Alaska Discovery from Seattle to Vancouver, 9 September 2019 (8 nights)

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Carnival Legend
Depart Date:
9th September 2019
8 nights | View itinerary
Customer Rating:
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Cruise Type:
Cruise and Stay
  • Regional Flights Available at a Supplement 
  • Hotel Included

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Holiday Features

  • Return flights
  • All overseas transfers
  • Gourmet meals onboard including 24 hour room service
  • Coffee, tea, milk, juice and non-bottled water
  • Most onboard activities like basketball and table tennis
  • Use of fitness facilities, some enrichment programs
  • Broadway and Las-Vegas-style entertainment
  • Access to discos, piano bars, lounges
  • Supervised Children's Programs
  • Deluxe stateroom or suite accommodations
  • All port taxes and fees
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Cruise itinerary

Day Port Due Depart
1 Fly UK/Seattle
1 Seattle Hotel Stay - 1 Night
2 Seattle
When you think Alaskan Cruises, one port city comes to mind, SEATTLE!!! Seattle offers more cruises to the Pacific Northwest and Alaska than any other port. From here the Alaskan Cruises run from early May till late-September, with ports of call in eciting destinations such as Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka, Skagway, Tracey Arm, and Prince Rupert.
3 Fun Day At Sea
4 Tracy Arm Fjord
Tracy Arm Fjord
The snowcapped summits and flowing waterfalls here serve to enhance the already incredible glacier viewing.
5 Skagway
For an insight into Alaskan history and culture, follow in the footsteps of gold rushers through the ‘gateway to the Klondike’.
6 Juneau
For supreme glacier viewing at the Mendenhall Glacier, with the imposing backdrop of Mt. Juneau.
7 Ketchikan
For the Totem Heritage centre, where you can find the largest collection of Totem poles in the world.
8 Fun Day At Sea
9 Vancouver
Vancouver is a gorgeous thriving metropolis with numerous parks, beaches, gardens, museums, art galleries and ethnic diversity, offering something for all.
9 Fly Seattle/UK

Cabins on the Carnival Legend

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Customer reviews for Carnival Legend

  • Carnival Legend
  • Carnival
  • 01 Oct 2018

Ship was ok but on the 6th deck we had noise 24/7 Complained many times but no resolve have cancelled this ship for next year as cabin on the same deck and ship is a bit tired

  • Carnival Legend
  • Carnival
  • 27 Sep 2013

Returned 13 Sept 2013 from Norway and Northern Europe trip. First morning out, the sea was rough and while I was in the bathroom the ship lurched and I fell backwards into the shower - back still aching (I noticed that there were no rails in bathroom which might have prevented my fall) so older people beware! Entertainment was v. good but ship rather shabby and very dark. Was mildly shocked when I entered for the first time. The food in Lido not that good and food in dining room mostly lukewarm. It was my first time with Carnival Legend and I shall not be returning!!

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  • Carnival Legend
  • Carnival
  • 14 Sep 2013

We have recently returned from a baltic cruise on the Carnival Legend, sailing between 20/8 and 1/9. Our party ages were 73yrs, 50 yrs, 15 yrs and 12 yrs. We shared an inside cabin which we got for a great price with Iglu Cruise. Having booked it as a special treat for my family, and then read some of the reviews about the ship my heart was in my mouth as we boarded the ship. All I can say is...I had nothing to fear. We had a fabulous holiday and much of that was due to the Carnival team. The ship may not be the biggest, newest or have the best facilities but she has great character. The entertainment, led by John and Calvyn, was brilliant. From the highly professional shows to the off the cuff, low cost game shows and trivia competitions. It really was wall to wall entertainment that kept all of us amused. Lots of variety and lots of opportunity to join in if the mood struck. The ship was generally very clean, gym well equipped with some good quality free classes, and staff friendly and helpful. The shops on board were well stocked with a wide range of goods ranging from very good value to well beyond our means, but thats what shopping is about. The drinks at the bars were well priced with an especially good range of non alcoholic drinks and cocktails offered (for those too young to have alcohol but too old to just drink soda all night). The circle c kids club provided much appreciated activities and fun for our 12 year old who disappeared every evening with her new friends. The food in the truffles restaurant was very good and varied. Especially the hot chocolate melting cake! The steakhouse (extra cost) was phenominal and worth every penny. A visit here is a must. Unfortunately the food and service in the buffet restaurant ( the unicorn) was disappointing, with queues, slow replenishment of foods, and Luke warm food. The breakfast was particularly poor. If this was sorted out the Legend would feature much higher up the ratings list. This apart, and all things considered, we would rate this ship as 7/10. And would we travel with them again? Definitely.

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All offers and prices are subject to change and availability at time of enquiry. Prices are based on two passengers sharing unless otherwise stated and are subject to the Tour Operator's terms and conditions. Cabin and Flight supplements may apply. Other supplements may apply in addition to the price shown above. Flight details, timings and routing may be subject to alteration. Other tour operator charges may also apply. Any Onboard Spending money or drinks package value shown will be per cabin, again based on two sharing.

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