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Freedom of the Seas

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The first ship in the Freedom class ships, Freedom of the Seas has been sailing since 2006 and s boasts a fantastic array of at sea innovations, incuding amazing evening entertainment, delicious dining and exciting recreation, from a climbing wall and surf machine to a great choice of shows and lounge bars. Whether you're sailing as a family, voyaging as a couple or holidaying alone, do so onboard Freedom of the Seas for an adventure you won't forget in a hurry.

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Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 04/06/2006
Tonnage 154407
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 32
Number Of Decks 15
Number Of Elevators 4
Number Of Pools 4
Number Of Restaurants 5
Formal Nights Yes
Kids Clubs Yes
Maximum Capacity 4370
Crew 1360
Refurbished 2015

Ship Facilities


Freedom of the Seas boasts some of Royal Caribbean's best choices of dining venues and styles of food. From the main dining rooms offering sumptuous cuisine in more formal surroundings, to Johnny Rocket's '50s-styled dinner. Whatever your mood or taste, there is always something to suit.

If you're looking for elegant surroundings and a la carte menus, head to Portofino's for the finest Italian cuisine, or to Chops Grille for a perfect steak. On the other hand, if you're in the mood for pizza and a more casual Italian atmosphere, then Sorrento's is just the treat.

For casual dining you can enjoy the famous American diner experience in Johnny Rockets, or maybe tempt yourself with the '40s charm and wonderful baked goods of the Cupcake Cupboard.


Freedom of the Seas is renowned for its exceptional choice of onboard entertainment. The Freedom-class ship brings together the elegance of Broadway-style shows in the main theatre, wonderful products in Studio B's ice rink, and a fantastic choice of bars and lounges to relax in.

Whether it's high rolling in the casino, enjoying the elegant surrounding of the Martini bar, or heading to the sports bar, or the English-style pub for a cold beer, you will be spoilt for choice.


Families haven’t been forgotten when it comes to cruising onboard Freedom of the Seas, with specially tailored activities meaning that even the youngest guests can have an adventure of the highs seas with club’s for each age group. Designed to offer fun and education for all ages, let little ones meet new friends while learning. Meanwhile, the teen club gives teenagers their own space away from their parents onboard the ship.

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Spa and fitness

Freedom of the Seas is no slouch in the spa and fitness department either. The ship boasts a fabulous spa, where you can be pampered to your heart's content with the great selections of treatments on offer. The adult-only spa has its own relaxed pool, hot tubs, and all the great facilities you would expect from Royal Caribbean.

There is also a fully equipped modern gym onboard, so you can burn off the calories from all the wonderful food you've indulged in. If you fancy taking a class or two, then why not give the likes of yoga or pilates a go?


Freedom of the Seas, as the first of the Freedom-class ships, was unrivalled when it comes to recreation at sea when she was first launched. Today Freedom of the Seas remains one of the finest ships at sea and still offers a great selection of entertainment and recreation.

If you are looking for a little excitement at sea, then why not try the ship's climbing wall, the FlowRider — the cruise line's renowned surf machine — or you could go ice skating in Studio B. Head to the Royal Promenade to enjoy the hustle and bustle, or the ship's social hub to do a spot of shopping or maybe for a relaxed coffee. In addition, there's always the library to escape to for some peace and quiet, or it's possible to relax in the spa, on deck, or by the pool.

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