CruiseCheap Adds Freedom Virtual Tours

Visitors to the CruiseCheap.com web site can now participate in virtual tours of Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas. Online surfers can pull up more than 90 photographs that rotate 360 degrees and encompass 17 different cabin categories, seven restaurants and 23 public areas including the wedding chapel, children's areas, exercise facility, spa and the H2O Zone waterpark. There are also virtual tours of 11 bars and lounges and eight recreational activities including the rock climbing wall and surfing pool. Along with the 360-degree photographs, the site includes detailed pricing information, deck plans and "hot deals." Visit [www.cruisecheap.com].

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