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Liberty of the Seas

There's even more to get excited about

The unveiling of Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas in April 2007 signalled the launch of new and enhanced onboard offerings for the health-conscious, newlyweds and families.

The new Vitality wellness program, Explorer Weddings, Adventure Ocean family programming and the Crown & Anchor Society Youth Loyalty Program offered more diverse options for guests.

Liberty of the SeasThe new ship - then sharing the title of the world’s largest cruise ship with her hugely successful sister-ship, Freedom of the Seas - featured the cruise line’s industry innovations such as the FlowRider surf simulator, full-size boxing ring, H2O Zone water park and 11-route rock-climbing wall.

Liberty was differentiated by her design and decor showcasing artwork commissioned by the cruise line in co-ordination with International Corporate Art. The Centrum and Royal Promenade feature dramatic artwork by Miguel Chevalier, renowned French artist and pioneer of interactive digital art.

In addition, guests experience the Renaissance-themed dining room, the night club inspired by Norwegian mythology and the star-studded Casino Royale depicting Hollywood classic films.

For health and wellness enthusiasts, the cruise line’s new Vitality program promotes a more invigorating and rejuvenating vacation through a balanced regimen of food, fitness, spa and shore excursion offerings. Tai Chi, acupuncture, wellness seminars and even a soothing signature scent helps guests get or stay on track for healthier lifestyles while aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise vacation.

The betrothed and devoted spouses can reinforce their commitment with Explorer Weddings, an alternative and adventurous extension of the line’s existing Royal Romance wedding and vow renewal program. Guests can tie the knot on an Alaskan glacier or in a hot-air balloon, while surfing on Liberty’s FlowRider or SCUBA diving on the ocean bed, to name a few.

Enhancements to the Adventure Ocean program give Royal Caribbean’s younger cruisers a more enriching and immersive cruise experience. Adventure Theater by Camp Broadway, New York City’s famed children’s theater group, introduces kids and teens to the world of theater arts by weaving folktales, music, dance and cultural elements. Teens can also hone their turntable skills in Scratch DJ classes hosted by the Scratch DJ Academy.

Meanwhile, tots can take the first steps to becoming tomorrow’s culinary superstars in Fisher-Price’s Chefs on Deck, or families can come together to share in the fun and construct their own ship in Build & Grow with Lowe’s. Finally, Royal Caribbean launches the Crown & Anchor Society Youth Program, the line’s first youth loyalty program complete with frequent cruiser rewards.

Above and beyond the new programming, Royal Caribbean’s Freedom-class signature amenities on Liberty of the Seas, will endlessly entertain guests in search of action or relaxation:

  • The FlowRider surfing simulator and the interactive sculpture garden located in the H2O Zone water park offer many ways to stay cool in the Caribbean sun
  • Cantilevered whirlpools, suspended 112 feet above the ocean in the serene solarium, an adults-only oasis with a pool flanked by hammocks
  • The onboard ice-skating rink, Studio B, open for lessons and free skating during the day and presenting the spectacular original ice show ‘Encore on Ice’ at night
  • At 1,215 square feet, the Presidential Suite sleeps 14 people and features an 810-square foot outdoor living area with a Jacuzzi and private bar
  • A regulation-size boxing ring in the world’s largest fitness center at sea
  • The Royal Promenade entertainment boulevard (longer than a football field) - the ship’s undisputable hub for dining, shopping, bars and lounges
  • Flat-paneled televisions and the line’s plush bedding program in every stateroom
  • A serious Sports Deck with a 9-hole miniature golf course, a golf simulator, basketball/volleyball court and ping-pong tables
  • The revolutionising rock-climbing wall that first appeared on Voyager of the Seas in 1999, spanning 43-ft-tall by 44-ft-wide with 11 separate climbing routes

  • Vital statistics

    Operated by Royal Caribbean International
    Built at Kvaerner Masa-Yards in Finland
    Entered service: May 19, 2007
    Cost: $590 million
    Registered: The Bahamas
    Gross tonnage: 158,000 tons
    Passengers: 3,634
    Passenger decks: 15
    Lifts: 14
    Crew: 1,397
    Cabins: 1,814 including

    Length: 1,112ft
    Width: 184ft
    Draught: 28ft
    Engines: diesel-electric

    Facilities

    Three main dining rooms (two sittings), themed bars and lounges, casino, library, two outdoor swimming pools, fitness centre, steam room, youth and children’s facilities, flat screen TVs in every stateroom, wifi capability, rock climbing wall, flowrider, ice skating rink.

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