Carnival Legend Opens Reservations on 2018 Hawaii, Alaska Cruises

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Carnival Cruise Line has opened reservations on its 2018 Hawaii and Alaska cruises onboard Carnival Legend

Carnival Legend’s 2018 Alaska program will encompass a series of 16 seven-day cruises operating round-trip from Seattle from May 8 to August 21, 2018. Ports of call include Skagway, Juneau, and Ketchikan, Alaska, as well as a full day cruising Tracy Arm Fjord and a day-long stop in Victoria, British Columbia.

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Carnival Legend will also operate a special seven-day Alaska cruise departing Vancouver May 1 and arriving in Seattle May 8, as well as an eight-day Alaska cruise round-trip from Seattle August 28 to September 5, 2018. Carnival Legend’s 2018 Alaska program concludes with an eight-day cruise departing Seattle September 5 and arriving in Vancouver September 13, 2018. A range of shore excursions – from helicopter flightseeing and rainforest canopy tours to hiking, canoeing and kayaking expeditions – are available.

The ship will also offer two 11-day Hawaii cruises – one departing Honolulu April 20 and arriving in Vancouver May 1, 2018, and another departing Vancouver September 13 and arriving in Honolulu September 24, 2018. In addition to an overnight call in Honolulu, both of these cruises visit four spectacular destinations in the Aloha State – Kauai, Maui, Kona, and Hilo.

Carnival Legend is currently in the midst of its summer Alaska season and will offer a similar program in 2017, as well as four Hawaii cruises, Carnival said. 

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