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Liberty of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

Liberty of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

Make world cruise holidays even more magical onboard the Liberty of the Seas, from Royal Caribbean International.

Liberty of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean's three Freedom Class ships and one of the largest and most modern vessels afloat. Packed with a wealth of on board entertainment, the ship was built in 2007 and carries up to 4,900 passengers on voyages around the warm waters of the Mediterranean or the Caribbean. An engineering marvel, this ship towers above other vessels and has an unrivalled amount of activities and attractions to entertain guests.

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Destinations and Itineraries

Right up until November, the Liberty of the Seas takes passengers on seven night cruises around the Western Mediterranean, departing from Barcelona, Toulon and Naples. The Barcelona cruises embark from Spain's biggest port and head straight for the Cote D'Azur in France, mooring at Toulon, from where passengers can visit the spectacular coastline that has become famous as the playground of the rich and famous for decades. The next stop at Villefranche-sur-Mere offers an extra helping of one of the finest and most exclusive destinations in the world, from the casino of Monte Carlo the hilltop town of Eze to the Belle Epoque splendour of Cannes. 

The ship's next stop is the Italian Port of Livorno, from where the beautiful cities of Florence, Pisa and Lucca are within easy reach. Further down the coast the Liberty of the seas arrives the next day in Civitavecchia, the port for Rome, and then heads south to Naples, from where Pompeii, Herculaneum and the exclusive island of Capri are just a short journey by coach or jetfoil. A day at sea follows before the ship returns to the vibrant city of Barcelona, with its dazzling mix of architecture, nightlife and Catalan culture. The only difference with the other Mediterranean cruises is the point of departure, allowing guests to embark at the port of their choice providing a second opportunity to discover one of the cities en route. 

A Transatlantic crossing in October takes passengers between Barcelona and Miami, making stops at St Maarten in the Leeward Islands and then San Juan in Puerto Rico and CocoCay in the Bahamas before arriving in Fort Lauderdale. The port in Florida becomes the ship's new base throughout the winter, when the Liberty of the Seas will sail the Caribbean on short tours of its western islands. Stops include the Mexican island of Cozumel, Labadee in Haiti, Falmouth in Jamaica and the island of Belize - depending on what cruise you choose.

Cruise ships and facilities

There are 1814 cabins on board the Liberty of the Seas - 841 of them have balconies and 234 with ocean views. All cabins are of a good size with storage space and twin beds that can be converted to a queen sized double. They are fitted with a safe, minibar and a flatscreen TV with subscription films. 170 of the interior cabins have balconies overlooking the Royal Promenade, one of the ship's dramatic interior spaces. 

There’s an inexhaustible list of organised activities to take part in on board, including a nine hole mini golf course, climbing wall, basketball and volleyball court, boxing ring, and Vitality Spa and fitness centre to name but a few. For the more sedentary who just want to relax, passengers can sit by one of the ship’s three pools, soak themselves in one of its six jacuzzis, or soak up the sun instead on the generous amount of deck space. 

As well as the grand main dining room, alternative dining options include the Chops grill, the Portofino Italian restaurant, and Jade oriental restaurant. Quick options include grabbing a treat at the Ben & Jerry’s ice cream parlour, or a mouthful at the cupcake cupboard. Room service is also available. 

For evening entertainment the first stop has to be the impressive five-deck Alhambra Theatre, which stages Broadway style productions and comedy, with dancing music cabaret and ice shows presented in Studio B. Also on board is a TV studio, a piano champagne bar, conference centre and the Viking Crown Lounge. However lively or refined you want your evening to be, there’s somewhere on the ship that will suit. 

For a cruise that strikes exactly the right balance between activity and relaxation, there is no better choice than the Liberty of the Seas. Passengers can take full advantage of the dazzling array of dining options, pools, bars and activities on deck and inside this giant ship. With an itinerary of the warm waters of the Mediterranean or the Caribbean, pack your lightest clothes and head to the sun.

Set yourself free from the real world onboard the Liberty of the Seas, a beautifully built liner from Royal Caribbean International.

On Board

On Board

The Liberty of the Seas contains all of Royal Caribbean International’s signature facilities like the rock climbing wall, ice skating rink and basketball courts, and throws in a few fun facilities of its own. There’s a full-size boxing ring, action packed water park and surf simulator pool. The Liberty of the Seas makes a brilliant ship for family cruise holidays thanks to Adventure Ocean, where kids can run, play and let of steam to their heart’s content. There’s also specific areas and activities for teenagers, including fun dj-ing classes and under 18s nightclub. Adults can soak up the sun on peaceful decks, attend enrichment classes and enjoy the dazzling array of upscale entertainment safe in the knowledge their little ones are being very well looked after.

Staterooms

Staterooms

The Liberty of the Seas provides a wide choice of cabin accommodation and of her 1,800 staterooms around 800 have private balconies. In typical cruise holiday fashion most rooms have twin beds that join to create a comfy queen, reading lights, flat screen TV, mini-fridge, internet connectivity and shower ensuite. For unadulterated opulence the portfolio of suites onboard the Liberty of the Seas is sublime, with a baby grand piano, glamorous vanity area and private bar area for entertaining guests; the only way to travel on luxury world cruise holidays.

Dining

Dining

Dining plays a crucial role in cruising holidays and the cuisine onboard the Liberty of the Sea is nothing short of spectacular. Enjoy elegant haute cuisine in glamorous gold columned splendour in the main three-tiered dining room. Eat as much as you like at the Windjammer buffet, eat pizza by the slice at Sorrento’s or 1950s style burgers, hotdogs and shakes at Johnny Rockets; the choice onboard the Liberty of the Seas is as impressive as the views.

Deck Plans & Facts

Deck Plans

You will find all the information you need to know about what is on each deck, find your accommodation, which deck the pool is located on.

Cheap Cruise Holidays

With great offers on a range of cruises, booking with Cruise Thomas Cook is a must. If you’re keen to set sail check out our 2014 Cruises and Last Minute Cruises – or if you’re planning ahead browse our 2015 Cruises. For those setting sail from the UK there’s a number of cruises from Southampton to choose from.

Best Cruise Ships

Discover the fun-filled Independence of the Seas, check out the luxurious Oasis of the Seas or go casual when cruising with the Grandeur of the Seas. Part of the P&O Cruise family, the Ventura, Oriana and Azura offer elegant transportation to the world’s best destinations.

More Cruise Ship Choice

For awe-inspiring glass interiors check out the Brilliance of the Seas, or for ice-rinks and fitness centres join the Navigator of the Seas. If you’re after innovation, the Norwegian Epic boasts many unique and wonderful features. The Celebrity Solstice is dubbed a floating paradise and the chic Celebrity Eclipse is effortlessly stylish.

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