Carnival Legend began service in 2001, and was most recently refitted in 2018. At 85,942 GT she carries 2,124 passengers, yet gives the feel of not being particularly crowded.
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|Day||Date||Port of Call||Arrival||Departure|
|1||Friday, August 27, 2021||Dover, Great Britain||Embark||5:00 PM|
Dover, the world’s busiest ferry port, is located in the county of Kent, England, at the extreme SE corner of Britain. It faces France across the narrowest part of the English Channel, 35 km away across the Straits of Dover. Possibly best known for its lyrically famous ‘White Cliffs’, archaeological finds have revealed that the area has always been a focus for peoples entering and leaving Britain, and this continues to this day. This goes some way to explaining why this region in Kent has more than its fair share of castles, stately homes and museums than any other coastal region in the UK. Read more about Dover, Great Britain
|2||Saturday, August 28, 2021||Le Havre, France||7:00 AM||8:00 PM|
Le Havre is a city in the NW of France, situated on the right bank of the mouth of the Seine River and 170 km from Paris. Best known for being the ferry terminal for the English Channel crossings, it should not be quickly dismissed. This city was devastated during WWII, but was rebuilt in modernist style and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005. The innovative use of concrete, blended with the sheer sense of space, with the sea visible at the end of almost every street and open public space and expanses of water at every turn, it can be exhilarating. Read more about Le Havre, France
|3||Sunday, August 29, 2021||At Sea|
|4||Monday, August 30, 2021||La Coruna, Spain||9:00 AM||6:00 PM|
Located in the NW corner of Spain, La Coruna is part of the Spanish autonomous community of Galicia. It’s a region of vast green landscapes with a rich Celtic and Roman heritage that keeps, to this day, a mystic and magic allure. Once protected by walls on three sides and by the sea on the other, the lively streets of the early medieval town with good examples of preserved Romanesque architecture, make for a fascinating visit. The city also offers a variety of modern museums, devoted to fine arts, science, anthropology, and even old clocks. Read more about La Coruna, Spain
|5||Tuesday, August 31, 2021||Oporto, Portugal||8:00 AM||5:00 PM|
Located in the scenic estuary of the Douro River with swathes of vineyards clinging to the hills, Oporto - aka Porto - is Portugal's second largest metropolis, and one of Europe's most charismatic cities. The city is home to monuments by leading world architects from the past and the present, and some fantastic baroque carvings. Then there’s the world-famous sweet wine, and Ribeira - Its historical centre - that was awarded World Heritage status by UNESCO. Understandably, it is considered the economic and cultural heart of the entire region. Read more about Oporto, Portugal
|6||Wednesday, September 1, 2021||Lisbon, Portugal||7:00 AM||4:00 PM|
Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, lies in the western Iberian Peninsula aside the Atlantic Ocean and the Tagus River. As one of the oldest cities in the world, it is rich in Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Modern and Post-Modern constructions. The city is also crossed by historical boulevards and monuments along the main thoroughfares. The Lisbon Coast hosts some fine sandy beaches at Cascais and Estoril and fishing villages like Sesimbra. Read more about Lisbon, Portugal
|7||Thursday, September 2, 2021||Seville, Spain||9:00 AM||4:00 PM|
Seville is the artistic, cultural, and financial capital of southern Spain, and represents all that is Andalucian - flamenco, the horses, toros and more. It is a child of the Arab occupation and domain from which it acquired its flourishing architecture and personality. However it was reconquered by the Catholic kings, so it is not surprising that the city's cathedral, built from 1401–1519 and lavishly decorated with a lot of gold evident, sits on the former site of the city's mosque. It is amongst the largest of all medieval and Gothic cathedrals in terms of both area and volume and is the city’s main attraction. Read more about Seville, Spain
|8||Friday, September 3, 2021||Cartagena, Spain||10:00 AM||6:00 PM|
Cartagena is a Mediterranean city and naval station located in the Region of Murcia, SE Spain. The rich Carthaginian heritage extends as far as the Sea Wall, built by Charles III in the 18th century, and which defines the old quarter. Overlooking the Mediterranean there are two elements that are clearly connected with the sea: the prototype of the submarine by the inventor Isaac Peral; and the National Museum of Maritime Archaeology. The museum is home to the National Centre of Underwater Archaeological Research that highlights aspects of naval construction from ancient times. Read more about Cartagena, Spain
|9||Saturday, September 4, 2021||At Sea|
|10||Sunday, September 5, 2021||Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy||6:00 AM||Disembark|
Rome, the capital, and largest city of Italy, is full of unending possibilities. It can be reached from the port of Civitavecchia in approximately ninety minutes either by train or coach. Rome greets visitors with a multitude of faces, such as the Ancient City with ruins like: the Colosseum; the seven hills; the Roman Forum; and the Sacred Way, the path used for triumphal processions. There is Renaissance Rome, full of winding streets and sun-dappled piazzas, and the Vatican, home to the Pope. Read more about Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy
4K, 4E, 4D, 4C, 4B, 4A, 1A, IS
Size approx.: 185 sq.ft. Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. 3 closets. French Door with obstructed views. View is obstructed by a lifeboat, tender boat and/or steel beam.
Size approx.: 220 sq.ft. Oceanview stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king. Every Carnival guest is assured of spacious, comfortable accommodations. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and TV.
9B, 9A, 8N, 8M, 8K, 8J, 8F, 8E, 8D, 8C, 8B, 8A, 7A, BL
Size approx. 230 sq ft.; Balcony: 85 sq ft. Every Carnival guest is assured of spacious, comfortable accommodations. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and TV. Features 2 twin beds (convert to a king size bed).
GS, VS, OS, JS, ST
Size approx.: 300 sq ft.; Balcony: 115 sq ft. Features: Two twin beds (convert to king), one upper pullman and single sofa bed. Sofa, armchairs and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower/whirlpool tub/bidet/ double sinks. 2 large closets. Walk-in dressing area with vanity table and chair. Private large-size balcony with patio chairs and table.
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