYAL NAVAL DOCKYARD

Your adventure begins at the Royal Naval Dockyard, where you’ll find local artisans, waterfront restaurants, pubs and more nestled among stone structures dating back to the late 18th century.

Floral colonial house gate in King's Wharf, Bermuda

HISTORY IN HAMILTON

The capital of Bermuda, Hamilton was founded in 1790. Now, this colonial town is a buzzing hub of boutiques, specialty shops and galleries.

Gothic ruins of the Unfinished Church in King's Wharf, Bermuda. A protected historic monument and part of the St. George's World Heritage Site.

HISTORIC ST. GEORGE’S

St. George’s was the original capital of Bermuda, settled over four hundred years ago by the English. These days its historical forts and homes are a main attraction— plus St. Peter’s Church, the oldest Anglican church in the Western hemisphere.

A plate of codfish with potatoes and a hard boiled egg

Local Cuisine

Cruise to Kings Wharf, Bermuda and tuck in to a traditional dish of codfish with potatoes, served the English way with a hard-boiled egg, or Portuguese style in a tomato-onion sauce. And be sure to pair your meal with one of the island’s signature cocktails: the Dark ‘n Stormy and the Bermuda Rum Swizzle.

INSIDER TIP

Most restaurants automatically add a 15% gratuity to your bill— if not, a tip of 15% is appropriate.

DAY 4 - DOCKED

Kings Wharf, Bermuda

DEPARTS:
2:30 PM

PASTEL PARADISE

Bermuda is an outdoor adventurer’s paradise. Explore British colonial landmarks, pastel-painted estates and military strongholds on land, or tee off on a brilliantly green golf course. For endless underwater thrills, journey beneath the waves to discover enthralling sea life and historic reef wrecks All while enjoying legendary pink sand beaches and plenty of quirky, delicious places to dine.

Kayaking the crystal clear blue waters of Bermuda near Fort Hamilton
View of the Commissioner's House at the National Museum located in Bermuda's largest fort, the Keep, King's Wharf, Bermuda
Group of people jet skiing near a shipwreck in the clear turquoise waters of King's Wharf, Bermuda

Bermuda is an outdoor adventurer’s paradise. Explore British colonial landmarks, pastel-painted estates and military strongholds on land, or tee off on a brilliantly green golf course. For endless underwater thrills, journey beneath the waves to discover enthralling sea life and historic reef wrecks All while enjoying legendary pink sand beaches and plenty of quirky, delicious places to dine.

Kayaking the crystal clear blue waters of Bermuda near Fort Hamilton
View of the Commissioner's House at the National Museum located in Bermuda's largest fort, the Keep, King's Wharf, Bermuda
Group of people jet skiing near a shipwreck in the clear turquoise waters of King's Wharf, Bermuda
Things To Do

in Kings Wharf

Clock Tower, King's Wharf, Bermuda

ROYAL NAVAL DOCKYARD

Your adventure begins at the Royal Naval Dockyard, where you’ll find local artisans, waterfront restaurants, pubs and more nestled among stone structures dating back to the late 18th century.

Floral colonial house gate in King's Wharf, Bermuda

HISTORY IN HAMILTON

The capital of Bermuda, Hamilton was founded in 1790. Now, this colonial town is a buzzing hub of boutiques, specialty shops and galleries.

Gothic ruins of the Unfinished Church in King's Wharf, Bermuda. A protected historic monument and part of the St. George's World Heritage Site.

HISTORIC ST. GEORGE’S

St. George’s was the original capital of Bermuda, settled over four hundred years ago by the English. These days its historical forts and homes are a main attraction— plus St. Peter’s Church, the oldest Anglican church in the Western hemisphere.

A plate of codfish with potatoes and a hard boiled egg

Local Cuisine

Cruise to Kings Wharf, Bermuda and tuck in to a traditional dish of codfish with potatoes, served the English way with a hard-boiled egg, or Portuguese style in a tomato-onion sauce. And be sure to pair your meal with one of the island’s signature cocktails: the Dark ‘n Stormy and the Bermuda Rum Swizzle.

INSIDER TIP

Most restaurants automatically add a 15% gratuity to your bill— if not, a tip of 15% is appropriate.

DAY 5 - AT SEA

CRUISING

FOR FOODIES

Salmon Salad bowl with Watercress served at Izumi, a fine dining Japanese Restaurant. One of our best vacation cruise dining.
Grilled Veal Chop entree at the specialty, Chops Grille restaurant. Cruise vacation fine dining steaks served table side.

Salmon Salad bowl with Watercress served at Izumi, a fine dining Japanese Restaurant. One of our best vacation cruise dining.
Grilled Veal Chop entree at the specialty, Chops Grille restaurant. Cruise vacation fine dining steaks served table side.

THINGS TO DO

Assorted Sushi Rolls Platter served at Izumi, Japanese Restaurant. One of the best fine dining cuisine on a cruise.
Izumi

A FAR EAST FEAST

Say “Konnichiwa” to a reimagined favorite. Sushi, sashimi and more, all made-to-order with intense flavors, the best ingredients and impeccable presentation. Now that’s fresh.

Grilled Veal Chop entree at the specialty, Chops Grille restaurant. Cruise vacation fine dining steaks served table side.
Chops Grille

A CUT ABOVE THE REST

For more than a decade, the chefs of Chops Grille have proudly presented quality, hand-cut prime steaks at this hallmark Royal Caribbean restaurant.

DAY 6 - DOCKED

Charleston, South Carolina

ARRIVES:
8:30 AM
DEPARTS:
7:00 PM

STEEPLED IN ADVENTURE

An afternoon in Charleston might best be spent lunching in a quaint courtyard eatery, sunning on a barrier island beach, or gliding in a paddle-wheel riverboat through the harbor. Staying a bit later? Don’t miss an evening ghost tour— this old southern city is recognized as a hotspot for paranormal activity.

An afternoon in Charleston might best be spent lunching in a quaint courtyard eatery, sunning on a barrier island beach, or gliding in a paddle-wheel riverboat through the harbor. Staying a bit later? Don’t miss an evening ghost tour— this old southern city is recognized as a hotspot for paranormal activity.

Things To Do

in Charleston

FOOTSTEPS OF TIME

Head out on foot from the Battery’s seawall to Waterfront Park, then through the French Quarter and down buzzing King Street. Along the way you’ll stroll past centuries-old mansions, Dock Street Theatre, Gothic Revival churches, war relics, retail hubs and other southern treasures.

ANTEBELLUM MEMORIES

Trace centuries of American history among Charleston’s old rice plantations. Boone Hall Plantation is one of America’s oldest working farms, while Middleton Place is home to the country’s oldest landscaped gardens. Drayton Hall and Magnolia Plantation both offer Southern heritage and Lowcountry scenery along the Ashley River.

PALMETTO PARADISE

Get your feet— or your paddle— wet with plenty of outdoor adventures. Sullivan’s Island and Folly Beach are both popular with beachgoers, and nearby Kiawah is renowned for its PGA-caliber golf courses. Kayak around Shem Creek’s estuaries beside dolphins and waterfowl, or enjoy a walk across the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge before your Charleston cruise.

LOCAL CUISINE

Charleston is one of America’s top food cities, where Lowcountry comfort food meets award-winning, chef-inspired cuisine. Southern staples like creamy she-crab soup, fried chicken and collard greens reign supreme— and everyone has their own twist on the quintessential shrimp and grits. Try frogmore stew for authentic Gullah flavors, or head to Bowens Island for fresh-off-the-boat oysters shucked by the creek.

SHOPPING

King Street’s retail mecca is filled to the brim with unique boutiques, antique shops and book stores. Broad Street’s Gallery Row is an art collector’s dream, while the four-block City Market is where you’ll find Gullah artisans selling their famous sweetgrass baskets handwoven from locally grown bulrush grass.

INSIDER TIP

The Downtown Area Shuttle (DASH) trolley offers a quick and free means of traveling around downtown Charleston.

DAY 7 - AT SEA

CRUISING

SHOW STOPPERS

Couple dressed in black dancing on stage during the Tango Buenos Aires Cruise Show on Jewel of the Seas
Performers dancing on stage for the Rhythm and Rhyme Cruise Show on Grandeur of the Seas

Couple dressed in black dancing on stage during the Tango Buenos Aires Cruise Show on Jewel of the Seas
Performers dancing on stage for the Rhythm and Rhyme Cruise Show on Grandeur of the Seas

THINGS TO DO

Performers dancing on stage during the Tango Buenos Aires Cruise Show on Jewel of the Seas
Tango Buenos Aires

BRUSH UP YOUR BOLEO

Slip into sultry rhythms and heart-racing beats as we touch down in Tango Buenos Aires and delve into the universal dance of love and passion.

Dancers on stage during Rhythm and Rhyme Cruise Show on Grandeur of the Seas
Broadway Rhythm & Rhyme

ENTER STAGE RIGHT

Sing along with your favorite show tunes as the rhythm, rhyme, words and music of Broadway transport you to NYC.

DAY 8 - Arrival Day

Baltimore, Maryland

ARRIVES:
7:00 AM

CHARM CITY ADVENTURE

Top off your East Coast adventure like a true Baltimorean. Crack into blue crabs at a seaside shack. Catch a Ravens football game or root on the Orioles at Camden Yards. Explore downtown’s world-renowned museums and enjoy skyline views atop Federal Hill. Or raise a pint in an old-school Fells Point pub.

Sail ship docked at Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland

Top off your East Coast adventure like a true Baltimorean. Crack into blue crabs at a seaside shack. Catch a Ravens football game or root on the Orioles at Camden Yards. Explore downtown’s world-renowned museums and enjoy skyline views atop Federal Hill. Or raise a pint in an old-school Fells Point pub.

Sail ship docked at Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland
Things To Do

in Baltimore

View of Inner Harbor area in Downtown from a docked ship in Baltimore

Nautical Ties

No visit to Baltimore is complete without exploring the historic Inner Harbor. Step aboard a collection of impressive ships— a Pearl Harbor-era cutter, a 1930s lightship, a sail-powered warship dating back to 1797. Then stroll around brick walkways flanked by chic boutiques, restaurants serving Mid-Atlantic seafood, and photo-worthy views of the water.

Fort McHenry raising the American flag, Baltimore, Maryland

Star Of The Show

Relive the Battle of Baltimore at Fort McHenry, where in 1814, by dawn’s early light, Francis Scott Key wrote the lyrics of The Star-Spangled Banner, the United States’ national anthem. Enter this star-shaped citadel to follow a period costumed guide around the grounds, watch an educational film, and see a replica of the 15-starred American flag.

Waterfront promenade near the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Mayland

Water Logged

Cruises from Baltimore facilitate encounters with almost 20,000 sea creatures spanning seven stories of interactive exhibits at the National Aquarium. Widely considered one of the best in America, this mind-boggling aquatic space includes a rooftop rainforest, multistory shark tank and reef recreations that are home to sea turtles, stingrays, bottlenose dolphins, sharks and more.

Plate of blue crab with lemon and seasoning, in Baltimore, Mayland

Local Cuisine

You can’t leave Baltimore without feasting on Chesapeake Bay blue crabs, which are steamed in Old Bay seasoning or served as golden brown cakes. Little Italy’s trattorias serve up pasta, tiramisu and cannoli— and National Bohemian Beer, lovingly nicknamed Natty Boh, is a local staple. Lexington Market is a foodie’s paradise where nearly 100 vendors shuck raw bar fare, plus enjoy deli sandwiches and the famous Berger cookie.

View of Inner Harbor skyline from promenade at sunset, in Baltimore

Shopping

Satisfy all your souvenir needs and more at Harborplace, a festival marketplace during your Baltimore cruise. Mount Vernon’s Antique Row houses a string of retailers dating to the 1840s. The Hampden neighborhood is known for indie stores and vintage clothing outfitters— or browse Thames Street in Fells Point for vinyl records, books and trendy clothing.

INSIDER TIP

A 15% to 20% gratuity is customary in restaurants and bars. At the airport, tip skycaps at least $1 per bag.

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