Carnival Legend is preparing for its huge multi Million dollar makeover during an upcoming dry dock this May. The Carnival cruise ship will be ready for another summer season in the northern hemisphere after sailing down under.

Carnival Legend Departs Australia

The Spirit class Carnival ship departed Sydney, Australia on April 3 to reposition for another season sailing Alaska. It isn’t like any other repositioning because this time the vessel will be undergoing a major refurbishment in Portland, Oregon in May.

The ships final season sailing from down under is lasting for 15-nights ending in Honolulu, Hawaii on April 20, 2018. From Hawaii, Carnival Legend will sail an 11-night cruise ending in Vancouver, Canada on May 1. After that, the ship will head for a dry dock to receive the updates.

Carnival Legend Makeover

The ships major dry dock will be complete before the Alaskan season starts on May 15, 2018. Carnival Legend will get all the very latest FUN 2.0 upgrades which can already be found on many ships in the fleet.

In addition to the newly added spaces, there will be technical upgrades and enhancements to general decor and cabins. Usually, in dry dock cruise ships will also get a new coat of paint on the hull. The cruise line will release further details in the coming weeks.

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Return to Australia

After sailing in Alaska the Carnival cruise ship will make a return down under. The ship will depart Honolulu on September 24, 2018, on an 18-day voyage including calls in Papeete, Moorea and Bora Bora. Cruises from Australia will begin on October 13, 2018. The ship is 86,000 gross tons with a guest capacity of over 2,100.