Royal Caribbean's Freedom ot the Seas Amplification / Massive Refit Is Underweigh

Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas is expected to sail from New York in 2021 visiting New England, Canada on 4 & 5 Day Cruises; Bermuda 5 Day Cruises and the Caribbean (repositioning cruises - 6 Days).

The Freedom of the Seas will become the latest ship to go through the Royal Amplified program. The massive refit is  scheduled to happen between January 12, 2020 to March 7, 2020 at he Grand Bahama Shipyard in Freeport in the Bahamas.

Besides adding the attractions that debuted on the Quantum- and Oasis-class vessels, the original Freedom-class ship will now feature twisting water-slides, redesigned public areas, new restaurants and new bars.

The pool deck will be redone with the Caribbean as inspiration. The area will feature Royal Caribbean’s new poolside signature bar, the Lime & Coconut. Another additions include cabanas, daybeds, hammocks and more shaded areas.

The 2006-built ship will see the addition of the Izumi Hibachi & Sushi, the Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade and El Loco Fresh.

After the $116 million investment, the ship will resume service in the Caribbean on March 8, 2020  from San Juan, Puerto Rico.


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