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Carnival a Legend in North and South
Carnival Legend is fast becoming Carnival Cruise Line's most adventurous and well-travelled ship.
Following her inaugural New Zealand sailing last week, the 88,500-tonne ship has now travelled the furthest south of any Carnival ship, achieving the milestone during scenic cruising of Fiordland National Park. The 10-day roundtrip cruise from Sydney included the cruise line's first calls to the South Island.

Carnival Legend already had the title of travelling the furthest north when she visited Greenland in 2013.

In addition, the cruise line has revealed that the intrepid ship has visited more countries and continents than any other in Carnival's 25-ship fleet.
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