Freedom of the Seas En Route to NY

Wednesday, May 03, 2006
The world’s largest and most innovative cruise ship, Royal Caribbean International’s Freedom of the Seas, left Southampton, England today to make her transatlantic voyage to New York where she will make her U.S. debut on Wednesday, May 10. Freedom of the Seas was reported to be the second most popular search term on yahoo.com last week. Now the ship is set to make her mark on the United States where she will introduce a shipboard surf park, cantilevered whirlpools suspended 112 feet above the ocean, a full-size boxing ring and a 14-person family suite to an eager American audience.
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