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Freedom of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern
Sail Date: July 15, 2007
Ship: Freedom of the Seas
Cabin Type: Inside
Traveled As: Family (young children)
Reviewed: 10 years ago
Review SummaryThe ship is so beautiful and enormous in size. The rooms are larger than other ships I have been on. The activities from putt-putt golf, rock-wall climbing, surfing and many others, I had never imagined on a ship. The ice skating rink performed an ice show that was dazzleing for all ages. All of the entertainment in the shows was excellent. I couldn't really find much wrong with this ship except maybe the selection in the shops. It was inferior quality jewelry and way overpriced. We had a 3 year old and she loved their childrens program. They had enough room so there was something unique for everyone to enjoy as well as the old standards like the art auction, bingo and a really nice casino. I was skeptical about the number of passengers but it wasn't bad and well worth the trip on the largest ship afloat!!!
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Don't Miss: Maybe the scuba diving although the weather was bad so we didn't go.
Pros: Beautiful ship inside and out. It has amazing activities, something for everyone and the best part is no long lines. It has been designed to accomodate 4,000 passengers and I have been on cruise ships with 1,000 passengers where the wait in line was longer.
Cons: I would have to say the onboard shopping. There isn't much selection and the prices are very high.