What would you do for the freedom to meet hundreds of other like-minded couples on the high seas? The freedom to bare it all, in a saltwater pool by the moonlight? The freedom to dance until the sun comes up, the freedom to explore your sensual side?
Join us on the Freedom of the Seas for the largest ever lifestyle party at sea with over 1800 couples!
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It's time to start making your reservations for the top swingers cruise of 2013. The swinger cruise ship "Freedom of the Seas" will set sail in November 2013 for sun and fun in exotic Caribbean destinations. The best rooms sell out quickly for this high-seas swinging adventure so get started by checking cabin availability now!
The itinerary of Labadee, Jamaica and Cozumel is one of the best group of ports with some of the best custom excursions you will ever find. From spectacular clothing optional diving, snorkeling and beach parties, to a private island where we will have the entire island (Labadee) to ourselves, there are many exotic and erotic adventures for you.
Of course, our favorite time is on board the ship. The Freedom of the Seas has so many different venues and places to party, you will have lots of choices when it comes to music and activities. Every night is a theme night, so count on being sexy and meeting other sexy couples from all around the world on this historic Party at Sea.
While all cabin pricing reflects the basic cost per person, there will be an additional fee which will reflect port charges, government taxes, doc fees, gratuities and security fees. These will be as follows:
Note: this does not count the PS/FS cabins
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Leaving from the Port of Cape Canaveral in Florida with stops in Haiti, Jamaica & Mexico before returning to Port of Cape Canaveral. * All itineraries are subject to change without notice.
*** All itineraries are subject to change without notice.
|Date||Port Location||Arrival Time||Departure Time|
|Sun, Nov 10, 2013||Port Canaveral, Florida||4:00 PM|
|Mon, Nov 11, 2013||Cruising|
|Tues, Nov 12, 2013||Labadee, Haiti||7:00 AM||4:00 PM|
|Wed, Nov 13, 2013||Falmouth, Jamaica||10:00 AM||7:00 PM|
|Thurs, Nov 14, 2013||Cruising|
|Fri, Nov 15, 2013||Cozumel, Mexico||7:00 AM||5:00 PM|
|Sat, Nov 16, 2013||Cruising|
|Sun, Nov 17, 2013||Port Canaveral, Florida||6:00 AM|
On the north coast of Hispaniola, surrounded by beautiful mountain slopes and exotic foliage, sits Labadee, a private paradise. Reserved exclusively for us, this destination offers pristine beaches, breathtaking scenery and spectacular water activities. Nellie’s Beach is simply a slice of paradise. You can enjoy floating beach mats and complimentary beach lounge chairs on this picture perfect beach.
Regardless of where you go, you'll find yourself embraced by the beautiful landscape. Labadee's native charm, along with its natural beauty, make this a destination not to be missed.
Paddle along the gorgeous coastline of Labadee on a class="fancybox-effects" relaxing kayaking tour. Your guide will lead you through beautiful coral reefs, where you'll witness an abundance of exotic marine life. You'll also pass various fishing villages that have been unchanged for decades.
Take an exhilarating ride aboard a waverunner down the scenic coast of Labadee. See your ship from a perspective rarely enjoyed by other guests.
Grab a bird's-eye view as you soar 400 feet above the beautiful peninsula of Labadee on a thrilling parasailing ride.
It's impossible to choose just one thing that's special about Labadee. The sandy beach and coral reefs provide a perfect place to relax and have fun. Whether you're interested in kayaking, snorkeling, parasailing or you just want to lie on the beach and relax, you won't want to miss Labadee.
Step off the ship and step back in time. Falmouth, Jamaica, a historic gem that was recently named Port of the Year by the Seatrade Insider Cruise Awards. Recognized worldwide as one of the Caribbean's most significant and historically-rich destinations, quaint Falmouth boasts uniquely beautiful and varied 19th century Georgian architecture throughout the town, from wooden cottages to brick mansions to plantation complexes. With horse-and-buggy rides, arts and crafts offerings, and flavorful local fare, Falmouth delivers a quintessential Caribbean experience with a nod to its colonial past.
Falmouth also serves as the gateway to the best Jamaica has to offer. Just east of Falmouth is Ocho Rios, best known for its spectacular Dunn's River Falls. Or, travel west to reach Montego Bay and the beautiful beaches of Negril, just a two-hour drive. Thanks to its central location, Falmouth gives visitors the best tour experiences of the north coast of Jamaica.
If you like history, culture and scenic beauty, then a visit to the Good Hope Great House is a must. Built in the 1700s and entirely restored, it's one of the most sought after Great Houses of the 18th century, featuring amazing views of the nearby Queen of Spain Valley and Cockpit Mountains. Visit the pottery house to see the work of the resident potter and then the trading house - the only store of its kind in the Caribbean - where you can purchase authentic art, carvings, books and souvenirs.
Venice may have its gondolas, but Falmouth has 30-foot bamboo rafts that offer romantic and adventurous rides on the Martha Brae River. Sit back and relax as a raft captain guides you through an exceptional view of the island's tropical scenery.
Enjoy a scenic drive through Jamaica's interior to Appleton Estate, where visitors learn how rum is made, sample wet sugar and have the chance to taste different-aged rums.
Travel east to Ocho Rios where you can climb the spectacular Dunn’s River Falls, soar through the lush rainforest canopy on a zip line, wind down the mountainside on a Jamaican bobsled or swim with dolphins at Dolphin Cove.
Founded as Martha Brae Point in 1769 by local English planter Thomas Reid, Falmouth became the shipment hub for sugar plantations covering the hills of Jamaica's North Coast. From the wharfs of Falmouth, sugar, molasses, rum and coffee were sent to England, while ships making their way from across the Atlantic dropped anchor in the bustling port town to deliver other necessities of 18th-century life. Take in the past with a stroll through Falmouth's Historic District featuring an impressive collection of 19th-century Georgian architecture. Many of the buildings are still intact and renowned for their unique gingerbread woodwork dating from the 18th and 19th centuries.
The Conquistadors first saw Mexico from the shores of Cozumel while searching for gold. Today, visitors to the island continue to seek out gold and silver jewelry in the shops of San Miguel while having a great time in its many local bars and restaurants. Plus, the waters around Cozumel's sheltered coral reefs make this one of the best snorkeling areas in the world.
Explore the underwater world of Chankanaab on a deep-sea adventure aboard the Atlantis Submarine.
Discover what makes a dolphin so magical as you play and interact with these amazing creatures in Chankanaab National Marine Park.
Sit back, relax, and bury your toes in the white sand of Playa Mia Beach in Cozumel. This destination offers all the food, drinks and activities you can imagine, including relaxing massages on the beach.
Take a Jeep-safari adventure through the tropical landscape of Cozumel's east side. Ride through sand dunes and trails for an unforgettable experience.
Learn to prepare a Mexican feast and enjoy your culinary skills with Mexican wines and a festive atmosphere.
Escape to the secluded beauty of your own private beach paradise, Passion Island.
Don't miss the opportunity to explore the ruins of the ancient Mayan city of Tulúm, majestically perched above the turquoise Caribbean. The site was occupied as far back as 600 A.D. However, it was most densely populated around 1200 A.D. You will be struck by the pyramid-shaped El Castillo, which dominates the city from atop a forty-foot cliff. The nearby Temple of the Descending God provides equally excellent insight into the architecture of the Mayan people, who gained considerable achievements in the arts and sciences, only to decline and vanish for no apparent reason.
Freedom of the Seas is one of the newest ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet. Here are just a few highlights that make this ship a great choice for the top swinger cruise of 2013:
You just can't have a swingers event without having a theme for each night! It is not required that you dress in theme but it can add some extra fun to the evening!
|Day||Dinner Theme||Party Theme|
|SUNDAY||Casual Resort Wear||70's Disco Dance Party|
|MONDAY||Formal Night||Pajama Party|
|TUESDAY||Dress to Impress||Sexy Superheroes & Naughty Villains|
|WEDNESDAY||Dress to Impress||Great Gatsby Roaring 20’s|
|THURSDAY||Dress to Impress||Mardi Gras Masquerade|
|FRIDAY||Formal Night (Glitter)||Fetish & Vampires|
|SATURDAY||Dress to Impress||Blue Night|
It is always recommended that you arrive the night before the cruise to ensure that you do not miss the boat. For those of you that wish to follow our recommendation, we have made arrangements at an Orlando hotel for a group rate to stay the night before the cruise. We'll be hosting a pre-cruise Meet & Greet Reception to give everyone the opportunity to start getting to know the others that you will be sailing the open waters with. Finally, since the hotel is in Orlando and the port is approximately one hour away in Port Canaveral, we are offering a round-trip shuttle service from the hotel to the port then returning to the Orlando International Airport.
Details for these three options are listed below.
7499 Augusta National Dr., Orlando, Florida 32822
We will be hosting a pre-cruise Meet & Greet Reception at the Orlando Airport Marriott on Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 9:00pm to 1:00am. The round-trip shuttle service will also be organized from the Marriott. The hotel has sold out so we have made arrangements for more rooms at the Hilton Garden Inn Orlando Airport.
7300 Augusta National Dr., Orlando, Florida 32822
Call the hotel directly at 1-407-240-3725.
Give them the promotion code "SLS Events" receive the group rate.
We will be hosting a pre-cruise Meet & Greet Reception at the Orlando Airport Marriott on Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 9:00pm to 1:00am. The party will have music and a cash bar. This will be a great opportunity to get to know your follow cruisers. The cost is $12.50 per person. Reception cost is non-refundable.
Shuttle service will be available from the Orlando Airport Marriott to Port Canaveral on Sunday, November 10, 2013. While en route to the port, one of our staff members will collect $2 per person as a tip for the bus driver and the porters at the port. On Sunday, November 17, 2013, the shuttle will transfer you from Port Canaveral to the Orlando International Airport (MCO) Terminal A & Terminal B and then back to the Orlando Airport Marriott for those of you extending your vacation time.
Please note that there is a limit of two (2) bags plus one (1) personal item per person. The number of people we can load on a bus is limited by the amount of luggage that fits in the bus cargo bay. If you have more than the allotted amount of luggage then you will be subject to an additional fee based on the number of bags. Excessive amounts of luggage will also cause a delay in the loading and departure of the bus.