It’s a veritable city at sea. Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas promises cruise passengers an active holiday complete with rock climbing walls and full-size basketball courts…
There are four main categories of staterooms on the Freedom of the Seas: Suites, Balcony, Outside and Interior. These are all equipped with TVs, safes, a private bathroom and an ample amount of storage space.
There are six different types of interior staterooms on the Freedom of the Seas, including Promenade Family Stateroom, Family Interior Stateroom, Accessible Promenade Stateroom, Promenade Stateroom, Accessible Interior Stateroom and Interior Stateroom. The Interior Staterooms include two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size as well as a private bathroom.
There are four different types of outdoor staterooms on the Freedom of the Seas, including Family Ocean View Stateroom, Large Ocean View Stateroom, Accessible Outside Stateroom, Ocean View Stateroom. The Outside Staterooms include two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size as well as a private bathroom.
There are three different types of balcony staterooms on the Freedom of the Seas, including Superior Ocean View Stateroom, Accessible Balcony stateroom and Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom. Balcony staterooms have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size, a sitting area (some with sofa bed), a private balcony and a private bathroom.
There are seven different types of suites on the Freedom of the Seas, including Royal Suite, Presidential Family Suite, Owner’s Suite, Royal Family Suite, Grand Suite, Accessible Suite and Junior Suite. Suits have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size, private balcony, sitting area (some with sofa bed) and a private bathroom.
The Freedom of the Seas, which forms part of Royal Caribbean’s Freedom Class, sails year-round from Port Canaveral around the Caribbean and in addition to offering a range of facilities for active holiday makers, it also includes a rather impressive four-story Royal Promenade emulating New Orleans’ famed Bourbon Street running along the entire centre of the ship lined with shops, sidewalk cafes and bars and lounges.
Did you know?
- Tonnage: 160 000
- Number of cabins: 1 815
- Number of cabins with verandas: 844
- Number of Passengers: 3 634
Standing upright on its bow, Freedom of the Seas
would trump New York’s famed Chrysler building (319m) and the Eiffel Tower in Paris (300m).