• Passengers booked
    220000+
  • Length: 1112ft
  • Beam: 126.64ft
  • Cruising speed: 22kn
  • Crew: 1,360
  • Kids Club: For 7 different age groups
  • Passenger Capacity: 3,634
  • Vessel: 2
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Art Auctions
  • Chapel
  • Comedy Club
  • Dance Classes
  • Duty Free Shopping
  • Gym
  • Internet Facilities
  • Library
  • Nursery
  • Outdoor Movie Screens
  • Royal Promenade
  • Solarium
  • Traditional Dining
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  • Year: 2006
  • Draft: 28.00ft
  • Bars/Lounges: 12
  • Gross Tonnage: 160,000 tons
  • Onboard Currency: US Dollars
  • Show Lounge: Daily shows
  • Whirlpool Spas: 5
  • 3D Movies
  • Casino
  • Cinema/Screening room
  • Conference Centre
  • DreamWorks Experience
  • FlowRider Simulator
  • Ice Shows
  • Jogging Track
  • Live Music
  • On Air Club
  • Rock Climbing Wall
  • Security Safe in Cabin
  • Teen Areas
  • Vitality Day Spa & Fitness Centre
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  • Length: 1112ft
  • Beam: 126.64ft
  • Cruising speed: 22kn
  • Crew: 1,360
  • Kids Club: For 7 different age groups
  • Passenger Capacity: 3,634
  • Vessel: 2
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Art Auctions
  • Chapel
  • Comedy Club
  • Dance Classes
  • Duty Free Shopping
  • Gym
  • Internet Facilities
  • Library
  • Nursery
  • Outdoor Movie Screens
  • Royal Promenade
  • Solarium
  • Traditional Dining
+ show more
  • Year: 2006
  • Draft: 28.00ft
  • Bars/Lounges: 12
  • Gross Tonnage: 160,000 tons
  • Onboard Currency: US Dollars
  • Show Lounge: Daily shows
  • Whirlpool Spas: 5
  • 3D Movies
  • Casino
  • Cinema/Screening room
  • Conference Centre
  • DreamWorks Experience
  • FlowRider Simulator
  • Ice Shows
  • Jogging Track
  • Live Music
  • On Air Club
  • Rock Climbing Wall
  • Security Safe in Cabin
  • Teen Areas
  • Vitality Day Spa & Fitness Centre
+ show more
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Freedom of the Seas Overview

Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas cruise ship launched as the largest in the world, and although it's been eclipsed since then by several other ships this is still a huge vessel. Plus, thanks to a makeover in 2011, size is not the only impressive thing about this ship.


Specs: Freedom of the Seas at a glance
The Freedom of the Seas weighs 160,000 tonnes, comes to 1,112 feet in length and has a cruising speed of 21.6 knots. Her max passenger capacity is 3,634.


Accommodation: Freedom of the Seas rooms and suites
Freedom of the Seas rooms range from the excellent value interior staterooms to the utterly luxurious Freedom of the Seas suites which come complete with their own balcony, spacious living areas and all the mod cons you could expect from high end cruising with Royal Caribbean.


Entertainment: things to do on board the Freedom of the Seas
There's plenty to keep you entertained while aboard the Freedom of the Seas - have a look below for a quick preview of Freedom of the Seas entertainment that you might encounter.
  • Onboard surfing with the FlowRider simulator
  • Ice skating
  • Live performances and 3D movies at the Arcadia Theater
  • Rock climbing


Food: Freedom of the Seas restaurants
Food is one of the chief pleasures of life, so naturally no good cruise holiday is complete without a generous selection of delectable dishes to select. Fortunately, Freedom of the Seas food doesn't disappoint.

A few of your fare inclusive dining options aboard the Freedom of the Seas:
  • Main Dining Room: hearty 3 course dinners and tasty lunches and breakfasts
  • Windjammer Cafe: Royal Caribbean's favourite lido buffet
  • Jade: Asian fusion, attached to Windjammer

Some Freedom of the Seas specialty dining options (not included in your fare):
  • Portofino: Italian fine dining; some of the best food you'll find onboard
  • Chops Grille: traditional Northwestern steakhouse fare
  • Johnny Rocket's:  tasty burgers, chili dogs and milkshakes in a 1950's diner setting
  • Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Bar: make sure you try the freshly made waffle cones!


Destinations: Freedom of the Seas itineraries
A Freedom of the Seas itinerary will see cruisers striking out into the Caribbean, usually from Port Canaveral or Fort Lauderdale in Florida.


Things to remember: On board the Freedom of the Seas
Just a couple things to keep in mind when you're getting ready for a Freedom of the Seas experience:
  • On week-long cruises you can expect two formal nights. This is an opportunity for men to bring out their tux, although suits are more than adequate. Women usually opt for either a cocktail dress or gown. If you don't feel like dressing up, casual dinners at Windjammer are a popular choice.
  • Royal Caribbean is renowned for being family-friendly, and the Freedom of the Seas leads the way even within the RC fleet. The H2O Zone waterpark is a colourful favourite with younger kids, and no matter what age your child or teen is, the Freedom of the Seas has programs and activities that will keep them engaged and entertained the whole voyage through. There's even group baby-sitting at the nursery for 6 to 36 month olds (this costs $8 an hour, but could be well worth it for a well deserved break).
  • Royal Caribbean charges a $12 gratuity per day that is added to your onboard account. You can alter or remove the gratuity with a visit to the guest services desk. The official onboard currency is the US dollar.

Written By: Sarah Glover, Content Editor of Cruise Sale Finder

I have enjoyed visiting as much of the world as possible over the years. Europe and the Mediterranean are personal favourites, but there is so much to see very close to our little Australasian corner of the globe- one of my top travel experiences was snorkeling with tropical fish and turtles in New Caledonia! Cruising is a fantastic way to see it all, and we hope to make booking a cruise easier for both first-timers and old salts. From ship tips to destination news and views, we will keep you up-to-date. Happy cruising!

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