Royal Caribbean International Freedom of the Seas

OCG Class
Mainstream
Freedom of the Seas
Year Built2006
Year Last Refurbished2015
Capacity4,515 passengers
Decks14
Tonnage154,407
RegistryBahamas

Overview

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 Ship Profile & Stats

  • Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean International
  • Ship Type: Cruise Ship
  • Line Class: Mainstream
  • Registry: Bahamas
  • Year Built: 2006
  • Year Last Refurbished: 2015
  • Capacity: 4,515 passengers
  • Decks: 14
  • Gross Tonnage: 154,407
  • Length: 1112 ft
  • Beam: 185 ft
  • Average Speed: 22 knots
  • Inside Cabins: 757
  • Outside Cabins: 1,134
  • Nationality of Officers: Norwegian
  • Nationality of Crew: International
  • Number of Crew: 1,360

Freedom of the Seas On-Board Recreation

  • Indoor Pools: 1
  • Outdoor Pools: 3
  • Spa: Yes
  • Casino: Yes

Freedom of the Seas Dining Choices

  • Main Dining Room (Capacity: 2,101)
  • Windjammer Cafe Cuisine: Buffet
  • Chops Grille

Freedom of the Seas Entertainment

  • Arcadia Theatre (Capacity: 1,320)
  • Wipeout!
  • Vintages: Wine bar
  • Bull & Bear Pub: English pub
  • Viking Crown Lounge (Capacity: 134)
  • Casino Royale (Capacity: 447)