'Freedom of the Seas' ship wows tourists in NY after leaving Bayonne

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? Potential passengers toured the world?s largest passenger ship in Manhattan Saturday after it docked in Bayonne earlier this week.

Royal Caribbean?s ?Freedom of the Seas? would stand taller than the Eiffel Tower if it were upright. The large vessel boasts a water park, sports deck with rock-climbing wall, boxing ring, ice rink, four pools and a ballroom. It also includes a mini shopping mall. With amenities like that, even experienced cruise travelers are in awe. Many call the ship elegant and say there is no comparison on the water, or on dry land.

The passenger ship sets sail June 4 to Miami. Fares run between $800 to $2,000 per person.

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