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 Legend of the Seas

Launched in 1995, Legend of the Seas was Royal Caribbean's first Vision-class vessel. One of the fastest cruise ships afloat, this elegant ship is now deployed by Royal Caribbean on exotic itineraries in Alaska, the South Pacific and the Mexican Riviera, year-round.

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 Professional Reviews

Tom Ogg, 2004-07-18Mexican Riviera

The Set up Joanie and I were the seminar leaders and escorts for a group of travel...read more

33users found this review helpful.
Julie V., 2001-10-1012 night Mediterranean

We decided to take the 12 night Mediterranean cruise as our first anniversary cruise. For...read more

43users found this review helpful.

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • James and Lisa Wong 38 First Cruise Western Mediterranean

    RCL seems to have withdrawn its currency exchange courtesy.   We found exchange rates similar to hotels (uncompetitive) and subject to commission.   Deck 5 had...read more

    4 users found this review helpful.
  • John Morris 36 6 Down Under - Australia to New Zealand - 14 Days

    I must firstly state to you that this review is intended mainly for Australians thinking of cruising with this line, on this ship. There is absolutely no insult intended to any other nationality....read more

    15 users found this review helpful.
  • Libby Child 41 to 50 11 Legend - 12 night W. Mediterranean

      My husband and I are cruise enthusiasts, and felt we had taken the perfect cruise when we were on the Legend of the Seas for her Mediterranean itinerary in the fall of 1999....read more

    3 users found this review helpful.
  • Vickie Foster 31 to 40 11 Journey of Temples and Treasures

    I had the pleasure of sailing aboard the Legend of the Seas on the Journey of Temples and Treasures this year. It was my first Royal Caribbean cruise and I was truly impressed. Traffic flow:...read more

    3 users found this review helpful.
  • Mike Young 50+ 6 Singapore to Hong Kong

    We took the inaugural cruise of the Legend through this area (Singapore to Hong Kong). We traveled with a group of friends (about 20-30 all told). For background, we are retired and travel...read more

    22 users found this review helpful.
  • Alexander Sosnin 30 30 New Zealand - Australia

    I have cruised many times before but I am basically a fan of river cruising. My previous sea cruises were Bahamas on RCCL Sovereign of the Seas, Pacific Coast and Alaska repositioning on...read more

    2 users found this review helpful.
  • Christine and Richard 41 to 50 11 to 20 Cruises Singapore to Sydney

    Truly refreshing, Singapore is clean, light and efficient; we were constantly awed. The Conrad International Hotel was within walking distance of Suntec City (home to the Fountain...read more

    1 users found this review helpful.
  • Libby Child 46 to 55 11 Western Mediterranean

    We are cruise enthusiasts, and have taken a total of 16 cruises, but this one was by far the best ever. Through out the cruise, I kept remarking - this is an experience of a lifetime...read more

    2 users found this review helpful.
  • Paul M. Jaffe n/a n/a Hawaii

    The following is a review of our cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Legend of the Seas on the Ensenada to Honolulu 11-day itinerary. This itinerary is relatively unique as cruise itineraries go....read more

    3 users found this review helpful.
  • Noel Orraca 21 to 35 3 to 5 Cruises Panama Canal

    Background My wife (34) and I (35) were on cabin 8078 (cat C.). This was our third cruise, all on RCI. Our first cruise was on the Monarch (7-day Caribbean), and the...read more

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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Royal Caribbean Int.
  • Capacity (double occupancy):1800
  • Builder:Chantiers de l'Atlantique
  • Full Capacity:2076
  • Inaugurated:1995
  • Space Ratio:38.4 / 33.3
  • Gross Tonnage:69,130gt
  • Crew:720
  • Length:862 ft. / 263 m