Allure early drydock confirmed

Royal Caribbean International president and chief executive officer Adam Goldstein has confirmed Allure of the Seas will enter early drydock for maintenance work to correct an unanticipated level of bearing wear in one of the ship’s three propulsion motors. Allure of the Seas operates well-long departures to the Caribbean, with the early work forcing the cancellation of one departure on 23 Feb 2014. Apologising for the unforeseen cancellation, Goldstein said the decision to put the world’s largest passenger cruise ship in for repair work ahead of schedule was not taken ...
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