Soon after the ship departed on Saturday, the passengers were informed of a technical problem with one of the ship engines.
The engineers had to assess the engine problem, and as a precaution, the trip had to be canceled because the ship could not spend much time on Bermuda.
Grandeur of the Seas returned to Baltimore and guests were able to stay onboard until September 1st.
As soon as the problem is resolved, the next and much longer 9-day cruise to Canada and New England will take place on September 5th as planned.
The news comes a few days after Royal Caribbean had to reform the routes of three ships, including Harmony of the Seas, Symphony of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, to avoid the projected path of the Tropical Storm Dorian.