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    Carnival Legend departs Tampa for transatlantic cruise. Who's been on the Legend?

    Carnival Legend departed Tampa yesterday on a 15-day trans-Atlantic crossing that will end in Barcelona on April 22, 2013, positioning the vessel for a summer schedule of 12-day European voyages, including the line’s first-ever Norwegian fjords cruise and its first extended program from the UK.

    Carnival Legend will operate the company’s most diverse European schedule ever, encompassing 12-day voyages to Norway/Western Europe, the British Isles and the Baltic departing from Dover (London), along with 12-day Mediterranean cruises departing from Venice, Barcelona and Dover April 22 to September 13, 2013.

    Following its European schedule, Carnival Legend will operate a one-of-a-kind 15-day trans-Atlantic crossing from London (Dover) to New York Sept. 25 – Oct. 10, 2013, calling at Dublin, Ireland; Glasgow (Greenock), Scotland; Belfast (Northern Ireland); Reykjavik, Iceland; Qaqortoq, Greenland; and St. John’s, Newfoundland (Canada).

    Carnival Legend will resume its regular seven-day western Caribbean rotation from Tampa beginning Nov. 3, 2013.

    Source: Carnival Cruise Lines

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    Had one of our most memorable ones aboard Carnival Legend. They still had dancing in the steakhouse back then and there was a wonderful combo playing every night. One night they had the past passenger get together and pulled out invite out of the hat and the Capt gave us a bottle of Pierre-Joiet champagne in the floral bottle....and it was our anniversary night. We went to the steakhouse for dinner and it turned out we were seated near where the Capt and his officers came to dine that night. He offered us a "Bon Appetit" toast! What a great time. Also, back then, the area on the deck on the roof above the steakhouse was tops optional.

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    JohnG I have been on several Carnival cruise ships that had the topless deck. The funny thing was there were more men up there trying to see something then there were woman LOL.It was funny watching the men come walking down the steps with a disappointed look on their face.

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    We would commonly spend time up on the tops-optional deck when they were available simply because it was quiet and kid-free! One time we did catch a friend of ours “reading” a book upside down while a couple of dancers were working on their tans though… :rolleyes2:

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