"Carnival LEGEND"
Views and Deck Plans


The sleeker, faster design of the Carnival Legend allows guests to experience all the beautiful destinations of a 10 Day itinerary in only eight days.  And, with 80% of her staterooms featuring ocean views and 80% of those with private balconies, they're sure to be eight of the most fun-filled days of your life.  With all the delicious dining, wide variety of onboard activities and duty-free shopping, this "Fun Ship" has already become a Legend in its own time.

Atrium Main Desk

Follies Auditorium

Truffles Restaurant

Legend's Pool Deck

Every Carnival guest is assured of spacious, comfortable accommodations. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films.

Inside Stateroom
Oceanview Stateroom
Balcony Stateroom


In all, Carnival Legend features twelve passenger decks plus four decks below for machinery and crew spaces.  The Atrium stretches over ten decks.  The Follies main lounge, which is three decks high, seats 1,170 guests.  A new design feature for this 'Spirit-class' ship is the location of the secondary lounge/night club - the Firebird Lounge - underneath the main lounge.  The main Truffles Restaurant, is two decks high and seats altogether some 1,300 guests.  In order to achieve this, the galley was positioned below the restaurant using escalators for service.


Atlantis Lounge


Truffles Restaurant

Billies Piano Bard

Dream Team Lounge

The Golden Fleece is a 'steakhouse'-style supper club located at the top of a soaring ten-deck-high atrium and housed under a red-tinted glass dome that forms the forward portion of the Carnival Legend's massive winged funnel.  The Unicorn Café behind the main pool area is a casual Lido-area has a variety of special dining areas for breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets and 24-hour pizza and ice cream.

Firebird Lounge

Golden Fleece Supper Club

Holmes Library

Unicorn Cafe

Satchmo's Club

Medusa's Liar

There is the two-level health and fitness centre, the Fountain of Youth Spa, four swimming pools, one featuring a retractable dome, five whirlpools, a large casino and more than ten themed bars, lounges and public areas for activities and entertainment. In addition, there is a shopping area, a wedding chapel and large facilities for children and youngsters. There is also a library, a conference centre and a cascading water slide.

Carnival Legend offers 16 lounges and bars with a variety of themes to fit any mood or taste. As you enter the ship, you are greeted by the bar in the nine-deck-high Colossus Atrium, which is dominated by a towering mural of the Colossus of Rhodes. Popular for pre-dinner cocktails, the Odyssey and Atlantis lounges offer quiet, intimate venues with live music and the same Greek neoclassical design elements found in the atrium. Club Merlin Casino, the medieval-themed gaming area has a castle-like atmosphere complete with a suit of armor standing sentinel at the bar and shields bearing crossed swords and a knight's helmet mounted on the walls.

Catch one of two original productions created especially for Carnival Legend in Follies, the main show lounge on Promenade Deck. Recalling the days of the magnificent movie houses of the 1920s, Follies evokes the feeling of an open courtyard in a Mediterranean villa. Arches, turrets and stained-glass chandeliers create an opulent, expansive space while providing excellent sightlines.

Satchmo's Club is a great place to unwind with some soft dance music. Named after legendary trumpeter Louis Armstrong, the club is decorated to resemble an old New Orleans bar with exposed brick, wrought-iron details, ceiling fans, cafe curtains and a false skylight recreating the ambiance of the Big Easy. Adorning the walls are black-and-white photos of Armstrong at different stages of his career. Next door, the Dream Team bar offers plush, overstuffed sofas and comfortable bar stools to provide the perfect vantage points to quaff a brew and catch up on the latest sporting events.

Billie's piano bar is an intimate, art deco-styled club where the piano player is the center of attention and everybody is a crooner. A stylish tribute to blues singer Billie Holiday, the centerpiece of the room is the stainless-steel musical bar lined with notes and a faux 1930s-era oversized microphone decorates each table.

Late-night comedy acts appear in the Firebird Lounge, taking its theme from the old Russian folktale of a talented seamstress from a small village who is turned into a bird by an evil sorcerer, the Firebird is decorated with replica hand-painted Russian lacquered boxes, accented by lamps with frosted glass globes painted on the inside to create a soft glow.

Don't let the giant three-and-a-half foot-high Medusa heads with strands of snake-like hair capped with a snake's head with lighted eyes keep you out of the rocking Medusa's Lair dance club. The wall of closed-circuit televisions flash images from the dance floor mixed with videos and special effects, while the sound system plays the latest dance music and a sophisticated light system makes the Medusa heads appear to move and change expression.


Deck Plans Below:

Deck One
Deck Two
Deck Three
Deck Four
Deck Five
Deck Six
Deck Seven
Deck Eight
Deck Nine
Deck Ten
Deck Eleven
Deck Twelve

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