Independence Of The Seas is a ‘Freedom-Class’ Cruise ship operated by Royal Caribbean International. Launched in 2008, the large ship has 15 decks and can carry 4,370 passengers and 1,360 crew members. Independence Of The Seas, along with her sister ships, Freedom Of The Seas and Liberty Of The Seas, is one of the largest cruise ships ever built. With numerous amenities, facilities, bars, restaurants, pools, casino and theatre’s, Independence Of The Seas is in a class of her own. From May 2013, Independence Of The Seas is based in Southampton, UK and offers a variety of cruises, including new shorter cruises with 2 night cruises to Paris, she will also offer 8 night cruises to Norway, 14 night Mediterranean cruises and 14 night Canary Islands Cruises.
Exclusive Activities On-Board Independence Of The Seas
Independence Of The Seas is renowned for some of it’s exciting, thrilling features and activities. With numerous pools, whirl pools, surf simulator, basket ball court, boxing ring, mini-golf course, ice-skating rink and unique rock climbing wall, passengers will never be stuck for something new and exciting to do. The sports deck is home to the novel rock climbing wall, sports pitch for basket ball and volley ball, mini-golf and the unique surfing simulator for hours of fun for the whole family. 10 pools and whirl pools provide lots of splashing fun and the sports pool is great to get involved with a game of water volleyball.
As night falls, Independence Of The Seas comes alive with numerous shows, acts, dancing and live music taking place throughout the ships lounges, bars and theatre. The exclusive 2-storey Alhambra Theatre with seating for 1,200 guests has some of the best broad-way shows around, guaranteed to captivate and enthrall passengers. Another popular lounge for evening shows is the Pyramid lounge which offers cabaret type shows in the stunning Egyptian themed lounge. The Studio B Ice-rink also hosts regular ice shows from professional performers. 22 bars and lounges, with many open late at night offer great places to unwind and enjoy drinks with friends. Plus the Casino Royal offers passengers a Vegas style casino for thrilling games to try your luck at.
Eating Out On-Board Independence Of The Sea
Whatever your taste, Freedom Of The Seas is guaranteed to have delicious cuisines to suit all palates. Traditional dining rooms offer a varied menu of contemporary cuisines for passengers who prefer to eat at a set time each day. Various Specialty Restaurants, allow guests to experience a wide variety of cuisines, including the Chops Grille Steakhouse which serves delicious beef dishes, seafood and appetizers until late in the evening.
For more casual dining, numerous outdoor grills, buffets, cafes and snack bars serve freshly cooked food throughout the day. The Windjammer Cafe offers passengers buffet style dining for breakfast and lunch and waiter service in the evening in a relaxed environment. Johnny Rockets serves burgers, hot-dogs, fries and much more throughout the day, for delicious food on the go.Independence Of The Seas,