Cruise ship guide: Legend Of The Seas

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For a cruise that’s as much about fun as it is about relaxation, look no further than Legend Of The Seas. Currently offering a range of trips around Asia and eastern Europe, there’s plenty to keep you occupied between stops at a number of beautiful destinations.

It was the first Vision-class cruise chip owned by Royal Carribean Cruises, with her maiden voyage taking place back in May 1995.

Amongst the ship’s most striking features are the glass walls that cover much of the boat, providing panoramic sea views to guests. And when the sun goes down, there are a range of bars, restaurants and other activities on board.

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Activities and facilities

If you’re looking to relax during your time on board, then the Day Spa should fit the bill. Then there’s the open-roofed solarium pool, where you can soak up some sun and keep fit at the same time. There’s also a beauty salon and four whirlpools to enjoy.

For the fitness fanatics, there are full-sized courts for a range of sports, as well as a nine-hole miniature golf course, rock climbing wall and jogging track. There’s even an indoor fitness centre complete with weights and fitness machines.

In terms of entertainment, there’s a Casino Royale, live shows including music and theatre, and even a disco for teenagers – ideal for parents who want a bit of peace!

Other things to enjoy include an art gallery, a video arcade, an internet center and a medical center.

Accommodation on Legend Of The Seas

There are rooms on board for a range of budgets: whether you’re looking for something basic or something more luxurious, you can be sure of tasteful and comfortable surroundings. All rooms come with a seating area, luxury bedding, TV, telephone, safe, private bathroom with hairdryer and optional room service.

Interior staterooms provide the most budget-friendly (but by no means basic) option. A step up from that are the outside staterooms, which provide ocean views. Balcony suites come with a private balcony – ideal for enjoying the sun in privacy. And the suites and deluxe staterooms come with all the features we’ve mentioned, plus a larger living area, complementary concierge service, priority check-in and departure and a luggage valet service.

575 of the ship’s 902 rooms provide ocean views, and 231 come with private balconies.

What cruise trips are available?

Most of the trips currently on offer are based around Asia and eastern Europe.

Royal Brunei (Fly/Stay/Cruise) – a 15-night trip, starting with a flight from Australia to Singapore, then on to Malaysia and Brunei, followed by a trip back to Singapore and a flight back into Australia.

Isles of Southeast Asia – a short 4-night trip starting at Singapore, moving on to Kuala Lumpur, then Phuket, and back to Singapore.

Spice of Asia – a 5-night trip from Singapore, stopping at Port Klang, Langkawi, Phuket and then back to Singapore.

Greece and Turkey (Mediterranean) – starting at Venice, this 11-night trip stops at Split (Croatia), Athens, Ephusus, Bodrum, Rhodes, Santorini, Dubrovnik, and then back to Venice.

Legend Of The Seas general characteristics

Weight: 70,000 tons
Length: 867 feet
Beam: 105 feet
Decks: 11
Cruising speed: 31 mph (27 knots; 50 km/h
Guest capacity: 2,076

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Alyssa Beit

Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

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