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FREEDOM of the SEAS
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   Running more than 440 feet down the center of the
ship is the Royal Promenade, a mall with shops,
eating venues and a barber shop.  At night, the area
is used for entertainment, parades, and parties.  It
can be thought of as the heart of the ship's interior
public space.
At either end of the Royal Promenade are multi-deck
atriums.  One features a set of giant traffic lights at
the top (above right) while the other features
sculptures of brightly painted jet fighters by artist
Antonio Riello (right).
Continuing this whimsical decor is a giant statue of a
woman who has just dived into the water (below
right) .  It is suspended from the ceiling of the Royal
Promenade.
Another example of the ship's decor are the paintings
of four of the world's most well-known explorers by
Norwegian artists Harald Egede-Nissen
(below).  Each of the art works onboard is intended
to relate to the theme of the four basic elements:
earth, air, water, and fire.  
Except where otherwise indicated, articles and photos are by
and copyright Richard H. Wagner
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FREEDOM OF THE SEAS is an expanded version of
the popular Voyager-class cruise ships.  
The atmosphere is casual but active. Indeed, much
attention has been given to building a series of amenities
designed to appeal to people with an active lifestyle.
FREEDOM OF
THE SEAS
PHOTO TOUR
AND
COMMENTARY
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OVERVIEW
Monica Perez, Hotel Administrative Assistant.
ABOVE: FREEDOM's bridge spans some 180 feet. Using two
azipods for propulsion, the ship is very maneuverable not even
considering her size.  Using her pods in conjunction with her
bow thrusters, the ship rarely has a need for tugboat
assistance.     
FREEDOM's rock climbing wall (left) symbolizes
the ship's active approach to cruising.
While there is whimsy on FREEDOM, there is
also luxury and sophistication.  Passengers in
certain suites have access to The Concierge Club.
The Observation Point allows passengers to
stand over the bow of the ship  
Left: The reception desk.  Right: The future cruise sales area.
Overview....................................................Page One

Pools and Open Decks.................................
Page Two

Spa and Related Areas................................Page Three

Shops, Children, and Other Public Areas)...Page Four

Bars and Lounges.........................................Page Five

Indoor Entertainment....................................Page Six

Dining..........................................................Page Seven
Pools, Sports and Open Decks
is next.

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