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Legend of the Seas

Legend of the Seas is no longer in operation for Royal Caribbean, but you can still find her sailing as Marella Discovery 2



Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 01/01/1995
Tonnage 70000
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 17
Number Of Decks 11
Number Of Elevators 11
Number Of Pools 2
Number Of Restaurants 5
Formal Nights Yes
Kids Clubs Yes
Maximum Capacity 1800 (2076)
Crew 720
Refurbished 07/02/2013

Customer reviews for Legend of the Seas

Had a 10 night Adriatic Cruise from Venice in late September having only previously been on Princess Cruises This was a fine ship, very clean with friendly attentive crew, good shows and quality of food excellent However,and this was my main concern, the MyTime Dining experience was poor to say the least, during the 10 days every night involved waiting in line like school dinners for as long as 20 mins or sharing a table, even though a table for two had been pre booked earlier in the day! All credit to the company, they responded to my complaints but it was still not sorted out correctly even by the end of the cruise. A system of pagers (as on Princess) would have worked better I was also slightly concerned that the antiseptic 'hand wash' facility on entering any eating area was not constantly monitored by staff, numerous times we saw passengers walking in without using this important facility. On balance a fine cruise but will try another line in the future.

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I have just returned from a week in the Med and we both found the ship comfortable, the food good (although we noted that in the formal dining room passengers are encouraged to choose 3 courses rather than the good old days when it was 5 or 6!). The buffet was good, excellent choice and always fresh and well-presented. The staff were friendly and nothing was too much trouble. The downside of travelling with this company is their alcohol policy - passengers are not allowed to bring any on board, or to purchase any to have in their cabins. Anything bought on board is wrapped and delivered with your luggage as you leave the ship. Drinks packages were $45 per day, per person and everyone in the party must purchase in order to get the offer. Otherwise, you face paying at least $33 for a bottle of wine, and about $11 for a glass of acceptable but ordinary white wine. Beer was about $5 or $6 and tax is always added to all purchases. For example, a $30 pair of earrings cost me $36 when tax was added. It was therefore a rather expensive way to cruise and I am not convinced the company is special enough to beat British ships. It is all a matter of choice, but I hate paying more than I feel something is worth. I would recommend this line, with the proviso that you take plenty of spends for on board!

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I have just returned from a week in the Med and we both found the ship comfortable, the food good (although we noted that in the formal dining room passengers are encouraged to choose 3 courses rather than the good old days when it was 5 or 6!). The buffet was good, excellent choice and always fresh and well-presented. The staff were frendly and nothing was too much trouble. The downside of travelling with this company is their alcohol policy - passengers are not allowed to bring any on board, or to purchase any to have in their cabins. Anything bought on board is wrapped and delivered with your luggage as you leave the ship. Drinks packages were $45 per day, per person and everyone in the party must purchase in order to get the offer. Otherwise, you face paying at least $33 for a bottle of wine, and about $11 for a glass of acceptable but ordinary white wine. Beer was about $5 or $6 and tax is always added to all purchases. For example, a $30 pair of earrings cost me $36 when tax was added. It was therefore a rather expensive way to cruise and I am not convinced the company is special enough to beat British ships. It is all a matter of choice, but I hate paying more than I feel something is worth. I would recimmend this line, with the proviso that you take plenty of spends for on board!

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