Freedom of the Seas Ship Review
At its 2006 debut, the Freedom of the Seas claimed the world's-largest-cruise-ship title from then holder, Queen Mary 2. Weighing an incredible 154,407 tons, this Royal Caribbean ship is far too large to navigate the Panama Canal and carries 3,634 passengers on weekly cruises from Port Canaveral to the Caribbean.
Freedom of the Seas 6 Night Western Caribbean Cruise Schedule & Itinerary
Location/ Port of Call
|Sunday, 03/26/2017||Depart from Fort Lauderdale, Florida|
|Tuesday, 03/28/2017||George Town, Grand Cayman|
|Wednesday, 03/29/2017||Cozumel, Mexico|
|Thursday, 03/30/2017||Puerto Costa Maya, Mexico|
|Saturday, 04/01/2017||Arrive at Fort Lauderdale, Florida|
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|How many guests? Total should not exceed 5 passengers.
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