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Anyone know when the explorer of the seas is going into dry dock? i have heard january 2010...
Found on another site today ----report from onboard --- We just spoke to RCL and they acknowledged that the propeller was damaged. They stated they will arrive in NJ at around 1am Sun morning and have a dive crew and a new propeller waiting. They said there should be no delay in our time of departure. They also said that these things happen more frequently than people realize but they are accustomed to dealing with it because the ships are in use 24/7. Hopefully, this is accurate information .
Explorer sailed on time and at 9.50GMT this evening and she was seen passing under the Verrazzano Bridge on schedule.
Sailed on time but with a sea going tug as well ???? very strange thats not normal.
Hi - How did you find this info out? We're due to sail on 22/2 and our family want to track our progress!!
Are there passengers onboard or is she off to a dry dock somewhere??
She is underway with passengers on board they could not fix her starboard prop, so she is running on 2 props at reduced speed maybe ? they will fix her in st Thomas i think it is matter of balancing the new prop.
Thanks for all your answers someone on board, has posted missing san juan and limping towards st thomas for the dive team to do their work That is not till thursday so feel they will have a rough passage also 4 days at sea.
We are booked to leave Bayonne, feb. 13 on the explorer, do you think she will sail!
We just returned from our Jan 23rd to Feb 1st Cruise. We missed Labedee because of vibrations coming from the propeller (so we were told by the captain). We limped straight back to NJ after leaving Samana. Divers went into the water Jan 29th. Captain said that the dive was inconclusive. We arrived NJ Sunday Feb 1st @ 0500