Liberty of the Seas Ship
Liberty of the Seas. Always looking for the next big thing? Say hello to one of the world's biggest and most imaginative maritime marvels -Liberty of the Seas. This second addition to our Freedom family of ships comes fully loaded with an unlimited supply of onboard adventure. You'll find a surf park, full-size boxing ring, H2O Zone water park (complete with ground geysers) plus flat screen TVs in every stateroom-and that's just the short list. Liberty also offers Royal Caribbean's very own Vitality wellness program that will rejuvenate your body and soul with soothing spa treatments, healthy menus, personal trainers, tons of fitness options and more!
Liberty of the Seas cruises to the
Caribbean, Europe and Transatlantic.
Liberty of the Seas is a spectacular Freedom Class ship. This ship is
the second of it's kind her sister being
Freedom of the Seas.
If you have children this is one of the Mega ships to be on, the
extensive kids program and arcade, the Liberty of the Seas has the H2O
Zone, a water playground, where kids can play under the brightly colored
sculptures, squirting water in all directions, adults welcomed also, plus you
can't beat the prices Liberty of the Seas has to offer. Beginning in November
she will offer 4 and 5 night Caribbean Cruises leaving from Fort
Lauderdale, Florida. Liberty will sail the Mediterranean on 4, 5 and 7
night roundtrip Barcelona in Europe. Don't forget to book
The Portofino Italian
specialty restaurant - you will be amazed at the service and quality of
its Italian cuisine.
Instant Cruise Rewards:
** Onboard Credits for Inside, Oceanview, Balcony & Junior Suites & Above!
Liberty Of The Seas Facts
Launch Date: 05/19/2007
Max Beam: 184'
Cruising Speed: 21.6 knots
Gross Tonnage: 160000
Length (ft.): 1112
Passenger Capacity: 3634
Liberty Of The Seas Activities
From sunrise to sunset and around every corner, there's something exciting for you to do on a Royal Caribbean International cruise vacation. Onboard, try the rock-climbing wall, or work out with one of our fitness trainers. How about a swim or a relaxing massage? Better yet, try your luck at Caribbean Stud Poker, attend an art auction, or turn it out dancing in a nightclub. There are even supervised activities for kids. And on land, we offer Shore & Land Excursions for everything. Best of all, every experience is delivered with our unique Gold Anchor Service.
Liberty Of The Seas Ship Highlights
Extensive WiFi capabilities and connectivity for cell phones
Full-size, flat-screen TVs in every stateroom
Themed bars and lounges
Adventure Ocean® youth facilities
Day Spa and Fitness Center
Liberty features cruise industry innovations such as the FlowRider® surf simulator, the Powerbox boxing ring, the H2O Zone water park and the Royal Promenade entertainment boulevard, as well as the new programming, which includes Explorer Weddings, for couples looking to tie the knot in extreme style; the Vitality wellness program, promoting a healthier vacation with new, well-balanced fitness, spa, shore excursions and culinary choices; and new family programming, for children and teens.
At 160,000 gross registered tons, and a capacity of 3,634 guests (double-occupancy), Liberty of the Seas was built by Aker Yards, Finland, over the course of two years. Having just completed preview sailings from Southampton, England, Cape Liberty Cruise Port in Bayonne, New Jersey, and the Port of Miami, she sets sail on her maiden Caribbean voyage tomorrow from Miami, and will continue to depart on Saturdays, with her sister ship, Freedom of the Seas, departing on Sundays. The two sister ships will alternate between 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries. Both itineraries include a call at Royal Caribbean’s private destination Labadee, Haiti. Liberty’s Western Caribbean itinerary calls in Cozumel, Mexico; George Town, Cayman Islands; and Montego Bay, Jamaica. The Eastern Caribbean itinerary calls in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Philipsburg, St. Maarten, allowing for a third day at sea to take advantage of all the ship has to offer.
The two Freedom-class ships will be joined by a third, Independence of the Seas, when she debuts in Europe in May 2008. She will sail from the United Kingdom during her premier season and will be the largest ship home-ported in Europe.
Royal Caribbean International is a global cruise brand with 21 ships currently in service and three under construction. The line also offers unique land-tour vacations in Alaska, Canada, Europe and Australia through its cruisetour division.
Liberty Of The Seas Dress Code
- Shorts, t-shirts, slacks, trousers,
casual skirts, blouses, and sundresses are all perfect during the day,
whether indoors or out.
Suggested guidelines for nighttime dress:
- Casual: sport shirts and slacks for
men, sundresses or pants for women
- Smart Casual: jackets and ties for
men, dresses or pantsuits for women
- Formal: suits and ties or tuxedos for
men, cocktail dresses for women
Gratuities - Onboard Tipping
For cruises that set sail on or after July 1, 2011 the suggested gratuities are:
Waiter: $3.75 USD a day per guest
Assistant Waiter: $2.15 USD a day per guest
Head Waiter: $.75 USD a day per guest
Housekeeping staff: $5.00 USD a day per guest
Suite Housekeeping staff: $7.25 USD a day per guest
Gratuities are voluntary and at the discretion of each passenger guest. These guidelines serve as a guideline. Envelopes for gratuities will be provided in your stateroom on the last night of the cruise. Gratuities may be paid in the following ways: prepaid by having them added to your reservation by your booking agent; added to your onboard SeaPass account; or paid in cash at the end of the cruise. A 15% gratuity will automatically be added to your bar bill or wine check when you are served.
Call 1 800 435-7967
to see if you qualify for these rates,
select all that apply to you or someone in your stateroom (optional):
Senior Age 55+
U.S. Military or Canadian Forces*
U.S. or Canadian Law Enforcement, Fire Dept, or EMT*
* Active duty or retired