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CARNIVAL FREEDOM cruise vessel

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CARNIVAL FREEDOM cruise vessel

Postby aukepalmhof » Thu Feb 28, 2019 7:15 pm

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Built as a passenger-cruise vessel under yard No6129 by Fincantieri Breda, Marghera near Venice, Italy for Carnival Corporation Plc., Panama.
23 December 2004 laid down.
28 April 2006 floated out as the CARNIVAL FREEDOM.
Tonnage 110,320 grt, 11,794 nrt, dim. 290.20 x 35.50 x 8.20m. (draught), length bpp.247.7m.
Powered: diesel electric by six Wärtsilä diesel engines each 12,600 kW, two electric propulsion motors Alstom each 20,000 kW, driving two shafts. Speed 22,5 knots maximum.
Accommodation for 3783 passenger’s maximum and 1150 crew.
28 February 2002 delivered to owners, registered port Panama, IMO No 9333149.

04 March 2007 christened by Kathy Ireland at Venice.

CARNIVAL FREEDOM is a Conquest-class cruise ship operated by Carnival Cruise Line, and the final Conquest-class vessel to enter service. Built by Fincantieri at its Marghera shipyard in Venice, Italy, she was floated out on April 28, 2006, delivered to Carnival on February 28, 2007, and christened in Venice by American model, actress, author and entrepreneur Kathy Ireland on March 4, 2007.The following day, March 5, 2007, she departed on her maiden voyage, to the Eastern Mediterranean.

Itineraries
CARNIVAL FREEDOM originally sailed two itineraries from her home port in Civitavecchia near Rome. Stops on her Grand Mediterranean itinerary included: Naples, Dubrovnik, Venice, Messina, Barcelona, Cannes, and Livorno. Stops on her Mediterranean and Greek Isles itinerary included: Naples, Marmaris, Izmir, Istanbul, Athens, Katakolon, and Livorno. In the fall and winter of 2007, she sailed the Caribbean Sea from the Port of Miami. In the summer of 2008 she returned to Europe and sailed the same itineraries as above. In the fall of 2008 she again sailed the Caribbean but from Fort Lauderdale out of Port Everglades.

CARNIVAL FREEDOM began sailing year-round from Fort Lauderdale starting November 22, 2008, with six-day cruises departing Sundays and visiting Key West, Fla., George Town, Grand Cayman and Ocho Rios, Jamaica, while eight-day voyages departing Saturdays alternate to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
CARNIVAL FREEDOM repositioned to Galveston, Texas in February, 2015.
CARNIVAL FREEDOM entered a three-week scheduled drydock in Freeport, Bahamas on March 30, 2014 for refurbishment.
CARNIVAL FREEDOM is scheduled to undergo another dry dock in February 2019.

2019 In service.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnival_Freedom http://www.miramarshipindex.nz
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