Carnival Legend

3.7 out of 5
Price: $ $ $ $     Size: L     Refurbished: 3 yrs ago    
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Carnival Legend is a large ship, carrying 2667 passengers and 930 crew, and sails from Seattle, Washington and Vancouver (Canada Place), British Columbia.

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Contributor Level: Purser
3 out of 5

A mixed experience

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (young children)

Maybe a bit unfair rating in some ways given this was our first cruise. We wanted to see Alaska and seemed like the best way to see it given the remoteness. We know going in we were likely not 'cruise people' and it was confirmed. It was not that it was terrible. it is just not for us. That said we did have a good time, great service, and some great times with our grand daughter. I very much enjoyed the sailing part, seeing the amazing nature, seeing marine life, and that part of it. So we put the balcony to great use and it was a chance for quiet away from the noise of the ship. It felt to us a bit like a Las Vegas Casino on the water which is not our thing. But the plus is the ship has great people. The entire crew were friendly and helpful which offset some concerns.

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
5 out of 5

great experience!

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

 This was our 3rd Carnival cruise and we enjoyed so much! As I live in FL, I enjoyed cold weather there. We enjoyed Skagway, Juneau, Tracy Arm Fjord and Ketchikan! But we did not enjoy Victoria.  When we arrived there it was 8pm, only had 3 hours (needed to use a bus to go to the city), but all the stores except a few souvenir shops and bars were closed.  We enjoyed the food and gained 8-10 pounds! The shows were great!

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
5 out of 5

Excellent

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Large Group

The view was spectacular the entire trip and I would recommend a balcony, makes the room seem bigger.  I suggest an outlet in the bathroom and a better hair dryer.  The ac wasn't the greatest but overall it was not too bad.

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Contributor Level: Purser
5 out of 5

7 Night Alaska with Glacier Bay on Legend

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

It is really hard to pick out my favorite part of the cruise.  It is all fantastic.  The ship and the crew were all awesome.  Out of the ports visited, I think Ketchikan was my favorite.  However Juneau, Skagway, Seattle and Victoria were all great too.  I had spent a lot of time in Seattle previously, so I was already familiar with this great city.  I wish that we had a little more day time to spend in Victoria though.  It was a father/daughter cruise, and we both enjoyed it very much.  We did a whale watch excursion and a train excursion to White Pass, and both were really nice.  Just a great time all  in all. 

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
2 out of 5

beautiful Alaska views

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Large Group

The customer services was very friendly. The food was just okay, needs some improvements. My complain was that the one of the wheels on our luggage was broken when it was delivered to us to our room and we complained to the customer service desk. She was nice and seem like she wanted to help. She checked the luggage and stated that since it's one of the outside wheels, we can still roll it back to California and have it fix, then sent them the bill. I don't even know how to go about having it fix, nor if it's worth it. Also they broke the built-in lock on my mom's luggage but I didn't make a fuss because they probably not going to offer anything anyway. That left a bad feeling for us through out our trip and we had a hard time bring our 3-wheeled luggage home. We are just going to throw our luggage away. I usually book our cruises with Carnival but I think we will consider other cruise lines from now on. 

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
3 out of 5

Cruise to Alaska

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

The best part of the cruise was the people serving you. All were extremely nice and attentive. There is always obe exception. We dis have a poor experience with an employee in the casino. The manager was notified of the situation, but never followed up with is on the outcome. Thats one of the biggest disappointments of the cruise. The ship was decent. The shower in the room was old and the floor sticky, and it didn't appear that they clean the top portion of the shower. The ship is definitely dated and could use some upgrading. The Spa was rediculously expensive as was anything outside of your purchased package. I feel you pay that amout to float on a dated boat, the rest should be priced a little more economically. $119/person for internet for 7 days, each alcholic drink $10 or more. Photos $14/each. Its just really overpriced. We didn't really feel the time spent at port was sufficient for certain stops. But overall it was okay. Probably will try a different cruiseline the next time. 

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Contributor Level: Purser
3 out of 5

Pricing/Cost too high

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Large Group

The favorite part was the Fjord.  Not a port.  The views were great even though we could not make it in to Tracy Arm.

The state rooms were dated and had a few issues with the bathroom.

The Faster to fun didn't work for disembarkation.  Half the ship was let off because they carried/wheeled their own luggage and we had to wait for them before we could leave.  So much for paying the extra money to get off earlier.  We waited almost 1 1/2 hours on line.  My brother stayed in his stateroom almost that same amount of time and then exited.  He was in his taxi and we entered our ride.

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Contributor Level: Purser
3 out of 5

Somewhat satisfied

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

The food service staff and housekeeping were top notch, excellent, enthusiastic; no complaints in those departments. The iternary excellent.

Health& Wellness talks were available but everything felt conditional as if all they wanted to do was to make sales of some product. This was annoying.

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
5 out of 5

Legend-ary!

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

Comfortable, affordable. Great crew and staff. Food was pretty good too! Ship was easy to navigate, especially with the ability to walk completely around the exterior. And there was more walking space top deck.

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
3 out of 5

only one BIG disappointment

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good food , great hospitality wonderful crew, all tours were good except the last tour of Vancouver which was cancelled because the crew lost our luggage. We stood in line for hours , with no input from the ship as to why we were not able to leave for the tour; very poor communications between Carnival and the land tour. We feel that we should be receiving a refund for the tour , but have heard nothing from Carnival.

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Lido Deck

The Lido Deck features the Gymnasium, Spa Carnival, Helen of Troy Salon; Camelot Forward Pool, Avalon Bar, Avalon Main Pool, whirlpools, Unicorn Cafe Lido...

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Atlantic Deck

The Atlantic Deck features the second level of Follies Main Lounge, Enchanted Forest Interior Promenade, The Holmes Library and Internet, The Chapel, Billie's...

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Promenade Deck

The Promenade Deck features the Follies Main Lounge, Trump Card Room, Satchmo's Jazz Lounge, Legends' Cafe, Dreamteam Sports Bar, Club Merlin Casino, Shore...

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Sports Deck

he Sports Deck features the upper level of The Golden Fleece Steakhouse, the Kids' Pool, and the water slide entrance.

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pattypoo1962
Contributor Level: Second Mate

Try to have them seat you farther into the dining room . There is a lot of traffic up by the main door.

maryrose403
Contributor Level: Third Mate

Room Service coffee in the morning is a must, it starts the day off right.

rustytrow
Contributor Level: Purser

We actually did something that we have seldom done before. We ate most of our breakfasts in the main dining room. It is really better than on the Lido deck.

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Price

L

Size

Apr 2002

Built

3 yrs ago

Refurbished

2667

Total Passengers

2.87

Crew to Passenger Ratio

12

Number of Decks

1062

Total Cabins

28

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