freedom of the seas

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the right of merchant ships to travel freely in international waters

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After the excitement of Universal Orlando Resort, it was back to reality with a reasonably soft landing as we were transferred from our hotel to Port Canaveral in time to board Freedom of the Seas.
Liberty and freedom of the seas are more relevant than most landlubbers might imagine.
In early 2011, Freedom of the Seas and Liberty of the Seas will introduce new dining, entertainment, children's programming and other enhancements made popular on the Oasis-class ships, including the Royal Babies and Tots Nursery, The Cupcake Cupboard, the groundbreaking Wayfinding navigation system for guests, and an oversized outdoor video screen in each ship's main pool area.
The company has announced that Radiance of the Seas, Splendour of the Seas, Oasis of the Seas, Liberty of the Seas and Freedom of the Seas will all be upgraded in 2011.
During the 1965 War, Pakistan Navy enjoyed complete freedom of the seas.
The principle of the freedom of the seas, which implies using the sea for navigation, transport of oil and gas, setting up underwater cables on its bed, exploitation of its flora and fauna, etc, is part of the Convention of the UN on the Law of the Sea of 1982, according to which landlocked countries have the same right to using the sea for whatever reason as those with access to the sea.
In response, Wilson, resorting to "brinkmanship," instructed House to tell the Allies that they could either accept freedom of the seas or the United States would build "the strongest navy that our resources permit and as our people have so long desired.
A passage in the counterproposal submitted in late 2007 by the DPJ to the Diet against the government-sponsored new antiterrorism bill says that Japan will actively and voluntarily contribute to efforts by the international community to secure the freedom of the seas.
The Royal Navy has been guaranteeing the freedom of the seas for centuries.
A few weeks later, Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas suffered outbreaks of norovirus on back-to-back Caribbean cruises and was slapped with a rare ``no-sail recommendation'' by the Centers for Disease Control's Vessel Sanitation Program.
This reminds us of the history that it is military capabilities that long ago helped make it possible to free the Barbary Coast of pirates, so that our world of commerce and ideas could enjoy Freedom of the Seas, and that Freedom of the Seas continues to be sustained thanks to the U.
Each star player relies on the whole team, and to win the war on terrorism, to ensure freedom of the seas and promote stability and peace, we are going to need help.
Strong bookings, especially for the cruise line's two new megaships, Freedom of the Seas and Liberty of the Seas, and a gradual shift of reservations work from Miami to Springfield is fueling the growth, said Chris Monnette, director of trade and support service.
His plan for a "just and lasting peace" among nations included international arbitration to settle disputes, freedom of the seas, reciprocal disarmament and renunciation of war debts, and the evacuation and restoration of all occupied territories.
All part of the entertainment on the mammoth Voyager of the Seas, part of the impressive Royal Caribbean fleet and sister ship to the world's largest passenger ship Freedom of the Seas.