Royal Caribbean
Legend and Splendour of the Seas
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Ship Size
Inside
Ocean View
Ship
Year Built
GRT
Max Passengers
PSR
Category
Square Feet
Max Occ.
Category Square Feet Max Occ.

Legend of the Seas

Splendour of the Seas

95

96

69,130

2,064

33.5

Q to M

K, L

J

138

149

172

4

4

4

I to F

154

4

Minimum Verandah
Larger Verandahs
Category
Square Feet Total
Square Feet Cabin
Square Feet Verandah
Max Occ.
Category
Square Feet Total
Square Feet Cabin
Square Feet Verandah
Max Occ.

D

231

193

38

4

C

B

311

473

236

357

75

116

4

4

Suites
Category
Square Feet Total
Square Feet Cabin
Square Feet Verandah
Max Occ.

A

AA(family)

Royal

633

600

1175

528

526

1020

105

74

155

4

8

4

The Legend of the Seas in 1995 and her identical twin the Splendour of the Seas in 1996 were the first of Royal Caribbean International's (RCI) new generation of ships and are the roomiest of this series. This generation of premium class ships feature large, luxurious cabins and public rooms and are some of the most beautiful ships afloat.



Both are large ships at 69,130 tons but hold only 2064 passengers. There is plenty of room throughout these gorgeous ships including the stunning atrium. We love the Windjammer Cafe which faces the bow (the "pointy end of the ship" as one of our Norwegian Captains once explained.) It is a great place to eat, relax and watch the world float by.



There is also a two-story dining room with huge walls of glass and a curved staircase that wraps around a grand piano. It doesn't get any more luxurious than this. Some of the ultra-luxury ships may get slightly higher ratings because they serve three brands of caviar, but none of them have stunning two-story dining rooms like these!



There is even an 18-hole golf course (yes, it's a miniature golf course), with each hole designed to match a famous real golf course on the Legend and Splendour. For a small fee you can golf all week long. People love it.




The Solarium is the ultimate swimming pool with a retractable roof, fountains and columns that look like a Roman bath.







There is a very large children's center on each ship. It is a special place with supervised fun for your kids, while Mom & Dad get some time for themselves. There are extensive activities planned for the kids throughout your cruise.





The kids have a ball on board. The trained counselors are terrific.




Teens have their own large private club just for teens, which is the way they like it.


Cabins

The verandah cabins are large and luxurious with your own private balcony. You can go outside anytime you wish from the privacy of your room. This is the top rated new feature of the new generation cruise lines. All the top new ships have a large number of cabins with verandahs because they are so popular. Verandah cabins cost only a few hundred dollars per person more than an inside cabin, an incredible bargain! It is our favorite cabin category. The larger Category C is shown below:






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