Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas Transformed While in Dry Dock
Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas has undergone an extensive new revitalization during the month long dry dock in Grand Bahamas. Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the construction of new features such as The Perfect Storm water slides – yes three water slides called Cyclone, Typhoon, and Boomerango. Other great new additions include the new Splashaway Bay waterpark (formerly the H20 zone), new staterooms, and new dining options at Sabor Mexican restaurant, Giovanni’s Italian cuisine, faster internet while on the ship, and so much more.
If you’ve ever cruised with Royal Caribbean before, then you know that they work hard to provide the latest and greatest amenities for their guests like new restaurants, for example Giovanni’s Table, an Italian trattoria featuring Italian classics served family style to guests. This is a staple on other Royal Caribbean ships like the Oasis of the Seas and to as well as the super cool signature cocktails in the R-bar onboard.
If you’re looking for a new type of cabin, the 26 new Panoramic Ocean View staterooms feature floor-to-ceiling glass walls you’ll get a completely breathtaking and unobstructed views during your cruise. In addition to those new special cabins, there will also be an additional 53 staterooms throughout the ship.
Check out this video from Royal Caribbean with a peek at some of the changes:
What are you waiting for? It’s time for you to take a cruise! Don’t you want to see all the awesome changes onboard?
Liberty of the Seas sails from Galveston, Texas on 7 and 8-night Western Caribbean sailings with stops in interesting ports of call like Cozumel, Mexico; Belize City, Belize; George Town, Grand Cayman; Falmouth, Jamaica; Montego Bay, Jamaica; Puerto Costa Maya, Mexico; and Roatan, Honduras.