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Liberty of the Seas

Liberty of the Seas was launched in 2007 as the second ship in Royal Caribbean International’s Freedom-class. There’s plenty for all the family to enjoy on board including a water park, relaxing spa, big production shows and cartoon characters brought to life with the Dreamworks experience. 


Vital Statistics

  • Occupancy: 3,634
  • Crew and staff: 1,360
  • Tonnage: 154,407
  • Length: 338.91m
  • Cruise Speed: 21.6 knots
  • Launched: 2007
  • Refurbished: 2011 

Food & Drink

The three-floor main dining room has a Renaissance theme with each floor named after one of the greats - Rembrandt, Botticelli and Michelangelo. Each of these three floors offers the same menus and diners can choose early or late sittings for evening meals or alternatively opt for My Time Dining, where guests can choose their preferred meal times.    

For a range of self-service treats, then the Windjammer Café has a vast selection available.  With a variety of pizzas, pastas, sandwiches and wraps, burgers, carved meats and salads, diners will never want for choice.

There are also two premium specialist restaurants on board. Portofino is an Italian restaurant offering delicious pastas, meats, and decadent deserts, all prepared in the traditional Tuscan style. Chops Grille is the on board steakhouse offering prime cuts of meat, prepared to perfection.

In addition, there are pizzas available at Sorrentos, American-style fast food on offer in Johnny Rockets, delicious coffees and snacks in the Café Promenade, ice cream in Ben & Jerry’s, and sweet treats in 1940s-style bakery The Cupcake Cupboard.  

There are plenty of great destinations to enjoy a drink with a wide selection of wines available in Vintages; good company and live piano in Schooner’s Bar; whisky and cigars in The Olive Twist; and sophisticated cocktails in The Hoof & Claw.  


The Platinum Theater accommodates an audience of 1,320 and covers five decks from the orchestra pit to the roof. Here guests can see big production shows from the ship's company including musical revues and a full production of Broadway musical Saturday Night Fever. This venue screens also movies throughout the day. Film fans can also enjoy alfresco screenings with features shown on the big screen at the main pool area.

Studio B, the ship’s ice rink, acts as an alternative entertainment venue and crowds are wowed nightly with the incredibly ice shows on offer featuring perfectly choreographed dance routines and spectacular stunts. When the ice is covered, this venue also hosts dance parties and game shows.

There are more than 300 slot machines to play in the spacious Casino Royale. For those who enjoy games of chance, there are also 19 gaming tables spread throughout with games including craps, roulette, poker and blackjack.  


There are two pools located on the Lido deck – one reserved for sports and games, and the other strictly for swimming. Close by there’s a pool just for children, with plenty of other entertaining water attractions alongside in the H2O park.  For the most relaxing swimming experience on board, then there’s an adults-only pool located in the Solarium alongside a pair of hot tubs.

There is extensive exercise equipment on board most notably a FlowRider surf simulator and rock climbing wall. There’s also a sports court for basketball and volleyball, a jogging track, mini-golf course, fitness room with classes available and fully equipped gym. There’s also a boxing ring with one to one tuition available for those wanting to learn pugilism.

The Spa offers a range of relaxing treatments including acupuncture, massages and facials with a wide range of beauty treatments also available in the salon.

There's plenty more on offer on board the other Royal Caribbean International Freedom-class ships - Freedom of the Seas and Independence of the Seas.

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