The Legend of the Seas will be spending the summer months sailing around the hotspots of Asia from home ports such as Tianjin in Beijing and Dalian. The Legend of the Seas joins the Voyager, Mariner and Ovation for what promises to be a massive summer of cruising for the Asian market. The Legend has eleven decks of entertainment including Broadway style shows and live music. This ship has a gross tonnage of 70,000 and a cruising speed of 22 knots.
Legend of the Seas Features
Like all the Royal Caribbean ships you'll find a host of features onboard starting including the Vitaly Spa with its extensive treatment menu, a top of the range fitness centre so you can burn of all your excess eating, two pools and four whirlpools with the outside poolside movie screen. You'll also find shipwide WiFi and digital signs to help you find your way around. Are you adventurous when on holiday? Then head to the rock climbing wall and get yourself to the top to experience a view that very few have witnessed before. The Legend of the Seas is a very family friendly offering a wide range of childrens clubs for all ages upto 17 years of age. For your evening entertainment witness some glitz and glamour in the shape of broadway style entertainment in the main theatre, a huge Vegas Style Casino Royale with 117 slots and 17 tables and don't forget the duty free shopping onboard too.
Legend of the Seas Cuisine
You'll find the Main Dining Room is still a formal favourite offering the traditional first and second dining times, or as an alternative you can head over to the Windjammer buffet which also offers superb informal meals for everyone. The usual favourites can now be found onboard too with the addition of a la carte restaurants such as Izumi Restaurant an Asian fusion of food featuring fantastic sushi selections. For those with a sweet tooth you can find some frozen treats at the Ben & Jerrys Ice Cream parlour.