Freedom of the Seas

Freedom of the seas Primed to sail for the first time in June 2006, Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas ship will exclusively visit the Caribbean. The Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas will most often include seven-day travel itineraries to such Caribbean ports of call as Cozumel in Mexico, Georgetown in Grand Cayman, Montego Bay in Jamaica and Labadee in Hispaniola. Departing from a port in Miami, the Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean ship will not only provide top shore excursions in these various Caribbean destinations but will also be characterized by an amazing onboard experience.

Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean Featuring diverse dining restaurants, excellent entertainment options and gracious service options, the Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean ship will quickly become the preferred vessel for traveling during an ultimate family vacation, group outing or solo expedition. And with WiFi connection capabilities and connectivity for cell phones, the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas will be one of the most technologically advanced ships in not only the main cruise line industry but also the world!

Freedom of the Seas - Ship Facts

Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean With a maximum occupancy reserved to no more than 3600 people and a length of 1,112 feet, the Freedom of the Seas is the largest vessel in this line?s diverse and accomplished class of ships. The Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas will start smoothly and then be able to cruise at a maximum speed of 21.5 knots while traveling to various Caribbean destinations. Furthermore, the 14-deck Freedom of the Seas will be highlighted by a variety of onboard features, like a rock climbing wall, casino, ice rink, cantilevered whirlpools, a royal promenade and much more.

Freedom of the Seas - Accommodations

The Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas vessel will offer four different staterooms: a suite/deluxe, balcony, interior and an oceanview. Offering more comfort, privacy and intimacy, the suites on the Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean ship figure to be a popular living option while cruising. A Royal Suite will feature a separate bedroom and balcony while the grand Presidential Family Suite will offer four bedrooms and bathrooms, a balcony and a separate living area with a sofa bed. The luxurious Owner?s Suite will have its own separate living area and private balcony as well while the Royal Family Suite will offer two bedrooms and bathrooms with a living area. Passengers may also reserve grand suites featuring comfortable bedrooms or junior suites which offer a sitting area and private balcony.

The Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas ship offers two types of balcony staterooms. The luxurious Superior Oceanview Stateroom will offer a sitting area and private balcony while the Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom will provide a smaller sitting area. Guests on the Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean ship may also choose between standard, family or large oceanview staterooms which will most often feature twin beds, a sofa and sitting areas of various sizes. Interior staterooms will most often feature twin beds, pullman beds, sofas, sitting areas and a private bath while the family interiors will be able to accommodate up to six people. Every stateroom onboard will have flat-screen televisions as well.

Freedom of the Seas - Onboard Entertainment and Activities

While onboard the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas ship, take in a Broadway or Las Vegas-style show at the Arcadia Theatre, which is five stories tall from its orchestra pit to its domed ceiling. Or skate on over to Studio B, which features its own ice rink. Pirouette with your children or spouse during special family skating sessions or just enjoy a magnificent ice show at night. Studio B will also host a variety of other activities, from game shows and trivia contests to cooking classes for older adults.

Freedom of the Seas - Sports and Exercise

Freedom of the seas will give you freedom to continue to stay on your daily exercise. Just because you're on your way to the Bahamas, doesn't mean you have to sacrifice your exercise schedule for a week. In fact, the Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean ship will likely enhance exercise regimens and turn people to the path of a healthier lifestyle. Take advantage of the Shipshape? Day Spa and Fitness Center and all of its world class equipment, from weight machines, free weights and stationary stair bikes to treadmills, a sauna and a whirlpool. The Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas ship will also offer pilates, kickboxing, spinning and yoga classes for travelers of all levels and experience.

Activities abound on the sports deck where passengers can monitor their heart rate by running around the jogging track, work on their golf swing at the golf simulator or cross over a fellow passenger on the basketball court. Guests on the Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean vessel may also take to the onboard rock climbing wall or hit up the swimming pools and cantilevered whirlpools. Passengers will definitely want to take advantage of this ship's Flowrider?, which will allow them to surf, body board and wakeboard while on deck.

Freedom of the Seas - Spa

Freedom of the seas Vacations are supposed to be about relaxing and this cruise line has taken this wonderful idea to the extreme on the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas ship. Guests can mellow out via hot rock treatments, facials and massages at the spa as they're not only physically but also mentally taken to a different time and place. Always the innovator, Royal Caribbean even has a GenerationYSPA, for guests ages 13-17.

Freedom of the Seas - Bars, Lounges and Nightclubs

For adults and older guests, the night may begin and end in the various bars, lounges and nightclubs on the Freedom of the Seas ship. When sailing to the Caribbean, enjoy the nautical theme of the Schooner Bar or celebrate a well spent day at the Champagne Bar during the evening. The Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas ship also features different-style pubs, vintage wine lounges and Latin dance clubs. And with various other themed bars and lounges, the Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean vessel caters to a diverse crowd with different needs and interests.

Freedom of the Seas - Dining

The Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean ship will provide a variety of restaurants for its guests to choose among. Guests may convene at the Leonardo Dining Room or take to the many specialty restaurants on this ship. Enjoy delicious Italian food at Portofino, wonderful steaks and seafood at Chops Grille or good ol? hamburgers and fries at Johnny Rockets. Enjoy a lighter meal while staring out at the ocean at the Seaview Caf?or grab a quick bite to eat, like sandwiches and pizza, at the Caf'e Promenade.

Enjoy traditional and modern Asian dishes at Jade or indulge in wonderful buffets at Windjammer. The Freedom of the Seas will also provide 24-hour complimentary room service for all of its guests while also offering a variety of economical drink packages. Guests may also grab a cup of joe at Latte-Tudes and pick up some ice cream at Ben & Jerry's.

Freedom of the Seas - Young Adventurer's Program

The Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean ship offers a variety of age-specific activities for its younger guests, ages 3 to 17. Kids six to eight years old can participate in a variety of arts and crafts programs while 9 to 11 year old children can learn new sports like Gagaball. Teens can dance the night away at their own clubs. Parents may also engage in interactive programs with their toddlers as well. In turn, the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas ship leaves no guests unaccounted for.

Freedom of the Seas - Discounts

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