Get ready for three days of refreshing travel across the sea when you reserve your cabin on the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas from Miami and back.
Calling on more exotic ports like CocoCay and Nassau makes this cruise special. This is a standard route for the Freedom of the Seas.
Our price includes all all meals, entertainment, port charges, and taxes. No sneaky extra fees!
Over 4,000 cruisers can comfortably set sail on the top-rated namesake of the Freedom class, based in Miami and refurbished just three years ago in 2020.
The Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas wows guests with a selection of Royal Caribbean's exclusive features such as the Flowrider artificial surf wave, an escape room, and a boxing ring. Plus, experience rare attractions like the, a roller skating rink, and an ice skating rink.
The Freedom of the Seas also offers a ping pong table, a waterslide, seven jacuzzis, a basketball court, a spa, three pools, an outdoor movie theater, a minigolf course, a gym, a casino, and a solarium.
Since it was first listed on February 24th of last year, The cost of a stateroom on this cruise has ranged between $319 and $917 inclusive of $118 in taxes and port fees. This graph displays the price over time for the various types of cabin.
|$225.67 per day||$265.33 per day||$332.33 per day|
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This cruise consists of two days in port and zero days at sea. Highlights include visits to less common stops like CocoCay and Nassau.
|Fri, Apr 28||Miami, FL||4:30pm|
|Sat, Apr 29||Nassau, Bahamas||8:00am||5:00pm|
|Sun, Apr 30||CocoCay, Bahamas||7:00am||5:00pm|
|Mon, May 1||Miami, FL||6:00am|
The Freedom of the Seas sails this route six times this year. The Oasis of the Seas, Allure of the Seas, and Independence of the Seas also sail routes with the same stops but slightly different schedules. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.