Royal Caribbean Cruises

Freedom of the Seas

When launched in 2006, Freedom of the Seas was the largest, most innovative and exciting ship ever to be introduced into the global cruise market.

The art-program presented onboard Freedom of the Seas is unique and exhilarating, and hopefully something that guests will remember for a long time after their cruise is over. The goal is always to make a personal impact, and create memories beyond the cruise-journey itself.

ICArt decided to go back to basics, to the four elements that compose the universe: Earth, water, air and fire – the basis of everything we are, we see, and we do. Onboard Freedom of the Seas, the four elements take on new life, with carefully selected art and artists who could explore and add layers of meaning to the basic elements.

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Antonio Riello, "Komba Tiepolo 30, 31, 32"

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David Mach, "Down Under"

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Arts in Architecture, "Silk Stockings and Bootlegged Booze"

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Harald Vlugt, "Stop and Go"

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Harald Vlugt, "Stop and Go"

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Linda Carmichael, "Lyric Musicians"

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Larry Kirkland, "Air"

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Larry Kirkland, "Waters"

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Larry Kirkland, "Earth"

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Larry Kirkland, "Air"

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Larry Kirkland, "Fire"

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Nicolaus Widerberg, "Arne Wilhelmsen"

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Brad Howe, "Skipper"

  • Project Details
  • Client: Royal Caribbean Cruises
  • Location: Turku, Finland
  • Length: 1,111 ft
  • Capacity: 4,515 passengers
  • Beam: 127 ft
  • Delivery: 2006
  • Tonnage: 155,889 GT