The Legend of the Seas underwent a $50 million makeover in 2013 to make sure everything was shipshape and modern, and it sure is. A cruise from Brisbane on the Legend of the Seas is a great way to holiday - and here on the reviews page is where you can hear from those who have already done it!
867 feet long and 105 feet wide, the Legend of the Seas cruises at 22 knots and carries around 2,000 passengers and 750 crew. Her eleven decks rise above the seas to carry all aboard around the globe in complete comfort.
The Legend's 915 cabins are split into the four basic categories of inside, oceanview, balcony and suites. All offer a haven for relaxation after a busy day and are equipped with a private bathroom, a TV, a telephone, and of course a comfortable bed. The suites offer a few more small luxuries and a bit more space.
Families are catered to with options for suites and triple or quad cabins, and there are also 17 accessible staterooms for wheelchair users.
From rest and relaxation to action stations, there is something for anyone to do on the Legend of the Seas. Two pools, a gym and spa, a rock-climbing wall and mini-golf course, a video game arcade, and a poolside screen are just some of the facilities for fun.
When the sun goes down, the eight bars and lounges come alive as perfect venues for socialising, grabbing a cocktail and winding down. There is complimentary broadway-style entertainment at the Main Theater, and a casino for those who like a flutter.
There's no need to go hungry on the Legend of the Seas. The main dining room serves up multi-course meals, and more casual options include such delights as the Windjammer buffet and the Park Cafe.
Specialty dining incurs a small extra charge but adds a big something extra to a special night out. Find gourmet dishes on the Legend of the Seas in Izumi, the Chop's Grille and at the exclusive Chef's Table.
In case this was not the Royal Caribbean ship you were looking for, you can have a look at all the Royal Caribbean cruises to come.