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14 Night Transatlantic Cruise on the Freedom of the Seas

At its 2006 debut, the Freedom of the Seas claimed the world's-largest-cruise-ship title from then holder, Queen Mary 2. Weighing an incredible 154,407 tons, this Royal Caribbean ship is far too large to navigate the Panama Canal and carries 3,634 passengers on weekly cruises from Port Canaveral to the Caribbean.

Freedom of the Seas 14 Night Transatlantic Cruise Schedule & Itinerary

Sailing Departing October 22, 2017 Schedule & Itinerary

Day Location Port of Call Guide
Day 1: Sunday, 10/22/2017Depart from Barcelona, SpainBarcelona, Spain
Day 2: Monday, 10/23/2017Cruising 
Day 3: Tuesday, 10/24/2017Seville (cadiz), SpainCadiz, Spain
Day 4: Wednesday, 10/25/2017Cruising 
Day 5: Thursday, 10/26/2017Tenerife, Canary IslandsTenerife, Tenerife Island, Canary Islands, Spain
Day 6: Friday, 10/27/2017Gran Canaria, Canary IslandsGran Canaria, Gran Canaria Island, Canary Islands, Spain
Day 7: Saturday, 10/28/2017La Palma, Canary IslandsLas Palmas, Gran Canaria Island, Canary Islands, Spain
Day 8: Sunday, 10/29/2017Cruising 
Day 9: Monday, 10/30/2017Cruising 
Day 10: Tuesday, 10/31/2017Cruising 
Day 11: Wednesday, 11/01/2017Cruising 
Day 12: Thursday, 11/02/2017Cruising 
Day 13: Friday, 11/03/2017Cruising 
Day 14: Saturday, 11/04/2017Cruising 
Day 15: Sunday, 11/05/2017Arrive at Fort Lauderdale, FloridaFort Lauderdale, FL

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How many guests? Total should not exceed 5 passengers.