Independence of the Seas
Independence of the Seas is one of the Freedom class ships in Royal Caribbean’s fleet. Launched in April 2008 with a gross tonnage of 160,000 tons and a capacity for 3,634 passengers this is a ship full of exciting activities and ultimate relaxation. It has exotic itineraries sailing to locations like the Canary Islands, Europe, British Isles, Western Europe and the Western Mediterranean.
Independence of the Seas Features
There are plenty of fun-packed activities onboard Independence of the Seas, for the kids it offers the H20 Zone Kids’ water park, arcade and an onboard ice skating rink all suitable for ages 3-17. Teens will surely have a good time as Independence of the Seas offers a teen dance club with a juice bar included where they can meet others onboard. For the adults there is a huge range of things to do, why not play in the Casino Royale filled with slot machines and a variety of table games, head down to the swimming pool in the Solarium the perfect place to relax and unwind. Try a different bar or lounge every night as there are plenty spread all around the ship, spend a night with a late night comedy or dance until dusk with a bit of disco dancing.
If you want to keep in shape, fitness facilities provide a day spa and all the latest machinery so you can have the best of both worlds! Independence of the Seas also includes a few boxing lessons in the full-size boxing ring. Maybe challenge yourself on the rock-climbing wall 200ft above sea level or surf away on the Flow Rider simulator.
Independence of the Seas Cuisine
As any other Royal Caribbean cruise ship it offers delicious dishes in every restaurant, try out the formal dining room serving gourmet food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you want to top it up or notch Independence of the Seas have Specialty dining experiences for a small charge, eat a mouth watering burger at Johnny Rockets, go Italian at the Portofino’s or chomp on a fat juicy steak in the Chops Grille. If you’re up for a quick bite then pop into Windjammer Café or the Café Promenade.
Independence of the Seas Staterooms
Standard stateroom options onboard Independence of the Seas included interior, promenade-views, exterior, balconies and suites. Special family cabins offer extra space for more than two passengers. Balconies feature a private outdoor seating area with spectacular views, perfect for eating your breakfast. It also includes a full-size flat screen TV, a private bathroom with shower, a telephone, and extensive Wi-Fi capabilities.