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Launched 1st Dec 2007


Occupancy 3364
Tonnage 160000
Length 1112
Total crew 1300
Space ratio 47.6


To: United Kingdom, Europe

Spain & Canary Islands

To: Transatlantic, Canaries

Italian Mediterranean

To: Mediterranean, Transatlantic, Iberia

Italian Mediterranean

To: Mediterranean, Europe

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  • Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream
  • Chops Grille
  • Johnny Rocket's 50s Style Diner
  • Portofino Italian Restaurant


  • Casino Royale

Health and Fitness

  • Cantilevered Whirlpools
  • Day Spa And Fitness Center
  • Full-size Everlast Boxing Ring
  • Full-size Sports Court
  • Rock Climbing Wall
  • Sports Pool


  • Adventure Ocean Youth Facilities
  • Flowrider- Surfing Simulator
  • H20 Zone
  • Ice Skating Rink
  • Nine Hole Miniature Golf Course

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See what our forum has to say about Independence of the Seas (44 posts - 8 threads)

Independence of the Seas


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Royal Caribbean

The Independence of the Seas is a wonderfully spacious vessel that carries a total of three thousand, six hundred and thirty-four passengers and weighs one hundred and sixty thousand tonnes. This huge ship is proudly owned by Royal Caribbean International and has a fantastic selection of activities and facilities for you to take advantage of as you cruise at just over twenty-one knots. There are cantilevered whirlpools to soothe you on your trip, whilst the ice-skating rink offers an afternoon of excitement on the ice. There is also a rock-climbing wall, should you be feeling adventurous, whilst the H2O Zone is a great place to relax. On board the Independence of the Seas you will enjoy extensive WiFi capabilities to help you keep in touch with family and friends back home.

Latest cruise reviews for Independence of the Seas

Independence of the Seas

by ladolphin (May 2012)

First time on this ship. She was lovely, booked to go again in June 2012. Plenty of room to move around because she is so big. Stateroom ample size for two, busy entertainment schedule if you wanted, plenty of seating areas for those peaceful moments, good selecti...

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ship of dreams

by allure11 (February 2011)

Independence of the seas ,weighing up to 160,000 tonnesand passenger capacity 4,000 and a lenghth bigger than the eiffel tower(1112ft).ice skating rink,huge theatre,royal promenade,boxing ring,gym,h20zone,chirldrens youth clubs,running track,helicopte pad,casino.vide...

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