WATCH: Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas Homeports at Port Canaveral
By Space Coast Daily // November 1, 2021
has the first ever trampoline at sea
ABOVE VIDEO: Welcome the new homeported ship at Port Canaveral, Independence of the Seas. The first sailing of Royal Caribbean’s beautiful ship joining Mariner & Allure of the Seas.
BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – Welcome to new homeported ship, Independence of the Seas. The first sailing of Royal Caribbean’s beautiful ship joining Mariner & Allure of the Seas.
Capt. John Murray, Port CEO, and Capt. Gus Andersson exchanged plaques for the special occasion.
Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas is now sailing on 3 and 4 night itineraries from Port Canaveral.
She is a beauty.
Independence of the Seas facilities include an interactive water park, a dedicated water area for small children, and whirlpools which extend from the ship’s sides. There is also a two-story theater, seating 1,200, an ice-skating rink and a complete conference center.
On the Sports Deck, there is a rock climbing wall, the first ever trampolines at sea, a basketball/football court, water slides, and a FlowRider for surfing.
The ship underwent an extensive dry dock refurbishment in April 2018 as additional cabins were added, as well as the first trampoline park at sea, laser tag, water slides and an escape room designed in collaboration with Puzzle Break.
This ship hosts the annual 70000 Tons of Metal music festival.
ABOVE VIDEO: The new extra extraordinary Independence of the Seas.
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