Tracey Arm Fjord
Cruise through Tracey Arm Fjord, a narrow sea passage between two incredibly huge glaciers. Sit back and relax as you cruise through the icy sculptures and past sparking waterfalls. Let the fresh crisp air clear your mind and free your soul. You'll be wondering, why in the fjord didn't I do this sooner?
Nestled at the northernmost reaches of the Inside Passage, the streets are lined with wooden boardwalks and restored buildings, looking much as they did 100 years ago. And one of the absolute best parts about Skagway is the people. While the year round population may be small, they are big in character! Make sure to take a moment to stop by one Skagway’s museums, eateries or local businesses and chat with a Skagwegian. They are some of the friendliest people you will ever meet with plenty of great stories and they are all very proud of our town
It stands on one of the largest wilderness areas in the United States. Here you can spend your time viewing wildlife, taking the fishing trip of your life, exploring atop glaciers or enjoying the city’s shops, restaurants and artistic flare. Juneau's most popular attraction (and the most easily accessible Alaska glacier) is the mighty, magnificent Mendenhall Glacier , located just 13 miles from downtown Juneau and only a few minutes from the airport. If you're ready to take a walk on the "wild" side, Juneau has some of the most spectacular wildlife viewing in the world. You can get up close to whales, bears, seals, eagles, and even goats on a variety of local wildlife tours. To really experience Alaska, it’s best to get out and explore it on foot, or even better; on the back of sleigh with sled dogs! Juneau boasts more than 250 miles of hiking trails, so there are plenty of opportunities for hikers of all skill levels to get up close and personal with the area’s mountains, forests, meadows, and mining ruins.
Ketchikan, Alaska is truly the beginning of the last frontier. Set at the southernmost entrance to Alaska's famed Inside Passage—a network of waterways that snake through some of the most jaw-droppingly beautiful wilderness in the world—Ketchikan is best known for three things: feisty salmon, idyllic scenery, and an incredibly rich Alaska Native culture. The rich cultural history of Ketchikan is palpable just about anywhere you go in town. From the waterfront, home to George Inlet Cannery and the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show, to Creek Street, where loggers, miners, fishermen and other local miscreants went to misbehave at Dolly’s House back in the town’s lawless years. Ketchikan boasts the largest number of totem poles in Alaska, a collection that includes recently carved poles and some that are more than 100 years old. The Totem Heritage Center, which offers classes in Native arts, houses a large collection of Native artifacts, including several ancient totem poles, cedar bark baskets, beaded regalia, button robes, and other beautifully hand-crafted works of art.
A beautiful inner harbour nestled beside a city with historic landmarks and architecture, manicured gardens, friendly locals, eclectic neighbourhoods and Pacific Northwest nature at every turn. The minute you arrive, you’ll understand. Let us show you why. With the mildest climate in Canada, and rugged coastline and nature at every turn, Victoria is the ideal outdoor playground. Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie, a water baby or just looking for a casual stroll, our great outdoors has something for everyone! Easily explorable. Endlessly entertaining. Few places are as full of life as Victoria. Strongly tied to the land and sea, the oldest city in the Pacific Northwest proudly offers everything a friendly, exciting and welcoming destination should. Escape your everyday with scenic Inner Harbour strolls, centuries-old historical sites, superb local coastal cuisine, and a thriving arts and cultural scene. Victoria is the ideal year-round playground for outdoor adventure enthusiasts!
Legends are made, not born... and over time, this ship has become even more deserving of its nameplate. Let’s discover some of the secrets of Carnival Legend.
If you’re out to find 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. Bonsai Sushi proves that you needn’t teach a man to fish for him to enjoy delicacies from the sea. And once you’ve had a look — not to mention a taste — at the certifiable cocktail magic of Alchemy Bar, you still may not believe your eyes.
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, including handmade faves at Guy’s Burger Joint and fresh taco-burrito goodness at BlueIguana Cantina. And of course there’s The Golden Fleece Steakhouse, where the great multi-course meal is no myth.
Music lovers who go for the classics will love Billie’s Piano Bar. Anyone with a move in their groove will find Lip Sync Battle: Carnival the place to let it out. 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. Activities on Carnival Legend? Nothing short of legendary.
For a cruise vacation that’s sure to go down in your history books, turn to Carnival Legend.
Tue 04 Jun SEATTLE, WA 4:00PM DOCK
Wed 05 Jun FUN DAY AT SEA
Thu 06 Jun CRUISE TRACY ARM FJORD DOCK
Fri 07 Jun SKAGWAY, AK 7:00AM 8:00PM DOCK
Sat 08 Jun JUNEAU, AK 7:00AM 3:00PM DOCK
Sun 09 Jun KETCHIKAN, AK 7:00AM 1:00PM DOCK
Mon 10 Jun VICTORIA, BC, CANADA 7:30PM 11:59PM DOCK
Tue 11 Jun SEATTLE, WA 7:00AM DOCK