In 2009, the only Royal Caribbean ship sailing from Baltimore to Bermuda was the Grandeur of the Seas, but in 2010, it will be replaced on this route by Enchantment of the Seas. Both ships have a capacity of about 2,500 guests.
Five-Day vs. Seven-Day Cruises
The five-day cruise spends the first two days at sea, and docks at King's Wharf, Bermuda, for two complete days before making its return journey to Baltimore.
The seven-day cruise also spends the first two days at sea, but then spends an extra day at King's Wharf, Bermuda. It also spends two full days at sea on the return journey to Baltimore.
The advantage of the seven-day cruise is that you will have an extra day to fit in all the excursions you want. Also, the nighttime excursions on the five-day cruise only have one night to choose from, wheras the seven-day cruise, the night excursions run both nights the ship is docked.
The five-day cruises from Baltimore, as of 2009, are $349 for an interior room. But if you can be flexible, it is possible to snatch a deal on a seven-night cruise at the last minute for $100 to $200 more.
Royal Caribbean only offers their Baltimore to Bermuda cruise from June to October.