Carnival Legend Achieves Unique Distinction Following Visit to South Island, New Zealand

by Joyce Oliva
Carnival Legend Achieves Unique Distinction Following Visit to South Island, New Zealand

 

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

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.

Suffice to say, Carnival Legend is a truly a globetrotter, visiting more than 110 ports throughout the world – from Airlie Beach, Australia, to Zeebrugge, Belgium, and just about everywhere in between –  more than any other vessel in the Carnival fleet.

 

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