Freedom Of The Seas Cruise Review
Freedom of the Seas is flagship of RCI and is largest cruise ship in the world. A large number of people wait for this cruise every year mainly because of the amenities provided for the passengers. The ship has been designed in a Voyager style only upon the grander scale. There are magnificent dining rooms with huge crystal chandeliers and decorated with rich warm navy blue, gold and maroon colors. The cruisers can do shopping, strolling and drinking tea and espresso in the village area of Royal Promenade.
Cruise Ship Reviews – Freedom Of The Seas Cruise
It is also a great place to meet new people from around the world including Scotland, Germany, Italy, France, Ireland and England. The waiting time is a bit longer than other ships as the ship is able to accommodate more than 3000 passengers and checking all of them takes time. The ship’s theme is earth, fire, water and air which is depicted in different areas of the ship including the Promenade, Down under and the Crypt.
Cruise Ship Reviews – Freedom Of The Seas Cruise
Amenities: Apart from other features of a world-class ship, the innovative ones of Freedom include surf pool, water park, boxing ring, barber shop and whirlpools suspended over the sea. There have been 22 bars along with other decorated areas including Royal Promenade. The cabins are accessible by wheelchair and are prefab modules. There are console TVs, mini refrigerators, desks with many drawers and personal safes, along with coffee tables, couches and upholstered chairs. The new style bed frames are upgraded with duvets, linens, towels and mattresses. There are several water sports and swimming areas, flea market and artisan market where the cruisers can buy some interesting wood pieces at reasonable prices.
Cruise Ship Reviews – Freedom Of The Seas Cruise, Royal Promenade
Food: The waiters are efficient and friendly and are always on the lookout to anticipate the cruisers’ needs. The foods offered are good and the servers are helpful with drinks and trays. There are 2 special restaurants that provide veal chops, asparagus, unique salads and mushrooms. There is also a great selection of pork or veal chops, T-bone, lamb filet, beef filet and halibut fish. Usually, they start with hot bread loaf with shrimp appetizers, crab cakes and pimento butter. The alternatives are nice including pastas and vegetarian options. The walls of Sorrento are decorated with pictures of singers, sports figures and actors from Italy.
Cruise Ship Reviews – Freedom Of The Seas Restaurant
Entertainment: The Arcadia Theatre is home to various shows and games that make the audience laugh riotously, do marvelous dancing and enjoy acrobatics upon silken clothes. Clowns do comic routines just before the show and there are wizards with jumping ropes.
Cruise Ship Reviews – Freedom Of The Seas – Arcadia Theatre
Magic shows from celebrity magicians include magical activities of disappearance, levitation and translocation. Apart from the shows, there are other fun activities such as basketball, rock climbing, ice skating, surfing, casino gaming and dancing that people can enjoy while on board.
This is one of the best cruises on which cruisers get the best possible entertainment facilities from theatre shows, live shows and concerts to ice skating, basket ball and casino gambling. It provides never-ending fun to the cruisers all week long and they will like to enjoy each and every detail provided on the ship.
Caribean Cruises presents Royal Caribbean Cruise ship Freedom of the Seas
Freedom of the Seas is 339 metres long and 56 metres wide ship belonging to Royal Caribbean. You really won’t regret if you decide to go on board of Freedom of the Seas.
This extraordinary ship is the largest cruise ship in the world. Maybe someone could argue that Freedom of the Seas isn’t the biggest cruise ship in the world since Queen Mary 2 is 6 metres longer than FotS, but the ocean girant from Royal Caribbean fleet is more than 15 meters wider than Queen Mary 2. That’s why Freedom of the Seas deserves the pole position.
You name it, Freedom of the Seas has it. On board you’ll find theatre, casino, library, karaoke stage, restaurants, bars, shops and many other attractions. For those who prefer sport activities, Freedom of the Seas includes: climbing wall, ice and skating rinks, golf and basketball course, swimming pools and many many more. Maybe the biggest attraction is so called “FlowRider”, this is the only surfing wave on board of a cruise ship. If you can afford it then you can rent the most expensive passenger cabin on this miracle ship which has in total more than 1,800 passenger cabins. The most expensive cabin or better said apartment which is named Royal Suite, will cost you $28,000 per night, but this luxurious apartment includes your own balcony, grand piano, whirlpool and all possible technical gadgets.For ordinary people, interior cabins are available for as little as $1150 per one-week cruise.
Caribbean Cruises presents “FREEDOM OF THE SEAS”
Experience the largest and most innovative ship yet, Freedom of the Seas! This Royal Caribbean International masterpiece of naval engineering features the first-ever onboard surf park at sea; cantilevered whirlpools that extend 12 feet beyond the sides of the ship; the H2O Zone waterpark, complete with interactive sculpture fountains, ground geysers and a cascading waterfall; our largest rock-climbing wall, with eleven routes and a central spire you can swing around and so much more!
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