- A Royal Caribbean journey that over from Baltimore on Jan 2 had 47 reported cases of “gastro-intestinal illness.”
- The means of the illness is not known.
- The conflict follows over 500 reported cases of illness on Royal Caribbean cruises in December.
Passengers on a Royal Caribbean journey have reported 47 cases of “gastrointestinal illness,” according to a company spokesperson. The Grandeur of the Seas journey ship over from Baltimore on Jan 2 with 2,859 passengers and stopped in Charleston, South Carolina; Orlando, Florida; and the Bahamas.
The journey was set to return to Baltimore on Thursday, but a automatic issue has forced the ship to postpone its return until Saturday. The Royal Caribbean orator also pronounced that the guest who reported illnesses were treated by the ship’s doctors.
Royal Caribbean does not know what caused the conflict of illness.
“We’re holding stairs like complete spotless procedures to minimize the risk of any serve issues,” the orator told Business Insider in a statement. “The ship will bear special cleaning procedures before it departs Saturday for her next cruise.”
Two Royal Caribbean cruises in Dec left some-more than 500 total passengers sick, according to USA Today. A journey from Singapore to Australia that finished on Dec 7 had over 200 reported cases of illness, and 332 cases of illness were reported on a journey from Florida that returned on Dec 16.