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Freedom of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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2361 reviews
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An Awesome Seven Days

Review for Freedom of the Seas to the Eastern Caribbean
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10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Sep 2015
Cabin: Promenade Stateroom
Our cabin
Kids Pool
Another sunset
Pool in the evening
Ice Staking Show
Drew Thomas Magic
St. Maarten
Iguana Farm
Orient Beach
The Mailman, our tour guide for Bernard's Tours
At St. Maarten
Maho Beach
Maho Beach
Maho Beach after the hurricane washed it awat
Freedom of the Seas
Dining Room

Freedom of the Seas

September 20-27, 2015

Cabin: 7255

Cabin Review

Promenade Stateroom

Cabin PR

Our Cabin:

We had a PR category on deck 7 which is an inside with a window that overlooks the Royal Pavilion. It was kinda neat. I loved sitting on the window seat and looking out the window watching everything that was going on. The shower, however, is extremely small. I’m not a big girl, but I was claustrophobic in it. I saw some 300+ pound people who I know couldn’t get through the door. After the first night’s shower, I opted for the fitness center’s showers. Those showers aren’t huge, but they were bigger than the one in our cabin and you can certainly get through the doors!

With the beds pushed together, we had a loveseat, window seat, coffee table and a chair at the vanity. Not much room between the foot of the bed and the wall, though.

Port Reviews

Port Canaveral (Orlando)

We drove around Cape Canaveral and enjoyed a little part called Manatee Park. Drove into Canaveral Community.

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