Kuki--I look forward to your on-line reviews--we sailed the Legend twice and loved her for the relaxed atmosphere, open dining, great food and service. The cabins (in Seabournese: suites) aren't half bad either.
She has just recently come out of dry dock and I haven't seen any new reviews, so yours will be very current. Hope you like the smaller Seabourns as much as we do, although you know the Sun is still special to me.
Thanks for the encouragement and the info. I've heard she's pretty freshly out of dry dock refurbishment, and looking forward to the cruise.
Most everyone knows I'm actually a mega ship kind of guy, so it'll be interesting to see how I adjust to 10,000 tons instead of 100,000.
I absolutely loved the dining set up on the Seabourn Sun, where they assigned a table, but you could show up any time during dinner hours. I'm not as sure I'll love the open seating arrangement. But, golly, I'm willing to suffer to try it out..
Sailed on the Legend on the last cruise prior to drydock. A "cruise of a lifetime"!.
Outstanding service, suites, food, and just about everything else. We had nothing but Sunny weather and good times!
Say Hi to Rik and Fidel in the Dining Room for us---tell them the Kruses and Conovers say HI!
Can't wait to visti the Legend again in the near future.
Mr and Mrs. Kuki hope you are all having a blast all is going great and hope to catch up with ya in San Diego :-) Keep us posted Sure you can handle the 20 person casino all by yourself hehe Rix and Heather