Carnival Freedom Ship Entertainments – Carnival Cruise Line


Industry giant Carnival’s 2,974 passenger Carnival Freedom recently emerged from a massive makeover that brought new bars, eateries, shows and more. Originally built in 2007, the Carnival Freedom is one of Carnival’s largest ships at 110,000 tons. The overhaul of the Carnival Freedom included the addition of the line’s first Dr. Seuss Bookville — a Dr. Seuss-themed play space and reading area for families. A counselor reads a Dr. Seuss book to youngsters in the Carnival Freedom’s new Dr. Seuss Bookville facility. Also new on the Carnival Freedom is Guy’s Burger Joint, a burger outlet designed with Food Network star Guy Fieri. Passengers aboard the Carnival Freedom load up their Guy Fieri-inspired hamburgers with pickles and other condiments at Guy’s Burger Joint. One thing that didn’t change on the Carnival Freedom during its recent overhaul was its 207-foot-long water slide. The stern of the Carnival Freedom offers two whirlpools and a pool. Among several new bars added to the Carnival Freedom was an EA Sports-themed sports bar. Also new on the Carnival Freedom is the poolside RedFrog Rum Bar, a concept that has been rolling out fleetwide at the line. The interior of the Carnival Freedom now features one of the line’s signature RedFrog Pubs. The Caribbean-inspired watering hole features the line’s own private label draft beer, ThirstyFrog Red. Carnival Freedom’s new Blue Iguana Cantina offers popular Mexican cuisine including made-to-order tacos and burritos. Also new on the Carnival Freedom is the pharmacy-themed Alchemy Bar, where mixologist Daniel Zanoaga prepares custom-designed cocktails using herbs, spices and other interesting ingredients. Mixologists Daniel Zanoaga, left, and Raymond Klaff, right, prepare elaborate libations at the pharmacy-themed Alchemy Bar on the Carnival Freedom. New on the Carnival Freedom is Hasbro, The Game Show — a live show that takes place in the ship’s theater. Carnival Freedom passengers compete in Yahtzee Bowling, among other activities, during Hasbro, the Game Show. A passenger aboard the Carnival Freedom reacts after winning Hasbro, the Game Show. The top deck of the Carnival Freedom features a giant LED screen dubbed the Seaside Theater. Youngsters on the Carnival Freedom watch a “Dive in Movie” on the Lido Deck’s Seaside Theater from the pool. Passengers aboard the Carnival Freedom soak in the Caribbean sun on the ship’s Lido Deck. Adult passengers aboard the Carnival Freedom looking for a little peace and quiet can find it in the adults-only Serenity area. The adults-only Serenity area includes a whirlpool. Chess is among the activities available on the top deck of the Carnival Freedom. Passengers enjoy mini golf on the Carnival Freedom. Passengers aboard the Carnival Freedom play volleyball on the ship’s court. Passengers aboard the Carnival Freedom shoot hoops on the ship’s outside half-court. Passengesr aboard the Carnival Freedom get some exercise on the ship’s padded jogging track. Passengers aboard the Carnival Freedom work out in the ship’s Spa Carnival. Passengers aboard the Carnival Freedom take a spinning class in the ship’s Spa Carnival. Passengers aboard the Carnival Freedom enjoy whirlpools in the ship’s Spa Carnival. Passengers aboard the Carnival Freedom enjoy cocktails and dancing in the Millennium Atrium. The Millennium Atrium aboard the Carnival Freedom features four glass elevators that transit from deck two to 11. A guest aboard the Carnival Freedom is served a cuisine sampler at the ship’s promenade-located Taste Bar. Guests select from a number of luncheon dessert options in the Carnival Freedom’s Lido restaurant. With a morning view of the sea, guests aboard Carnival Freedom enjoy breakfast in the ship’s Lido dining area. Carnival Freedom guests enjoy dinner in the ship’s Posh Dining Room on of two main dining facilities on the ship. Posh Dining Room servers entertain guests on the Carnival Freedom with a dance. The Carnival Freedom’s Cherry on Top store offers candy and other sweets sure to tempt the tastebuds of any cruiser. New on the Carnival Freedom is Camp Ocean, a children’s area for kids ages 2 to 11. The new Camp Ocean on the Carnival Freedom includes a toy-filled Penguins’ playroom. Young cruisers enjoy the Carnival Freedom’s Camp Ocean playroom. Carnival Freedom’s Camp Ocean also offers an outdoor play area overlooking the water. In addition to Dr. Suess Bookville, a new partnership between Carnival and Dr. Seuss Enterprises has brough a number of other Seuss-themed features and activities to the Carnival Freedom. The Cat in the Hat walks amid cruise diners during the “The Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast with the Cat in the Hat and Friends” onboard the Carnival Freedom. Waiters dance down a staircase at “The Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast with the Cat in the Hat and Friends” onboard the Carnival Freedom. With Thing 1 and 2 behind, a mother examines a menu with her daughter during “The Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast with the Cat in the Hat and Friends” onboard the Carnival Freedom. Green eggs and ham is the featured menu item during “The Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast with the Cat in the Hat and Friends” onboard the Carnival Freedom. A girl enjoys some time with Thing 1 and 2 during “The Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast with the Cat in the Hat and Friends” onboard the Carnival Freedom. The Dr. Seuss’ character Sam interacts with a little girl during “The Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast with the Cat in the Hat and Friends” onboard the Carnival Freedom. The Cat-in-the-Hat and other Dr. Seuss characters lead the Seuss-a-palooza parade down Carnival Freedom’s promenade deck. The Cat-in-the-Hat and other Dr. Seuss characters descend the Millennium Atrium’s staircase during the Seuss-a-palooza parade on the Carnival Freedom. Primary characters in Dr. Seuss books come to life aboard the Carnival Freedom during the Seuss-a-palooza Story Time. The interactive reading event brings to life the colorful world of Dr. Seuss for kids of all ages. Passengers help cruise director Skip Lyons, right, as he reads “The Cat in the Hat,” during Seuss-a-palooza Story Time aboard the Carnival Freedom. Comedian Jim McCue entertains guests aboard the Carnival Freedom in the Punchliner Comedy Club, presented by George Lopez. The Carnival Freedom now features a roundup of four new, high-tech production shows in its 1,400 seat Victoriana Show Lounge. Dancers aboard the Carnival Freedom interact with state-of-the art LED screens during the “80s Pop to the Max” show, one of four new production shows on the Carnival Freedom. Dancers perform in one of four new shows on the Carnival Freedom called “Heart of Soul.” Dancers and singers aboard the Carnival Freedom perform in “88 Keys: The Rock n’ Roll Piano Show,” a new production show. A mother reads a Dr. Seuss book to her daughter in the Carnival Freedom’s Dr. Seuss Bookville facility. The Carnival Freedom’s Circle C teen room offers a central gathering place for young cruisers from 12 to 14 years old. Teen cruisers, ages 15 to 17, enjoy Club O2 aboard the Carnival Freedom. Youngsters can play virtual reality games in the Carnival Freedom’s Warehouse video game room. Passengers eat an al fresco breakfast on Carnival Freedom’s Lido Deck amid towel animals. Passengers lounge amidst towel animals on Carnival Freedom’s Lido Deck. Freedom cabin stewards take several hours to create the towel animal zoo to surprise guests on their way to breakfast. Passengers aboard the Carnival Freedom relax in the adults-only Serenity area. Carnival Freedom’s 207-foot-long water slide provides a great view as the ship leaves St. Thomas, U.S.V.I. The Carnival Sunshine is in the background.

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