Cruise NewsCarnival Cruise Ship Earns Unique Distinction

Carnival Cruise Ship Earns Unique Distinction

A Carnival Cruise Line’s ship recently earned a unique distinction by traveling the furthest distance, more than 11,000 miles, between two separate ports of call.
Carnival Legend earned the unique distinction within the Carnival Cruise Line fleet when the ship visited Fiordland National Park on New Zealand’s South Island. The port is located more than 11,000 miles from its northernmost port, Reykjavik, Iceland, which it visited in 2013.

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The visit to South Island was part of a recent 10-day cruise from Sydney, part of Carnival Legend’s seasonal program from Down Under.

Carnival Legend has visited more cruise ports in the world than any other Carnival ship. From Airlie Beach, Australia, to Zeebrugge, Belgium, and just about everywhere in between, the ship has now visited an incredible 110 cruise ports.

Carnival Legend, an 88,500 gross ton cruise ship that can carry 2,124 passengers, entered service in 2002.  The ship currently sails a variety of sailings from Sydney, Australia that range from five to 12 nights.

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