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MS Freedom

The stylish MS Freedom was built for the 2019 cruising season and impressed both onlookers and passengers with her sleek lines and luxurious comforts. She’s sure to do the same in 2020, providing state-of-the-art facilities and a memorable cruise along the Dalmatian coast, sleek enough to berth at smaller ports, as well as alluring islets and picturesque harbours whilst providing a more personalised experience for her guests.

MS Freedom Overview

The MS Freedom made her debut in the 2019 cruising season, built to high European standards ensuring luxurious comfort and the latest in safety features. She has a maximum capacity of just 38 passengers and multiple spacious common areas, inside and out, ensuring each guest a more tranquil, uncrowded sailing experience for exploring the many delights of Croatia.

MS Freedom Cabins

This sophisticated yacht-like vessel has 19 en-suite cabins, all with independent ventilation systems providing continuous fresh air and individually controlled air conditioning. Each one has all the safety essentials like lifejackets, fire alarms and smoke detectors as well as ample storage, including space under the twin/double beds for luggage, a wardrobe, writing desk and chair. All include an internal communication system so that every passenger can hear any announcements made by the captain and cruise manager. Main deck cabins also feature windows, whilst lower deck cabins come with portholes.

MS Freedom Facilities

The public spaces on the MS Freedom can be enjoyed indoors or out, like the huge sundeck that spans the top deck of the ship with luxurious loungers for sunbathing with spectacular passing views. It also includes a six-person Jacuzzi and a shaded area if it gets a little too warm out. There’s an air-conditioned salon/restaurant with a bar area and big-screen satellite television which extends to a fully covered lounge area with tables and couches.

MS Freedom Dining

Delicious, satisfying meals are enjoyed in a relaxed, casual setting, cooked by the skilled onboard chef, who utilises local produce whenever possible. Fuel up for the day with an extensive breakfast buffet-style and enjoy multicourse set lunches along with some dinners, according to the specific itinerary. Other dinners bring the chance to delve into local Croatian fare whilst in port. There’s also a bar on the ship serving a good selection of wine, beer, spirits and soft drinks for purchase, payable at the conclusion of the cruise.

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