Carnival Legend Visited More Ports Than Any Other Ship In The Fleet

Carnival Legend has sailed to just about everywhere and the Spirit class ship has called at more ports than any other ship in the fleet.

The ship has achieved what no other Carnival ship has, by calling at a total of 110 ports around the world. That really is some achievement and congratulations to the vessel. Just recently the ship traveled its furthest ever distance between two separate ports of call.

Carnival Legend has sailed more than 11,000 miles from its northernmost port. The vessel has sailed to its most northern destination of Reykjavik, Iceland, which it visited in 2013 and recently called in Fiordland National Park located on New Zealand’s South Island. The visit to Fiordland was part of a 10-day sailing which departed Sydney, Australia on January 7. Included in the itinerary was visits to the New Zeland capital of Wellington along with Akaroa, Dunedin and Fiordland National Park before arriving back at its homeport on January 17.

At the moment the Carnival Legend is based out of Sydney and sailing a range of itineraries in the region. No doubt the vessel will be adding more miles and destinations to its new found milestone. The 88,500 gross ton ship can carry over 2,100 guests at double occupancy and entered service in 2002.


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