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LEGEND March 20-30,2015 REVIEW w/lots of photos

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Hey CC family!

 

I just got off of Legend's final Caribbean itinerary... likely forever for RCI. Once Legend completes it's 3 Panama Canal sailings and heads off to Asia/Oz, I feel she will be gone from North America forever, never to return and she may follow the path of Splendour being sold off within the next couple of years. I guess this review will be more so for the Oz/Asian contingent on this forum so they can see what they can expect.

 

I came back to a monster 12 hour workday yesterday :eek::eek: and photobucket is super slow this morning, so bare with me as I try to get my photos prepared to share with you all over the week ahead. I going to stick more so with the ship rather than the ports of call this time, and hopefully I can do proud DarthGrady, LMaxwell, Trainman and many others who have provided superb reviews and info about Legend in the past.

 

Here are a couple of teaser photos for now, the 1st above from St Thomas (Havensite pier), and secondly the view of St Thomas from my aft D1 stateroom 6628. Stay tuned! :D

 

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I can't wait for the rest of your review. We are on the Ensenada to Honolulu trip in six weeks.

 

Paul

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Look forward to reading your review regarding the Legend as we are booked on her from Hong Kong to Brisbane in November :)

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Hello CC friends,

 

I do apologize for the delay. Another 12 hr work day yesterday and it doesn't look like I'll have any relief today or through the weekend either. Pls be patient with me and hang in there. The photo review will be heavy on day 1 when I do my traditional walk all over the ship before the crowds gather, so much of the first day will be pics with little commentary. As I go through the days on board I'll comment on things like Chops, Izumi's, the staff, bar service, ship condition, DL/CL, etc. If you have any specific questions, fire away and ask... when I log in this evening I'll try to the best I can to answer.

 

Here's a few pics to keep you going for now. Thx everyone! :)

 

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Looking forward to your review, we'll be on her in September.

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Let me start off by saying that I was really interested in seeing how I felt throughout this cruise having just come off an extremely memorable Quantum sailing. I truly hope Merion_Mom sees this review as well and chimes in the odd time as she sailed Legend a couple of days after getting off of Quantum, and then got back and Quantum a month'ish later again... so the contrast/comparisons are very vivid and likely some different views being a more experienced cruiser than me.

 

As a side note, 3 yrs ago I did Liberty b2b with Majesty and had a blast with the downsize of ships and different experience... In 2013 I went from Oasis down to both Rhapsody and Vision a few months later, again great experiences. I must say this sailing had me reminiscing about Quantum and some of my other sailings. Not that is was bad cruise, don't get me wrong.... I can equate my cruises like pizza!... you know, pizza is always pretty damn good. Even when it's not the best ever it still does the trick for a fix. Then every once in a while you try a new pizza from a new place and it's "the best ever". So this cruise wasn't that "best ever" but it was good nonetheless.

 

I arrived a Terminal 18 (Oasis Terminal) as that's where Legend was docked at approximately 10:45am... pretty much empty and we walked right in up up the gangway.

 

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Seriously, from curb handing over luggage to the porters and standing inside deck 4 in the Centrum was maybe 15 minutes tops... and of course the second I walked past the greeters, drink package desk, etc I took my first photo looking up at the Centrum

 

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I was in my happy place, I was home. And as always, I was on a mission!!! It was go time to walk around all the public spaces of the ship and explore before all the crowds get in. So since I was staring directly at the R-Bar on deck 4 at the bottom of the Centrum those were my first few shots as I began my ship tour.

 

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Entering the ship on deck 4 port side, on this side is also the entry from the Centrum through to the Schooner Bar. Here you'll find all of your daily trivia which was heavily attended on this sailing with several being standing room only. I did not hang out much here at all, and the piano player was not as well attended as some of the other sailings I've witnessed. This Schooner Bar is definitely smaller and shaped differently than even Vision/Rhapsody and there are quite a few differences as you walk around the ship with her larger sisters.

 

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Through the Schooner Bar you go and you enter into the Casino Royale... My pictures don't do it justice, in fact I feel my pictures on this cruise aren't as good as my last couple of reviews which I'm really proud of so I hope you still enjoy them. Back to the Casino. Here I'm standing with my back facing the Schooner bar entry

 

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Heading forward and out of the the Casino you enter into the forward elevator and stairwell landing in front of the "That's Entertainment" Theatre. I have tons of photos of various artwork and the hallways just to remember the public spaces, how the landings looked, etc so I won't bore you with that... let's get right into the theatre. Like Majesty, this theatre is a non-balcony theatre. The site lines are great from afar as well as in front. I also sat to the side one evening and thought to myself how excellent the seating is, but beware... the sound on the side was beyond horrible. Going back to dead center did the trick the next night so there's my first tip for those of you who enjoy your nightly shows.

 

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The theatre's sound man came down to ask us to leave as they were about to do some technical tests, so we quickly left as I taken the few photos I was after. I headed out to deck 4 starboard to check out the viewpoint and size of the deck. I can tell you there were a couple of sea days I went down there late in the afternoon and I was surprised to see all the chairs and loungers were packed, so many fellow cruisers enjoyed this deck and being so close to the water.

 

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Entering back into deck 4 I walked past the bank of elevators from starboard to port, and went back through the Casino towards the Centrum. If you check the deck plans, you'll see this port side of the Casino stretches all the way through to the Centrum whereas starboard is cut off by the Schooner Bar. I found it much much easier to navigate through the Schooner Bar after shows... and even easier yet to head out onto deck 4 outside and then back in at the Centrum. Another surprise: I can actually breathe in this casino! I was not smoked out everytime I walked through so that was a great thing.

 

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Your review is getting me excited to go on the cruise, even more than I already was. I also read your Quantum review. Before that review, I wasn't even thinking about a Quantum sailing. Keep the pics coming!

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I have nothing but good things to say about the MDR service and quality here on Legend!

 

Making my way out of the casino and through the Centrum to the bottom level of Romeo & Juliet Dining Room, I really enjoyed to look and feel of this dining room better than both Vision & Rhapsody, it seemed more open/airy and had a great design against the windows on top level deck 5 with balconies facing the windows. I had MTD and dined early for the most part, with great views as the sun was setting even though I was never seating right against the window. The lighting even when it got darker was great in the room as well.

 

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All except once, I had Sunil and Cherylee as my waiter/assistant waiters at table 88 deck 4 of MTD... first class service. There was not one dinner that was more than 1 1/2 hours, water glass always filled, empty plates not left in front of me more than a couple of minutes. Head waiter Aysun from Turkey was also superb, got to know her well enough through the cruise and in the Windjammer as well... awesome service, always talking to people and her staff.

 

I also wish to mention that like my Serenade cruise in Sept where I raved about the MDR quality, here on Legend the MDR quality was also excellent. Is Royal listening to our wants/needs regarding the "lack" of dinner quality the last few years?? Maybe! I payed close attention to the appies and entrees, not one did I feel it lacked or deserved only an average rating. Kudos to the Culinary staff and Hotel Director.

 

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Leaving The Romeo & Juliet Dining Room from deck 5, we walked through the Centrum and right past Guest services. There were many people so I didn't feel the need to take photos at this time, nor of the excursion desk on the other side (also with a line-up) so I went directly around to the other side and the entrance of the Shops on Board. Here looking into the Centrum is this really cool globe. I should've asked more about this artwork but I never did.

 

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And below I am facing into the Shops area with that globe & the Centrum behind me. I tell ya, this place was a zoo a couple of times with the "sales" lol! Hell, even I bought a few things at the $10 sale!!! Actually they had a buy 4 get one free so ended up with 3 new ties I had never seen on any other ship plus 2 belts for $40... not bad. The watch sales were standard, as were the t-shirts.

 

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There's some great "classic" artwork on this ship rather than the newer more abstract type you see on the newer ships. Here's just a sample... lots of canvass, oils, sculptures, etc

 

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Your review is getting me excited to go on the cruise, even more than I already was. I also read your Quantum review. Before that review, I wasn't even thinking about a Quantum sailing. Keep the pics coming!

 

Your welcome.... tons more coming!! And to all of you who have already posted, thank you for your kind words. Hope you all enjoy :D

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Heading up the stairs from deck 5 to deck 6, here's a view of the Centrum and elevator areas that you'll see on each deck. Directly ahead you see a small deck which has a view into the Centrum, to my right and left would be entries into the cabin hallways

 

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And here you can see my gf placing here finger on the right side of the photo where our cabin is, 6628 aft D1 balcony!!!! More on this later...

 

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Looking back where I had just walked from towards the staircase, and the second photo looking directly ahead into the Cebtrum... deck 4 R-Bar at bottom, deck 5 with the globe center (excursion desk line-up left) and deck 6 straight ahead where the photo studio is

 

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I walked past Cafe Latitudes & the Library without a photo as again there were many cruisers hanging out waiting for cabins to be opened up, and made my way around the Centrum to the photo shop

 

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We decided that we'd try to get to our cabin... it was about 12:45, but the hallways firedoors were closed. In fact, we didn't get to our staterooms until 1:45pm as they had coast guard on board this morning for an inspection. When entering the terminal we were handed a paper that said we may have a delayed boarding but we got on right away thankfully, however I guess staffing was an issue fir the inspection so staterooms were delayed... no worries, onward and forward with the ship tour!

 

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Thanks for this! We board Legend on the 14th & this is just what I needed to keep me going until it's time to pack & head to the airport............

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Making our way up the decks, we arrive at deck 8 to get a quick glimpse of RC Online and the Loyalty & Future Cruise Desk on the port side

 

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And here I took a shot both up at the Centrum aerial apparatus as well as down into the Centrum

 

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Thanks for this! We board Legend on the 14th & this is just what I needed to keep me going until it's time to pack & head to the airport............

 

You're doing the Canal Phoenix? I'm jealous... My bucket list was Jewel this coming year through the PC until RCI did what I feel that questionable re-deployment of EoS to Alaska instead of Jewel through the PC... no Canal transits at all by Royal 2016/17!!! :confused::(

 

Take note of the next few photos as I get to the aft of the ship past the Solarium... I figure an absolutely perfect place to hang out and soak the rays as you go through the locks and Gatun Lake deck 9 aft behind the Spa/gym :D:D

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Thanks so much, its so refreshing to have another review with a different approach, although all the reviews, Darth and others have been wonderful. I like yours!

 

This is really getting my juices flowing!:eek: So ready to cruise!!:rolleyes:

Can't wait to see more....again

 

Thx!

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Looking at your pictures of the Legend brought back some fond memories and some not so fond.

 

I took my first RCL cruise 5/5/2012 on the Oasis as a Gold member and after having one of those "free" kimmelweck roast beef sandwiches at the Park Café I was hooked.

 

3 hours later we wound up booking a GS on the Indy 2/21/2013, but alas no Park Café - no roast beef sandwich - bummer - rookie mistake - thought all ships had the same things.

 

So 9/21/2013 back on the Oasis in a GS (platinum now) and I get my roast beef sandwich and all is right with the world once again.

 

Then I looked what I paid for the cruise and that "free" delicious roast beef sandwich got very expensive. (You can tell that at this time I didn't book these cruises - my honey of 13 years did the honors.

 

So we did 3 more GS cruises in Dec & Feb on the Indy and my honey says we can do a 10 night Southern Caribbean GS cruise on the Legend for 1/2 the price of a 7 day cruise on the Oasis and they have a Park Café so you can get that sandwich you like.

 

Great

 

So, on 3/17/2013 we head out on the Legend (diamond now)

 

Then some bad things started to happen.

 

Did not have water in our GS for 3 of the first 4 days and had to shower in the Spa, naturally missing the first formal night, which my honey was really pschyed to attend for dinner and pictures.

 

Since RCL knew that when we boarded the ship there was no water we started getting the royal treatment - meeting all the officers Derrick (head of guest rooms, Dominique head of all the restaurants and Captain Hansen.)

 

Luca, the CL concierge, arranged for us to have dinner in Chops gratis for not being able to attend formal night - met his fiancé, which is now his wife (Carolina) who was doing promotions for future cruises.

 

Dominique had the waiters falling all over us for breakfast & lunch (deck 5 on sea days) and the MDR with a table for two us (actually a 4 top) right below the Captain's table.

 

Captain Hansen's Birthday was on March 15th so he invited us along with 6 other passengers (4 Pinnacles & 2Diamond+ that were the son and daughter in-law of another Pinnacle.) Now my honey loved this, but I'm not into 2 1/2-3 hour dinners, no matter how great they are. As a smoker this is too long, so I had to check the weather for the Captain a few times in between course.

 

The only reason we were at that table was because of the plumbing problems on that ship. The Legend is OLD - with matching infrastructure.

 

With no promenade you are not going to get a cup of coffee without calling room service. The Park Café in the Solarium was supposed to be open to midnight, which means they closed at ten of the hour.

 

Oh, and that roast beef sandwich that was the hook to get me on the cruise. Different beef (think very, very grizzly), different aus jus and different roll. Wasn't a happy camper.

 

But then the good again. Stopped into the casino (very, very small with limited table games) to kill about 1/2 hour. Sat down at the Caribbean stud with a new dealer who just came on from Romania. Long story short. 3rd hand she deals me a straight flush and I recover $2200 after tip and I was gone in a flash.

 

Unfortunately the bad again. When we departed the ship our flight back to D.C. was canceled and we had to stay an extra day in FLL. Not that that is so bad, except my honey said for me to make the arrangements for our return.

 

Evidently, I did pretty bad. We haven't talked in person to one another since and I've been on 16 solo cruises since then, with 2 more scheduled next month.

 

None have been or will be on the Legend.

 

None have been or will be in a GS.

 

You'll have to use your imagination as to why not.

 

But the good news in all this is - even if you have a "bad" cruise it is still a GOOD cruise and I'm more hooked on cruising now than ever and it's not because of that damned "free" sandwich , which I truly did love.

 

Sorry for diversion, but it was the picture of the Caribbean stud table that brought back a flood of memories and I just typed away.

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Up the stairs to deck 9 you reach the very extensive wall of fame for the Legend with 4 full walls commemorating Legend's first calls into the many ports she has visited over the years. Legend has logged the most miles of any RCL ship in the fleet and has visited the most varied amount of ports in her travels as well.

 

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On either side of these walls are the equal sized DL and CL. I would see these later as I was eager to see the Solarium and outdoor aft areas of the ship. So off the the Solarium I went... I loved the feel of this Solarium, a beautiful space. Because I'm a sun/tanning guy, I barely spent any time here at all during this cruise (we enjoyed mostly 80 degree weather every day except the final day) but I would've enjoyed this area in any foul weather.

 

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***CHAIR HOG ALERT!!!! I hit the gym and jogged every sea day morning... towels were proudly out displaying their "entitled reserved for the entire day" as early as 7am. Because I never hung out here I don't know whether there was any enforcement, but on pool deck there was with the pool deck staff regularily going around and removing towels. Truthfully, I never saw anyone get mad, nor did I see anyone reserve and leave loungers empty for hours on end, so kudos to all my fellow cruisers out at pool deck.

 

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You're doing the Canal Phoenix? I'm jealous... My bucket list was Jewel this coming year through the PC until RCI did what I feel that questionable re-deployment of EoS to Alaska instead of Jewel through the PC... no Canal transits at all by Royal 2016/17!!! :confused::(

 

Take note of the next few photos as I get to the aft of the ship past the Solarium... I figure an absolutely perfect place to hang out and soak the rays as you go through the locks and Gatun Lake deck 9 aft behind the Spa/gym :D:D

 

This is our second trip on Legend doing this cruise. We were on the last PC cruise she did in '99 before she headed to Europe & eventually Australia for the millennium. It's a great trip. Make sure you do whatever you have to to cross it off that list..........

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The Park Cafe is located here within the Centrum, All the familiar favorites are available as per all the other Park Cafe's in the fleet (breakfast burritos/grits/oatmeal/yogurt for breakfast, roast beef sandwiches/made to order salads/soups/etc at lunch). I agree with mattpro's post that the Kimmelweck sandwiches weren't the best I've ever had. In fact I didn't dine much here as the Windjammer on Legend was awesome!!!

 

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The staff was asked at the Capt's Corner I believe if the Solarium roof is ever opened, and the reply was once per year for the purpose of a test to ensure it still functions. Have any of you previous Legend cruisers seen the roof opened?

 

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The double story glass windows in the dining room on Legend are just beautiful. Wonderful sea views throughout this ship in many of the venues.

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To get to the gym, you have to go through the Solarium on the port side and enter the front entrance of the spa. You can also get to the gym by going up on deck 10 past the Legend's Links mini golf, down the stairs to the aft deck and through the the gym from the back door... more on this soon

 

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The gym is very small in comparison to even Vision or Rhapsody, again another visual sign that this is a smaller ship than her sisters. I never found it busy with people waiting, but if you count the number of machines in the photos for 1800 passengers I would expect there would be the odd sailing with more gym rats that would suffer a line-up to use the equipment.

 

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The double story glass windows in the dining room on Legend are just beautiful.

 

Agreed... I felt in the MDR view kind of like Quantum's Two70, albeit Two70 windows are even double the height of Legend's and wrap around.

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I had already known about this aft area by seeing pictures provided by both DarthGrady and LMaxwell (nice segue hey LMax? hehe). So heading out of the back door of the gym you enter onto the aft "sports" deck. Obviously no volleyball or the like played here, it's primarily a regular lounger/sunbathing deck. Take note of the stairs at the far right of the 2nd picture below behind the gentlemen walking across....

 

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For the most part, this area was used by sun bathers wanting quiet away from the more hectic pool deck, but in the mornings the fitness staff ran stretch/yoga class out there as well as the spinning classes. I did my streches/abs out there too, a super nice luxury with the aft view and being outdoors. From here you get your first vantage point looking back at the ship to top deck and the rock wall as well as down to the aft of the ship

 

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In the 2nd picture above, you see in the far right a set of stairs that head up to deck 10. Here we are in the pictures below, and with a view back down at the "sports" deck with a great view

 

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And here we are on deck 10 aft, just opposite to the top of those stairs that head down to the gym and aft sports deck. Here's the entry to Legend's Links mini golf (9 hole) and a great view of the back of the ship.

 

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I don't ever remember seeing this sign on the other ships, not that I made a point of looking for it, but you can buy socks to climb the wall if you need to.

 

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Yep, I made it to the top and rang the bell (I have proof with a pic!!! lol).... this wall is so very much smaller than anything on Voyager Class and above, took under a 60 seconds to get to the top. I went up twice but didn't challenge myself on the the more difficult coloured paths... I just wanted to say that I conquered the wall on this ship

 

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Here's a few more pics of Legend's Links as I walk over to the starboard side heading forward. The 2nd photo below gives a really good perspective of how tight the jogging track and shuffle board area are to the the railings in comparison to the newer/larger ships

 

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Just past Legend's Links, and in between Links and the Solarium is what I consider a huge waste of space as a deck full of rarely used loungers in the middle of nowhere. I thought this was an odd space, hardly anyone ever there. Also, the windows looking down into the Solarium were filthy, but this photo below came out really well and shows an excellent perspective of the Solarium from above.

 

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And finally making my way forward on the port side, the pic below shows a great perspective of the Solarium roof and again the tight space of railing/jogging track. The stairs up to the Viking Crown on both sides are both closed off and now dead ends as they both enter into crew area of Chops now. There's not much an advantage or use of being up there even for views of sailaway for example, so I never once saw anyone up there.

 

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Breaking it here for the evening... g'night everyone

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Thank you very much for taking the time to post this review. I love the pictures.

 

Paul

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Thanks for the memories! We sailed her Februray. Loved the aft deck that almost no one knew about until about the 3rd day. Just whets the appetite for more.

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