Independence of the Seas Ship Review
Once sharing a third of the title of world's-largest-cruise ship with sisters Freedom of the Seas and Liberty of the Seas, Royal Caribbean's Independence of the Seas features all of the amenities cruisers have come to expect from megaships. The Independence carries 3,634 passengers aboard a floating city that features everything from a FlowRider surf simulator to a boxing ring and gourmet restaurants.
Independence of the Seas 13 Night Transatlantic Cruise Schedule & Itinerary
Location/ Port of Call
|Sunday, 05/01/2016||Depart from Fort Lauderdale, Florida|
|Monday, 05/02/2016||Nassau, Bahamas|
|Wednesday, 05/04/2016||San Juan, Puerto Rico|
|Thursday, 05/05/2016||Philipsburg, St. Maarten|
|Saturday, 05/14/2016||Arrive at Southampton, England|
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|How many guests? Total should not exceed 5 passengers.
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