freedom of the seas

The freedom of the seas is a concept in international law that allows ships to travel freely in non-territorial waters. It allows ships to fish, explore, trade and research.

On the Amplified Freedom of the Seas, you’ll find unforgettable experiences that will take your getaway to new heights. From hang ten sessions on the FlowRider surf simulator to battle between Snowshifters and Yetis in glow-in-the-dark laser tag, there’s something for everyone on this reimagined cruise ship.

The Promenade

Promenades are public areas where people can stroll, walk, run or bike. They are usually located near a main street, park or waterfront.

Originally, promenades were areas that provided clear fields of fire for the city’s guns; modern ones are often on sea fronts and allow walking at any time of the day or night.

Today, promenades are popular places to take walks and other forms of exercise. They are also a common place for social gatherings.

The word promenade is derived from the Latin word for “walk” or “stroll”. It can refer to the walk itself, or it can refer to a specific area where people can walk in a leisurely manner.

On a cruise ship, the promenade deck is one of the most popular places for people to visit. It’s usually the place where people watch parades and other events, and there are a variety of things to see there, including the pools.

The Pools

Pools aren’t just a fun way to cool off during the day—they also offer an opportunity to enjoy some time with friends and family. Whether you choose to lounge in the sun or take a dip in the refreshing waters, Freedom of the Seas offers a wide array of pools and activities for adults to enjoy.

The ship’s Caribbean-themed pool deck was redesigned during her amplification in 2020 and includes plenty of lounge chairs, daybeds and casitas to choose from. Suite guests can also reserve a private poolside cabana for the ultimate indulgence onboard.

A variety of bars and lounges surround the pool area on Freedom of the Seas, including Vintages and Boleros, both of which offer different ambiances. For something more lively, you can also swing by The Lime & Coconut bar, which spans three decks and is a great place to catch a show or dance the night away. Alternatively, you can visit one of the casual eateries onboard such as Johnny Rockets or El Loco Fresh for a quick bite to eat.

The Entertainment

Freedom of the Seas is a modern, mega cruise ship that offers a huge range of entertainment and sports options. She’s been recently updated to add all kinds of exciting top-deck attractions, thrilling activities for kids and teens, mouthwatering dining options and more fantastic venues.

There are plenty of great on-board entertainment choices to choose from, from standup comedy shows to ice skating extravaganzas and Broadway-style theater. There’s also a range of different bars, lounges and dance clubs that feature musical styles for every generation.

One of the most popular features on Freedom is the innovative surf simulator- the Flow Rider! This new experience has become very popular with guests of all ages.

On the other hand, the Adventure Ocean(r) program has been revamped to give kids more flexibility and freedom to choose their own adventures, like craft stations, dodgeball, video games, books and more. Teens have a brand-new, exclusive lounge to hang out in, complete with music, gaming and an outdoor patio.

The Food

There’s no denying that food is a big part of any cruise experience. And on Freedom of the Seas, there are plenty of options to satisfy every craving.

The cruise line’s three tiers of dining make for delicious, upscale options at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Leonardo’s, Isaac’s, and Galileo’s all offer multi-course menus and sit-down service for the whole family.

If you’re looking for something a little different, Windjammer and Jade serve up heaping platefuls of everything from fresh fruit to hand-carved meats and grilled dishes. El Loco Fresh is also a go-to spot for flavourful Mexican fare, while Cafe Promenade serves up coffee and small snacks 24 hours a day.

And don’t forget about Playmakers Sports Bar, where you’ll find classic arcade games, icy-cold draughts on tap, and larger-than-life, football-inspired eats such as the five-scoop Touchdown Sundae or the Campfire Cookie. It’s the perfect way to round out a full day at sea.