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  1. http://www.grozio.com/freedomoftheseas-deckplans.pdf
  2. The World's Most Spectacular Cruise Ship, Launching in May 2006 Construction has now begun on a remarkable ship that will offer our guests even more options and vacation freedom. Royal Caribbean International has always provided guests with innovative, adventurous onboard activities. And yes, Freedom of the Seas will have an ice-skating rink, rock-climbing wall and Royal Promenade. But we also think it's time to take ship features to the next level (and beyond). While we're not quite ready to reveal all that's in store for Freedom of the Seas, there's one thing you can be sure of: it will be awesome. Freedom of the Seas Looking for a sneak peek? Just click on the photos to enlarge. Artist's Rendering Rock-climbing Wall Ice-skating Rink Here are just a few teasers of what's in store for Freedom of the Seas. Check back for updates! Extensive WiFi capabilities and connectivity for cell phones. Because when you're on vacation it's great fun to let the folks at home know what they're missing. Got this from Rccl themselves!!!! Staterooms and balconies that are among the largest in the industry. Plenty of room to relax and plan your adventures. A full-size, flat-screen TV in every stateroom. But then again, with all the incredible vacation activities to explore, try not to be too disappointed if you have trouble finding time to turn it on. Freedom of the Seas will be sailing year-round, 7-night Western Caribbean itineraries from Miami. Ports of call will include Cozumel, Mexico; George Town, Grand Cayman; Montego Bay, Jamaica; and Labadee®, Hispaniola. So basically, we'll be ready to set sail to tropical paradise whenever you need a vacation. New photos and details are on the way! Check back soon for more on Freedom of the Seas' astounding features. Deck plans will be revealed on royalcaribbean.com in late March.
  3. I must say I love RCCL I have saild both lines and I feel the RCCL is Far suprior than Carnival......That being said I will never go back to Carnival!
  4. Sorry I did not know we had one allready. But I have got the bears made allready maybe they can be co-mascots. and can travel as well. Never ment to step on anyones toes!
  5. So jason how do you want to go about doing this. i allready have the bears.
  6. Glad you got him back/. So is anyone interrested?
  7. :grin: It's your Love Tim Mcgraw and Faith Hill
  8. A little bear is jaut as cute..... :grin:
  9. It is a very fun thing. To see all the cruises and places she has been. Anyone interrested?
  10. She is on a cruise as we speak and will not be back from it by then
  11. I am working on a group ccruise for Dec 2006 on the new Freedom of the sea's for either the 1st or 2nd week in Dec. Doing the eastern route. I will have more deatails as I can get them. I thought that I would post this now so everyone would have PLEANTY of time to save and get time off of work. It would be great to meet everyone.
  12. I have the idea of having a Mascot for this web site. I have a couple of Twin Bears that love to travel. The idea is that some one host a bear on their cruse and then take photo's of where ther bear has been and write in the bears Diary. By doing this we can see where all the bear would travel to. I would ship the bear to the 1st person then the next person would ship to to the next host and so on and so forth. But after a few cruises she would need to be shipped home for cleaning and emptying out her box. Everyone would need to just toss in a small momento of the bears cruise. Nothing high cost or anything like that.: We went with a Build-a-Bear for several reasons Including the ease that others could contribute to the Wardrobe. Also if by chance something happens to her She could easily be replaced. For those hosting a Twin on a cruise, a neat little FREE memento that you can drop in his box would be a luggage tag.............. If you do not want someone else shipping to you please let us know and we will have him sent here and we will ship to you or your work. It will require more travel time between cruises though. It's probably $4-$5.00 to ship Priority mail, which usually takes 3-5 days. Overnight is $17.85 and I cannot ask you to cover that amount. It is far easier and less costly if we can have people ship to others directly but if you are concerned we will do our best to help. We need to allow a week between mailing and receiving. We want as many people as possible to partake in this event. As soon as I have a few moments free we will post for your hosting offers and start working out the travel plans for them. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to post or email us directly. All email will be confidential. I just thought of something last night. For those not cruising and wishing to help. We should start a fund - so they have money to mail the mascot back and forth. We can all help out in someway. Thanks so much for doing this First come, first served, unless it conflicts with a group cruise which would take precedent. I would want the length of your cruise, the last day before you leave and the latest date you would be shipping the twins to their next cruise. Our example...... We are taking a 7 day cruise, 2/12/05 bur we are leaving early. We would need a twin in our procession no later than 2/10/05. Because we are returning on a Saturday, we would not be able to ship her until 2/21/05. So our dates would be 2/10/05 (arrive) 2/21/05 (depart). I would also like to know the ship name and which ports you are visting. Let me know Susie
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