Prepare for three days of breathtaking sailing across the sea when you set sail with the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas from Miami and back.
Stopping in very uncommon ports like CocoCay makes this cruise notable. This is a standard route for the Freedom of the Seas.
Coming in at less than $115 a day, this bargain is good. This price is the total you pay, no surprises.
More than 3,700 travelers can comfortably travel on the highly-rated namesake of the Freedom class, based in Miami and refurbished just two years ago in 2020.
Want to try out the Flowrider artificial surf wave, an escape room, or a boxing ring? These amenities are exclusive to Royal Caribbean and are all found aboard the Freedom of the Seas. 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 being listed fifteen months ago, The price of a stateroom on this cruise has fluctuated between $266 and $551 inclusive of $112 in taxes and port fees. The accompanying graph indicates the cost over time for all types of cabin.
|$113.67 per day||$143.67 per day||$160.33 per day||$247.00 per day|
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This itinerary includes two days in port and zero days at sea. High points include a long stop in Nassau plus visits to very uncommon destinations like CocoCay.
|Fri, Mar 11||Miami, FL||5:30pm|
|Sat, Mar 12||Nassau, Bahamas||8:00am||9:00pm|
|Sun, Mar 13||CocoCay, Bahamas||7:00am||5:00pm|
|Mon, Mar 14||Miami, FL||6:00am|
The Freedom of the Seas sails this route six times this year. No other ship sails this exact same route. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.