Legend of the Seas

Inexpensive Mega SET SAIL 1995
The video arcade and the sport facilities are kid magnets
The 6,500 square ft Vegas-style Casino Royale with 117 slots
Watching movies under the stars on a plush chaise lounge
Tons To Do

Legend of the Seas is a solid ship that’s been recently renovated, providing an affordable cruise with lots of dining options, sporty diversions and a hopping casino clanging into the wee hours.

Legend of the Seas OVERVIEW

Back in the day, circa the mid-1990s, the 69,130-ton Legend of the Seas was the first of Royal Caribbean’s six Vision-class ships and was on the cutting edge of megaship bravado and design. Today Legend of the Seas may be quaint compared to her newer, more-decked out fleet mates, but being smaller and more low key is a plus for many folks. Legend of the Seas is half the size of Royal Caribbean's Voyager-class and Freedom-class ships and a third the size of the Oasis-class ships. A $50-million makeover in early 2013 spruced things up with some Oasis-class dining options and amenities, including ship-wide Wi-Fi. If you crave a cozier, somewhat retro experience with a bit of shiny Vegas-style brass and chrome sprinkled on top, then Legend of the Seas will work wonders for you.

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In the summer, Legend of the Seas sails in Europe. Other parts of the year, she's either in the Caribbean or on Panama Canal routes, with a Canada voyage in the mix.

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