Freedom of the Seas at a Glance
The Freedom of the Seas' maiden voyage was June 4th, 2006, and she underwent dry-docking in 2011. Her gross tonnage is 160,000, and she carries 3,634 passengers at double occupancy.
Features all of Royal Caribbean's latest amenities: Chops Grille (alternative dining steakhouse) and Royal Caribbean's WaterWorks
Great for families with kids -- Teens and younger kids can look forward to great new centers and Royal Caribbean's age appropriate actvities, and plenty of entertainment options for adults! Of course, the Dreamworks entertainment is designed for children from 2 to 102!
The Freedom of the Seas is full of great dining venues, from the main dining rooms, The Galileo, the Isaac, and The Leonardo, to the The Windjammer Cafe lido buffet & grill. The Freedom of the Seas also features the Jade, the Portofino Italian Bistro, and Johnny Rockets. Chops Grille alternative dining restaurant is not to be missed. For more information, visit our Freedom of the Seas dining guide.
Want to know what to expect on the Freedom of the Seas? What is the Spa like? What are the kid's programs like? Is there a quiet place on the Freedom of the Seas? Can I use my cell phone on the Freedom of the Seas? Visit our Freedom of the Seas Activities guide to learn about everything there is to do on the Freedom of the Seas.