Freedom of the Seas

by Marc on October 12, 2008

We’ve always thought it would be cool to live on a cruise ship, and now we call the largest cruise ship in the world home.

This ship really is huge – it reminds me of those self-contained urban developments that are popping up these days in every major city. Besides over 1,800 passenger cabins, it’s got a mall, restaurants & cafes, theaters, 4 swimming pools, a fully-equipped gym, day spa, full-sized basketball court, library, ice rink, internet café, every kind of bar/club you can think of – even a barber shop.

Here are some pictures of our new hometown (population 5,400+):

We chose to start our adventure on this ship because we knew we’d never get bored. I mean, where else can you go surfing in the morning and then be ice skating before your hair dries?

We’ve spent the last 3 weeks enjoying all that this ship has to offer, making friends with some of the crew & staff, plus checking out some great beaches. More on that later – in the meantime, you can see more pictures of Freedom of the Seas on our Flickr page.


October 12, 2008 ronsuss

We cruised on Liberty of the Seas. I think they are almost the same boat. We just booked on the new “Oasis” for summer 2010.

October 13, 2008 grannyhoff

The pictures are great. Miss all of you.


October 26, 2008 Marc

Hi Ron!

Yes, Liberty is basically the same ship. After 4 weeks on Freedom, with its 3800 – 4200 pax, I have to tell ya – the Oasis scares me! I’ll let you guys go first and tell us how it is!

January 4, 2009 Flo Coleman

Hi Danielle & marc:
i know your aunt & uncle; marita & Rend, in Boise. We attend the same church, Vineyard of Boise. Marita told me of your cruise adventure. I think it is a great thing to do. I am a travel consultant and we were talking about cruising, so you guys came up in the conversation.
his is a wonderful experience for the family, particularly the kids. A classroom can not measure up to this.
Just a little note to you. Will keep in touch.

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