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Legend of the Seas Borneo Cruise March 2013 Picture Review

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We are having our breakfast in the MDR of the Legend of the Seas, waiting our turn to disembark in Singapore.

 

Stay tuned to this thread for my picture review.

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Here we go.

 

These were taken this morning (23 March 2013), at disembarkation, from the cruise terminal.

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See the balconies just above the orange life-boats. I believe those were added during the 1 month dry-dock in Singapore. (Sembawang Shipyard)

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Now, to Day 1 of the cruise. Saturday, 16 March 2013.

 

Picture of the Marina Bay Cruise Terminal from the taxi, as we were approaching. Two ships in port, Legend of the Seas as well as another unidentified ship from this point. Take a guess. (Shouldn't be too difficult to guess which cruise line)

 

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Unfortunately, there were long lines at check-in. The lines moved slowly even though so many counters were opened. It turned out that each check-in took a long time because we had to complete many immigration forms for the various ports of call. Fortunately we were in the C&A priority queue and that moved much more quickly.

 

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After checking in and getting our sea pass cards (remember to ask for your C&A WOW cards, they forgot to give to my parents), immigration was very smooth and we got onboard the ship at 1145hrs.

 

Centrum

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This décor looks new.

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After boarding, we walked through the Centrum and through the Schooner Bar before coming to an area where they collected our passports. This was the Schooner Bar – Progressive Trivia was held here.

 

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I found these touchscreen boards to be most useful to check out the Cruise Compass. However, many people touch them. They could potentially be a source of infection. So, please be ultra vigilant with hand-washing.

 

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Although this was a school holiday week in Singapore, there were relatively few children, less than 100 under the ages of 18 apparently. Still, Adventure Ocean was fairly busy.

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Great photos, we are booked on her and have been wanting to see photos of the Legend!! Have you any of the cabins?

Thanks!!:)

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Great photos, we are booked on her and have been wanting to see photos of the Legend!! Have you any of the cabins?

Thanks!!:)

 

Thanks for letting me know.

 

I've got many, many more photos and will do my best to upload them over the next couple of days.

 

Most happy to share with fellow Cruise Critic forum members.

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We were at Deck 5 and walked into the Main Dining Room. This is the view of the Deck 4 MDR area. They were serving lunch in MDR on embarkation day.

 

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Thanks for posting your great photos. We're sailing on Splendour later this year which I believe is a sister ship of Legend and has received similar revitalization.

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They set up a small table outside the MDR, selling the Chef’s Dining Package. It was USD 115 for Chef’s Table, Chops Grille and Izumi ($20 USD credit). This was one of the highlights of our cruise. We had booked and paid for the package online, even before embarkation.

 

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Singapore, from the front of the Windjammer. WJ is on Deck 9 Forward, on the Vision class ships.

 

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The lady looked so small beside that chunk of meat. Don’t underestimate woman power, look at how she utilizes those tools. Quite a sight.

 

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The indoor air-conditioned seating area for WJ on the Legend was rather small. It was often full. There was plenty of outdoor seating, but the weather in South East Asia is rather hot and humid. Hence, almost everybody tried to get a seat indoor.

 

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This is wonderful!!! Thank you so much for posting all of the photos. We have been searching and searching for post revitalization photos of Legend.

 

Thanks for posting your great photos. We're sailing on Splendour later this year which I believe is a sister ship of Legend and has received similar revitalization.

 

We were on Splendour in October--she is lovely. I bet you will have a great time.

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Thanks for posting your great photos. We're sailing on Splendour later this year which I believe is a sister ship of Legend and has received similar revitalization.

 

Thanks for your note.

 

Hope you have a great cruise!

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This is wonderful!!! Thank you so much for posting all of the photos. We have been searching and searching for post revitalization photos of Legend.

 

Glad you are liking the review so far.

 

Many more pictures to come.

 

Stay tuned!

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Some pictures of the sun deck. Now, the sun is rather intense in South East Asia.

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The other ship in port was from Costa. Not sure which ship though.

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