I cruised on the Liberty a few years ago; it's got lots of activities. There is the rock climbing wall, a surfing simulator where you can surf on a boogie board right on the back of the ship. There is ice skating and a great ice show. There will be a couple parades on the promenade mall, not to miss. and also a mini-golf course. Basketball court and other games in the game room. A show every night in the main show room, and you are old enough to go in the casino and gamble if you want. All of these are free and they even provide ice skates and the boogie board. There is also a huge movie screen on the top deck by the pool where you can watch movies at night.
There is an interactive message board by each elevator bay that will tell you what's happening on the ship for the next 4 hours and you can use the touch screen to find your way anywhere on ship. One neat thing you may want to do is go up on the helipad on the front of the ship; it's open as long as the seas are not rough, and stand on the bow just like they did in the movie, Titanic. You can use the gym, it's free too and there are other pools and hot tubs you can use also.
Each day of your cruise you will receive in your cabin a newsletter type flier that will detail everything that will be happening on ship the next day, details by time and location so you can decide what you want to do the next day. So you can be as busy or as relaxed as you want to be. The ship has a cruise director whose job is to see that passengers have a great time and that person will provide heads ups on things happening the next day and that information will be repeated on the TV set in your cabin. The cruise director will usually have a singles get-together the first day of the cruise so that young people and singles can meet each other. Aside from that you will meet others your age on ship at dinner, shows, and around the pool.
The other thing you can do is go sign up for the Royal Caribbean meet & mingle . The Meet and Mingle is a free get together that Royal Caribbean sponsors for cruisers in conjunction with Cruise Critic. Once you sign up for it you'll receive a notice in your cabin of the date, time and location of the get together. The ship will hand out small prized and provided juice, punch and cookies and light eats. Members of the group generally have other things planned for the week while you are on ship, and also some people get together for tours off the ship.
To sign up you need to first go to the Cruise Critic web site: http://www.cruisecritic.com/
Then you need to sign up, it's free.
1. then after you have signed up go to the Home page and click on "Boards" at the top left of the page;
2. then scroll down until you see "Roll Calls" and click on the one for Royal Caribbean Meet & Mingle Roll Calls" or whatever cruise line you will be going on;
3. then when the page opens up click on the ship you will be going on;
4. then search through the cruises listed and find the date of your cruise;
5. Then click on the link to last page to see the latest post (or you can start reading from the beginning; or skip some pages)
This page has a listing of all on the people who have signed up; just reply to the post that has all of the names listed and add your names; you can put your others on the list also;
Now there is one more step and you'll need your reservation number(s) for this; on the page with the ship name, top right side of the page you'll see a link to "sign up for the meet & mingle on ship" : http://www.cruisecritic.com/rollcall/cruiselinel2.cfm?cruiselineid=32
Click on "Register for the Royal Caribbean Cruise Critic Party" (or whatever cruise line) and enter your information: https://secure.royalcaribbean.com/ccEntry.do
Here's a link to see what's on the ship; take the virtual tour: http://www.royalcaribbean.com/findacruis…
Answered By: TINKERTOY ..... the 1 & only - 11/12/2012