A Guide to the Freedom Of The Seas

Like every other vessel in the Royal Caribbean range, the Freedom of the Seas is a mightily impressive ship and it delivers top-quality cruise holidays throughout the year. The idea behind the Freedom and the class of ships that carries its name is to offer holidaymakers enough choice of activities and entertainments so that no-one can possibly go home feeling short changed in any way. All of which means there is quite simply an immense amount for passengers to enjoy while travelling on-board the Freedom.

For energetic adults and teenagers there are a number of outstandingly innovative features like the flowRider that gives you the chance to learn to surf or brush up on your skills if you already know your way around a surf board. Beyond that there’s an outdoor climbing wall on which you can challenge your grip, or your kids in a race to the top. Meanwhile the aptly named H2O Zone is a mini adventure water-world that children of all ages are bound to absolutely love and that can keeps some of the more enthusiastic adults on-board entertained as well.

Freedom of the Seas

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There are other activity options but those are some of the headlines. Although, if that all sounds rather more energetic than what you have in mind for your next cruise holiday then you’ll be glad to know as well that there are certain areas of the Freedom designed to offer a real sense of sanctuary for adults only. So you can pamper yourself to your heart’s content if that is what cruise holidays are all about for you. But whatever you get up to during your days on-board there will come a time when you start getting a little peckish and there again, when it comes to dining options, you will be spoil for choice on any Freedom Class ship and nowhere more so than on the Freedom of the Seas.

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