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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Dave Beers 50 Many Western Caribbean44 users found this review helpful.
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 had...read more
John Gawne 63 28 2 Night to Nowhere from Boston15 users found this review helpful.
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 the...read more
Marci 40 40 2 Night to Nowhere from Boston14 users found this review helpful.
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 at...read more
David Thrower 49 10 1 Night Cruise to Nowhere6 users found this review helpful.
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 ship....read more
Phil 24 4 Labadee Ocho Rios Cozumel30 users found this review helpful.
I have to say that the cruise from start to finish was great and top notch all the way. The food on this trip was amazing, better than any cruise I have been on. The friendliness of the staff was...read more
Dan Adams 50 1 Western Caribbean122 users found this review helpful.
To celebrate our 25th-wedding anniversary, my wife and I booked our first cruise. We're both prone to sea-sickness, so we looked for the biggest ship we could find (Freedom of the Seas), booked...read more