The Liberty of the Seas not only shines on the outside with her grand size but amazes on the inside. Having sailed on many other classes of Royal Caribbean ships this was the first time on the Freedom Class. That being said once you step on board you are instantly amazed that what you see before you in floating beneath you.
The ship boasted many great features including the Royal Promenade which included two complementary dining options both of which were outstanding and one of which was open 24 hours. Food in the windjammer was not bad and offered a great variety especially for a buffet style restaurant serving over 3,000 passengers each day. The dining room blew us away. As mentioned we have sailed on Royal Caribbean before and this time did not disappoint. We choose the My Time dining option which is great if you want some flexibility in your dining time. None the less each night we were served by different crew members who were extremely knowledgeable and More
attentive. Probably the best we have had so far.
None the less the ship called to Labadee, a private destination and Falmouth, Jamaica. Labadee was great, lots of activities and things to do. We choose to do the dragons breath coaster and the water park which was very affordable and a great way to spend the day. On the other hand if you visit Falmouth I highly recommend you book an excursion. The port is nice but other than that there is not much to do in the immediate area aside from shop.
During sea days you can pass the time on the incredible flowrider, climb the rock wall, or just sit in one of the hot tubes suspended over the side of the ship. We are big on staying active and busy while on vacation and the Liberty of the Seas did not disappoint. Overall could not find one thing to complain about the whole 5 days and have already booked our next Royal Caribbean cruise in four months! Less
Liberty of the Seas Cruises to the Western Caribbean