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 Freedom of the seas

Launched by Royal Caribbean in 2006, Freedom of the Seas became the world's largest ship. The long awaited "super Voyager" class ship has lived up to all the hype and promise that was anticipated. This ship is simply awesome!

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 Professional Reviews

Tom Ogg, 2006-05-13Inaugural Cruise to Nowhere

The setup: I was helping my wife Joanie with groups of 200 and 100 more

84users found this review helpful.

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Tyra Wahl 38 4 Eastern Caribbean

    First up we got to the port area in Miami within about an hour of the gates closing which was good because the staff informed us that it was total chaos and completely out of more

    77 users found this review helpful.
  • Brad 36 1 Eastern Caribbean

    Freedom of the Seas is an amazing ship.  It is HUGE!!!!  We arrived in Miami via the international airport, caught a shuttle there at the airport that took us straight to the ship ( more

    83 users found this review helpful.
  • Cathy Craft 37 2 Western Caribbean

    Embarkation Day As my husband and I arrived to the port I was dumbfounded at the sight of Freedom. The sheer size of her was enough to astound anyone. Our past cruise was on a ship more

    113 users found this review helpful.
  • Tiffany Rafferty 20 6 Western Caribbean

    Okay I’m here to give you an insight into the worlds largest cruise ship, the Freedom of the Seas, but with it being so large where do I start? I guess the best bet is to start from more

    158 users found this review helpful.
  • Susan Maher 53 7 Western Caribbean

    Sailing Date: June 18th, 2006 Wow, what a ship! Beautiful, clean and huge but definitely designed for families with children in mind. This cruise we noticed children on board much more

    37 users found this review helpful.
  • Beverly Carby 52 n/a Miami / Caribbean

    Check-in was a breeze, the best process I have experienced to date on any line -- it might have been due to our arriving in good time, before the crowd. The size of Freedom is amazing, more

    12 users found this review helpful.
  • Dave Beers 50 Many Western Caribbean

    On June 4, 2006, I boarded the Freedom Of The Seas for the “maiden voyage” – which means the first voyage on the full itinerary with paying guests. But to be truthful the ship more

    44 users found this review helpful.
  • John Gawne 63 28 2 Night to Nowhere from Boston

    After a series of inaugural short sailings from New York, Freedom of the Seas was scheduled for a series of two-day and one day sailings from Boston before heading to Miami later in more

    15 users found this review helpful.
  • Marci 40 40 2 Night to Nowhere from Boston

    I am very excited and honored that I was invited to sail on this magnificent ship for a 2-day preview cruise for travel agents. We flew into Boston a day early from Texas. We stayed more

    14 users found this review helpful.
  • David Thrower 49 10 1 Night Cruise to Nowhere

    Paula and I went to the one night pre-inaugural May 15, 2005 and here is our review. We would like to thank Joanie Ogg and RCCL for giving us this opportunity to experience this more

    6 users found this review helpful.
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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Royal Caribean Int.
  • Capacity (double occupancy):0
  • Builder:N/A
  • Full Capacity:
  • Inaugurated:2006
  • Space Ratio:N/A
  • Gross Tonnage:160,000 gt
  • Crew:0
  • Length:1,112 ft. / 336 m