Grandeur of the Seas to be repaired by mid-July; Full refund for Passengers

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Fire-damaged cruise ship Grandeur of the Seas during a sailing from Baltimore to the Bahamas is expected to be back in service by mid-July, according to a statement by Royal Caribbean's spokesman, Cynthia Martinez.
Martinez stated in an email Thursday that the fire damaged cruise ship Grandeur of the Seas is being expected to be back in service for 12th of July, 2013 sailing.
There were no injured people in the fire onboard the Grandeur of the Seas of Monday's accident, but people on board were sent home and promised full refunds of their money and credit for a future cruise sailing. A cruise set to start Friday was instantly cancelled and passengers were given a refund and a 50% cruise credit.
Royal Caribbean cancelled another 5 cruise sailings, mostly in June. Royal Caribbean stated that passengers are going to receive a refund and a 25 % credit.
No cause of the fire has been released.