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Carnival Freedom

Capacity
2980
Crew
1180
Tonnage
110 000
Length
952 ft (290.2 m)
First voyage
2007
Decks
14

Carnival Freedom is a Conquest-class cruise ship operated by Carnival Cruise Line, and the final Conquest-class vessel to enter service. Built by Fincantieri at its Marghera shipyard in Venice, Italy, she was floated out on April 28, 2006, delivered to Carnival on February 28, 2007, and formally named in Venice by American model, actress, author and entrepreneur Kathy Ireland on March 4, 2007.

Areas of operation

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Carnival Freedom

Capacity (DO): 
2980
Crew: 
1180
Tonnage: 
110 000
Length: 
952 ft (290.2 m)
Beam: 
116 ft (35.4 m)
First voyage: 
2007
Decks: 
14

Carnival Freedom is a Conquest-class cruise ship operated by Carnival Cruise Line, and the final Conquest-class vessel to enter service. Built by Fincantieri at its Marghera shipyard in Venice, Italy, she was floated out on April 28, 2006, delivered to Carnival on February 28, 2007, and formally named in Venice by American model, actress, author and entrepreneur Kathy Ireland on March 4, 2007.

Areas of operation

Carnival Freedom initially sailed from her home port in Civitavecchia near Rome on Mediterranean cruises until Fall of 2007 when she sailed the Caribbean Sea from the Port of Miami. In the Summer of 2008 she returned to Europe and sailed in the Mediterranean again. In the Fall of 2008 she again sailed the Caribbean but from Fort Lauderdale out of Port Everglades until February 2015 when she changed her home port to Galveston, Texas.

Refits

Carnival Freedom entered a three-week routine drydock in Freeport, Bahamas on March 30, 2014 for refurbishment and completed another dry dock in March 2019.

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Attractions on Carnival Freedom


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Victoriana Main Lounge

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Enchanting theatre located on 3 decks - main stage, main shows and the main emotions of the Carnival cruise liner.
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Alchemy Bar

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the Alchemy Bar serves up not only one-of-a-kind drinks, but a complete experience for your senses
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Guy's burger joint

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We went looking for someone to help us grill up the best burgers at sea, and we found just the guy. Carnival has teamed up with best-selling author, restaurateur and Food Network personality Guy Fi...
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Mini Golf

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Ah, imagine a perfect day out on the links, the golfer's zen of the ball, the hole and nothing in between but well-manicured fairway... plus one cactus, a treasure chest... and wait, is that a wind...

Guest Services

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Have you got any questions? Our staff will give you irrefragable answers to all of them!
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70's Dance Club

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Dance untill you drop! Feel incendiary beats and the endless passion and happiness.
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Mongolian Wok

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Chow down on some delicious Asian goodness. First, select your noodles and veggies. Then tell one of our chefs which sauce and meat you want in the wok. Will it be mussels and Szechuan? Beef and Th...
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Camp Carnival

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On their Carnival cruise, kids can enjoy all the best parts of summer camp and family vacation, all in one! At Camp Carnival, they'll start by splitting up into three different age groups: 2 to 5 y...

Shore Excursions

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The best way to get the information about shore excursions and to book your best one is just to ask us!
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Taste Bar

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A voyage to new destinations is the perfect time to try new things… and here’s the perfect place: The Taste Bar. Stop by for a taste of the flavors awaiting you at dining venues across the Carnival...

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5 Best Places for Foodies on Carnival Freedom


Let’s take a virtual tour of Carnival Freedom, a fabulous cruise ship that won’t leave anyone indifferent!  Carnival Freedom in Katakolon, Greece Photo by: Rapidfire/Wiki/ CC BY-SA 3.0 Carnival Freedom is a member of the Carnival Cruise Line’s Conquest class. She was...

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Here you can find the list of activities included in your cruise. If you are looking for some fun, music or any other performance, these places are must visit on board of Conquest-class ships of Carnival Cruise Line . Hasbro, The Game Show In this game show, you can play giant versions of...
So, I continue my story about one day at sea on Carnival Freedom ( Cruise On Carnival Freedom. Day at Sea. P.1 ). After attending cooking courses and watching the funny competition, we decided to sunbathe on the balcony. As I've already said, we didn't go to lunch. We went...
I decided to show you one day at sea on Carnival Freedom. And such days appeared to be pretty good... Well, as for us))). It should be immediately mentioned that we are lazybones and loungers... We like to sleep). Especially in the mornings. And in the afternoon, too). And in particular,...