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Seabourn Legend
Seabourn Cruise Line

Built in 1992

10,000 tons
208 passengers (double capacity)
160 crewmembers
Length: 439 feet
Width: 63 feet
Last major renovation 2007/08


Thrust from the ship’s stern when at anchor, Seabourn Legend’s marina allows passengers to enjoy water-skiing, sailing, and wind surfing. Less active guests can get their feet wet swimming in the submersible steel mesh tank or sun bathing on its teak deck.

Seabourn Legend accommodates only 208 guests in 104 suites ranging in size from 277 to 575 square feet.

Nearly half the suites on Seabourn Legend have Riviera-style mini-balconies with doors that open to admit fresh sea breezes.

Seabourn Legend suites feature a living area and bedroom, walk-in closet, television, VCR, personal safe, fully stocked bar, and spacious bathroom with a large vanity.

Tipping is not required on Seabourn Legend.

All dishes are prepared a la minute in the Seabourn Legend’s main open-seating Restaurant and guests enjoy a variety of complimentary wines at lunch and dinner.

Seabourn’s highly inclusive onboard experience provides an array of enhancements to shipboard and shoreside services called Signature Delights, which include complimentary service of spirits, wines, and French champagne throughout every cruise; cuisine designed by celebrity chef Charlie Palmer; free Massage Moments for guests on deck; indulgent Pure Pampering therapeutic bathing selections from Molton Brown; and an Exclusively Seabourn complimentary shore experience on every cruise.

The ships’ indoor/outdoor Veranda Café, located all the way aft overlooking the wake when the ship is underway, is converted each evening into Restaurant 2, serving innovative tasting menus and themed dinners in a casual setting.

The Sky Bar, overlooking the sun deck and whirlpool spas, is a popular gathering spot both day and night, where Sky Grill dinners are occasionally served.

Dinner may be enjoyed in the intimacy of Seabourn Legend suites where guests are served course by course from the elaborate Restaurant menu.

Weather permitting, evening entertainment is often presented “Under the Stars.”

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