Freedom of the Seas Ship Profile
- Launched: 2006
- Size: 160,000
- Capacity: 4,515
- Itinerary: Caribbean and Mediterranean
- Good For: Families, Solo Travelers, Couples, and Millennials
- Popular Amenities: Sabor modern Mexican restaurant, Giovanni’s Table Italian restaurant, ice skating rink, mini golf, FlowRider surf simulator, the DreamWorks experience, adults-only solarium pool.
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Sailing from (mostly) Fort Lauderdale for the Caribbean, and Barcelona for the Mediterranean, Freedom of the Seas is a ship that likes to travel. At the time it was built, it was the largest cruise ship in the world – before Royal Caribbean debuted their Oasis-class ships. Freedom features something for everyone, including ten pools and whirlpools, ice skating shows, a vast variety of dining venues, including a gourmet bakery called The Cupcake Cupboard, and a water park for the kids.
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