Royal Caribbean of the Seas cruise ship

StateroomsOnshore or offshore, you never have to wait for good wind conditions to catch the perfect wave on the FlowRider®. Whether you surf, boogie board or wake board, test your skills on the surf simulator or watch others take on the challenge from the nearby stadium seating. Or simply hang out by the pool and watch movies and sporting events on a 220-square foot outdoor screen.

New Staterooms

Two of the most exciting state-of-the-art additions are the virtual balcony staterooms and panoramic ocean view staterooms with floor-to-ceiling windows. Enjoy the sights of being at sea with expansive views of the ocean and our exciting destinations – all from the comforts of your stateroom.Specialty Dining With staterooms this innovative, you may never want to leave!

New Dining Venues

Voyager of the Seas is the first ship to feature The Tavern, a gastropub with an upscale sports bar atmosphere. Plus, we're adding Italian-style Giovanni’s Table, a trattoria featuring Italian classics.Technology Enhancements Enjoy sushi rolls and hot rock (ishi-yaki) plates at Izumi Japanese Cuisine and experience our signature steakhouse Chops Grille. Top it all off with cocktails at the retro-chic R Bar.

Technology Enhancements

Staying connected at sea is easier than ever with Wi-Fi available throughout the ship. And we've introduced digital way-finders onboard so you can find your next hangout and see what's lined up for the day.

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Q&A

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what is the wifi speed on royal caribbean's Freedom of The Seas cruise ship? | Yahoo Answers

At sea ships use satellite communications, which does not have the highest bandwidth. For all practical purposes it is enough for basic "surfing" and e-mail. Such things as sending e-mails, photos. It is not something you can rely on for streaming video, Skype, music, live TV..etc.
But not only is it limited it is VERY expensive. You are charged per minute and depending on how many minutes you purchase in advance and what cruise line you are on, you could be looking at anywhere from about $0.33 - $1/per minute. So even if it was practical to do something like stream movies, Your 90 mi…

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