The Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship "Grandeur of the Seas" suffered a setback en route to Coco Cay, Bahamas on Monday. A fire was reported on Deck 3 on the 11-deck ship while it was off the Atlantic coast of Florida. The cruise ship fire was said to be minor, and considered a "Class A" fire, when it occurred about 40 miles from Freeport, Bahamas.

Class A fires are ignited among solid materials such as wood, and do not characteristically involve a combustible substance like oil or gasoline.

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The cruise ship fire on the Grandeur of the Seas occurred while the ship was en route to Coco Cay, Bahamas, a private island northeast of Nassau otherwise known as Little Stirrup Cay, according to an RCI statement. Coco Cay is a favorite stop for Royal Caribbean's Crown & Anchor Society members. Its unusually calm surf, availability of extra-curricular maritime activities and complimentary beachside barbecue greet cruisers year round.

No injuries were reported on account of the cruise ship fire, though many on board were likely disappointed with the news that the Grandeur of the Seas changed course after the incident, heading into Freeport for further investigation of the now-extinguished fire.

The Grandeur of the Seas, sailing out of the McComas Street terminal in Baltimore, Md., reportedly recently replaced the Enchantment of the Seas in the Patapsco River basin, which now calls Port Canaveral, Fla. home. Both are Vision class ships, built in the late 1990s. There were 2,224 passengers onboard at the time of the cruise ship's fire.