Allure dry dock forthcoming?

Propulsion problems have forced Royal Caribbean International to consider putting the world’s largest cruise ship Allure of the Seas in for dry dock maintenance ahead of schedule. The vessel has been continuing on its regular week-long Caribbean itineraries with a slight power issue, with the resulting slower speeds necessitating a shorter stop in Nassau, Bahamas and a late arrival at St Thomas. Allure, which debuted in 2010, wasn’t due for routine works until 2015, however chairman Richard D Fain said it may now swap a drydock slot in 2014 with sister-ship ...
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