Liberty of the Seas
Liberty of the Seas is the second cruise ship in a series of three “Freedom-class” cruise ships for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Turku shipyard delivered Liberty of the Seas in 2007.
Along with features such as the surfing simulator "flow rider" and cantilevered whirlpools. Liberty of the Seas is also fitted with .three massive pool areas introducing innovative new concepts, including an interactive water park, dramatic whirlpools and a dedicated sports pool. Rock-climbing, ice-skating and Royal Promenade introduced by the previous vessel series can be found onboard, too.
The Freedom class is a lengthened version of the Voyager of the Seas class of which five ships were delivered in 1999 - 2003. Roughly 15 percent larger than Voyager, LIberty of the Seas is 38.6 meters wide (126 feet) and 339 meters long (1,112 feet). There is 18 decks and the cruising speed is approximately 22 knots. At 100 percent double-occupancy, it will carry 3,600 guests and a crew of 1,400.
Main characteristics of the Liberty of the Seas
|Overall Length||339 m|
|Crew||1365 members, 763 cabins|