Cruisers who sail Independence of the Seas can be world travelers on one of Royal Caribbean’s most luxurious ships. Independence of the Seas is an ocean liner that features many elegant public spaces for lounging on the sea. It’s a vessel that gives cruisers opportunity after opportunity to visit some of the most spectacular ports of call on earth.
Here’s what you can expect if you take a cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas:
Independence of the Seas offers amenities that far surpass those on most cruise ships. This ship features a full spa where you can get massage and facial treatments. It boasts a casino and duty-free shop, so you have destinations for fun available to you night and day. Independence of the Seas’ fitness center provides yoga and kickboxing classes. Its theater presents Broadway-style shows for your entertainment on most evenings.
On Independence of the Seas, you can sail off to warm and sunny Fort Lauderdale, CocoCay, and Nassau. This ship ventures to the beautiful Grand Cayman; Falmouth, Jamaica; Labadee, Haiti; and Cozumel, Mexico. You can be your own independent tour guide as you explore these exciting ports and more, taking advantage of an opportunity of a lifetime on an Independence of the Seas cruise. Feel like visiting St. Maarten, San Juan, or Southampton? Independence of the Seas will take you there too.
When it’s time to dine on Independence of the Seas, there are several places for you to enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Main Diningroom is one of the most popular eateries on the ship. The casual Windjammer Café always delights. For Japanese fare, you can eat a meal at Jade Sushi, and for coffee you’ll want to visit Café Promenade.
Fun in the Sun
Fun in the sun on Independence of the Seas takes place on the ship’s decks, where the H20 Zone mini water park calls to young and young-at-heart. Independence of the Seas offers four swimming pools, six hot tubs, and several outdoor sports courts.
This is just a sample of the thrilling experiences that await you on an Independence of the Seas cruise. For more information about sailing on Independence of the Seas, visit Royal Caribbean’s website.