Freedom is a former Moby Lines ship where she used to operate a fast cruise ferry servicing Sardinia and Corsica crossings. The ship is 175m long and 27m broad, with capacity to transport 2080 passengers and 700 vehicles at atop speed of 29 knots. The ship transports passengers in air conditioned comfort. she was bought by Eckerö Line to replace the Norlandia.
Moby Freedom was built in 2001 by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Heavy Machinery Ltd of Okpo, South Korea. She is a sister ship to Moby Wonder. In February 2012 she was sold to the Nordic company Eckerö, and renamed Freedom. She sails under the Finnish flag.
Eating places: ā la carte restaurant, four cafeterias, self-service restaurant, snack bar, pizza point
Facilities include a show lounge, children's play area, pool, sun deck, bar
There are 300 cabins with private facilities including outside junior suites that accommodate four people. Other cabin accommodation available is inside cabins (double and quad) with no porthole, outside cabins (double and quad) with porthole.
|Built by:||Daewoo Shipbuilding & Heavy Machinery Ltd of Okpo, South Korea|