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|3||Embark 4* Carnival Legend from Seattle||00:00||16:00|
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If you’re looking for a cruise vacation that’s a little bit out of the way and a little bit out of the ordinary, make going on an Alaskan cruise your first choice! Alaska is a natural wonder through and through, but the coastal panhandle region Carnival sails to is perhaps the most stunning. On an Alaska cruise you’ll find not only quaint towns and scenic harbor vistas, but the best of nature — including fjords, wildlife and mountains galore.
Carnival cruises from Seattle, Washington, dock at the gates of “Emerald City.” Set on Puget Sound in the shadow of Mt. Rainer, Seattle’s stunning waterfront curves past skyscrapers, historic neighbourhoods, important museums, and the lush, rolling parks that give the city its green nickname. Famous for its hip coffee culture and music scene, this sparkling Pacific Northwest jewel is yours for the taking when you book a cruise from Seattle. Zip up the Space Needle for views over the city’s skyscrapers. Snack on fresh-baked treats at the Pike Place Market. Admire over-sized works of art at the Olympic Sculpture Park. Celebrate the music of native son Jimi Hendrix at the EMP Museum. Fuel up on Seattle’s famous coffee before boarding cruises from Seattle.
Cruise Tracy Arm Fjord
Walk in the footsteps of pioneers and profiteers on Carnival cruises to Skagway. Gold seekers stampeded to the Klondike more than 100 years ago and built Skagway, Alaska, as their lawless outpost of brothels, saloons, and gambling dens. Today, the town is a time capsule from the past, with carefully preserved buildings and streets brimming with history. Live the final chapter of America’s Wild West era on a Skagway cruise. Stroll the boardwalks among historic buildings from the Klondike Gold Rush. Board quaint, antique passenger cars for a breathtaking mountain train ride. Follow the trail of the sourdoughs who risked their lives climbing Chilkoot Pass.
Stupendous ice-capped mountains welcome travelers on cruises to Juneau, Alaska. The capital of the Land of the Midnight Sun, Juneau offers a wide selection of delicious dining and Native art shopping. But Carnival cruises to Juneau also show you the most beautiful setting of any capital city in America, with options for once-in-a-lifetime shore excursions that include walking on glaciers, whale watching, and hikes through the country’s last old growth forests. See Alaska’s history displayed at the state’s leading museums. Touch glacier ice that’s thousands of years old. Stroll beneath the mystic green canopy of a Pacific Coast rainforest.
For more than 100 years, Ketchikan, Alaska, has been the gateway to the North. Ketchikan cruises dock along the famed historic waterfront with the flourishing art scene and spectacular totem poles that have made this former frontier town a popular southern Alaskan port of call. Experience the sights, atmosphere, and excitement of the Last Frontier as soon as you cross the Alaska border on Carnival cruises to Ketchikan. See the most impressive ancient and modern totem poles in Alaska. Catch a demonstration of lumberjacking skills by adroit woodsmen—and women. Visit quaint shops on a historic street that’s actually a dock.
Victoria, British Columbia
Carnival cruises to Victoria, British Columbia call on the genteel provincial capital perched on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. Packed with reminders of its rich British heritage, Victoria is fronted by water, filled with gardens, and backed by mountains. All the finest sights on Victoria cruises are clustered around the Inner Harbour, from a world-class museum, to scenic waterfront parks, and a deliciously decadent setting for afternoon tea. Take afternoon tea at the Fairmont Empress Hotel. See what’s in bloom at Butchart Gardens during your cruise to Victoria, British Columbia. Stroll the trim grounds of the Parliament Buildings. Investigate the elaborate masks of the First Nations at the Royal BC Museum. Wend your way around Inner Harbor past Victoria’s most iconic sights.
Legends are made, not born, and we’ve made Carnival Legend even more deserving of its nameplate. This ship now packs some of the newest, greatest features you’ll find across the fleet.
If you’re looking to discover new legends, flip directly to the RedFrog Pub, featuring not only a mythical mascot, but actual drinks — plus Caribbean atmosphere by the gallon. Your heroic journey down the Green Thunder waterslide is a saga you’ll recount for ages. And Bonsai Sushi proves that you needn’t teach a man to fish for him to enjoy delicacies from the sea.
This ship, which pays tribute to some of the most enduring legends throughout the ages, still features classic Carnival Legend favorites. Take a dip in the Camelot and Avalon pools, wish for fortune at Club Merlin Casino, and taste something savory at Truffles Restaurant. There’s more than one way to dine at Lido Deck’s Unicorn Café, and at The Golden Fleece Steakhouse, the great multi-course meal is no myth.
Music lovers who go for the classics will love Billie’s Piano Bar. Kids will tell and retell their tale of their favorite vacation, spent hanging out and meeting new friends at one of three supervised youth areas. And adults can get lost in a good book, or just one another’s company, at the legendarily kid-free Serenity Adult Only Area… and then dance the night away at Medusa’s Lair Dance Club.
This is one vacation that’ll go down in your history books.