Carnival Legend Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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7+ cruises

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1 out of 5

A terrible cruise.

Sail Date: May 03, 2009

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

The ship's decor went to far into "greek mythology". It was poorly lit, poor customer service, and allowed children to go into the bars. The staff had a very hard time speaking English. The gratuties were excessive, and we were double-charged for a shore excursion. Carnival seemed to want to "nickel and dime" every item available.

Pros: Returning to port in Tampa, Florida

Cons: The poor communications from the Captain about port cancellations, being charges for services without notice, poor service, and inability to speak English from the ship's crew

Recommends Carnival Legend? No.

George Town, Grand Cayman
This was a beautiful port with excellent shopping and other amenities.
Don't Miss: Shopping
Belize City, Belize
A beautiful port with friendly people; but watch out for the difference in their money and US Dollars (a big difference).
Don't Miss: River excursion and visiting the ruins.
Coxen Hole, Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras
We we unable to dock here, and the Captain didn't inform the passengers until the night before. To add insult to injury, we only received a $20.00 per person ship's credit for this. Totally unacceptable.


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