Legend of the Seas - Quebec to San Diego

 

3rd Nov 2014 Quebec City  

Perched on top of the rocky cliffs at the confluence of the Saint Charles and Saint Lawrence Rivers, Quebec City lies at the heart of French Canada. The European atmosphere, historic character, and old-world charm of this vibrant city come alive as you walk in its narrow cobblestone alleyways past the stone houses and churches of the old city. See the beautiful granite Basilica of St-Anne-de-Beaupre before visiting the breathtaking Montmorency Falls, where the Montmorency River cascades over a 272-foot cliff before emptying into the St. Lawrence.
4th Nov 2014 Quebec City Depart 18:00
 
5th Nov 2014 Cruising  
 
6th Nov 2014 Charlottetown Arrive 08:00 - Depart 17:00
 
7th Nov 2014 Cruising  
 
8th Nov 2014 Halifax Arrive 07:00 - Depart 16:00

As your ship comes into port, a bagpiper will welcome you to Halifax, the capital city of Nova Scotia. The “City of Trees” offers the charm and warmth of a small town along with all the things to see and do that you would expect from a great city. Citadel Hill and the Acadian Country are just a few of the sights that will welcome your arrival here.
9th Nov 2014 Boston Arrive 12:00 - Depart 20:00

The cradle of the American Revolution and one of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston remains the metropolitan centre of New England. With its unrivalled historical interest, old New England charm, and cosmopolitan sophistication, walk the cobblestone and brick of the Freedom Trail and you'll see many monuments to Boston's rich history. You'll pass the site of the Boston Massacre and go on to Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere's House, and Charlestown, among many other places central to American history.
10th Nov 2014 Cruising  
 
11th Nov 2014 Kings Wharf Arrive 11:30

King's Wharf has something for everyone. Sample typical island food and stroll through the shops and museums of the Royal Naval Dockyard. Sail the clear waters of Hamilton Sound or find quaint gems at the Bermuda Arts Centre and Craft Market.
12th Nov 2014 Kings Wharf Depart 15:30
 
13th Nov 2014 Cruising  
 
14th Nov 2014 Cruising  
 
15th Nov 2014 Fort Lauderdale Arrive 06:00 - Depart 16:30

Experience what is referred to by many as ‘Florida's Most Beautiful Mile' – take the memorable Riverwalk along the New River in downtown and explore the variety of restaurants, museums, shops and boutiques complemented with lush, tropical scenery. If walking is not for you, take advantage of the old-style riverboats and cruse around the waterways the ‘Venice of America.' With its seven miles of beautiful beaches and 185 miles of waterways, Fort Lauderdale also offers the perfect setting for snorkelling and diving enthusiasts to observe the tropical undersea life and coral reefs.
16th Nov 2014 Cruising  
 
17th Nov 2014 Cruising  
 
18th Nov 2014 Cartagena Arrive 07:00 - Depart 15:00
 
19th Nov 2014 Colon Arrive 09:00 - Depart 19:00

As the capital of Colón Province on Panama's central Caribbean coast, Colón lies at the very heart of the country's rich history and innovation. This important port town is less than an hour's drive from Panama's most historical attractions, so it's easy to fit in visits to sites like the Panama Railroad, Gatun Locks, and the old Spanish fortress, Fort San Lorenzo. And, of course, crystal blue waters and pure white sand is always a perfect setting to start off your cruise holiday.
20th Nov 2014 Panama Canal (Cruising) Arrive 06:00 - Depart 18:00

In the heart of Central America, the Panama Canal region is truly tropical with lush vegetation and rainforests. It is both an engineering marvel and one of the most significant waterways on earth. Stretching 50 miles from Panama City on the Pacific coast to Colón on the Atlantic side, it provides passage for ever 12,000 ocean-going vessels per year. Seeing your ship nudge its way through the narrow canal, with vast tracks of virgin jungle on both sides, is an unforgettable sight. Sure, it may only take a day to cruise the canal but the memory will last a lifetime.
21st Nov 2014 Cruising  
 
22nd Nov 2014 Puntarenas Arrive 07:00 - Depart 19:00

Tiny Puntarenas, on the Pacific Coast of Coast Rica, is situated between the volcanic beaches of the Golfo de Nicoya and some of the country's highest mountain peaks. Within a half-hour of the port, tropical jungles give up their secrets to the casual observer. Trees flash with colour as macaws, toucans, and parakeets take flight and howler monkeys scream in the distance.
23rd Nov 2014 Cruising  
 
24th Nov 2014 Puerto Quetzal Arrive 07:00 - Depart 18:00

Guatemala's largest Pacific Ocean port is also the gateway to some of the most fascinating and beautiful sightseeing in the country. Head north, through plantations where the air is perfumed with sugar cane and coffee, across mountain ridges overlooking beautiful Lake Atitlan. Or take a full-day tour from the coast. Cruise past volcano-guarded mountains, to the colonial capital of Antigua, where cobblestone streets and period architecture evoke the area's age-old Spanish colonial heritage.
25th Nov 2014 Cruising  
 
26th Nov 2014 Cruising  
 
27th Nov 2014 Puerto Vallarta Arrive 07:00 - Depart 14:30

Nestled on the 28-mile curve of Banderas Bay, Puerto Vallarta has steadfastly held onto its character. Red tile roofs and rows of balconies, spilling over with colourful bougainvillaea, still line its cobblestone streets and are a pleasure for both the eye and the camera. Spend a day exploring the Mexican countryside along the Mascota River past tropical vegetation, farmland, mangos, bananas and tropical fruits.
28th Nov 2014 Cabo San Lucas Arrive 07:00 - Depart 15:00

Once referred to as “the millionaires' sand box,” Cabo San Lucas is Mexico's “jewel” resort at the very tip of the Baja Peninsula. Its remote location and unspoiled beauty make this a seaside paradise. View the dramatic seascape of craggy rock arches and experience nature's spectacular phenomenon to mark “Land's End”.
29th Nov 2014 Cruising  
 
30th Nov 2014 San Diego Arrive 06:00

San Diego is California's “first guy”, with roots dating back to 1769. The historical Seaport Village, along the Embarcadero, is filled with fascinating shops and galleries. But if you wish to explore further, the world of San Diego is your oyster. No trip to San Diego is complete without a visit to the world famous San Diego Zoo. Enjoy the magnificent exhibits, which are the zoo's trademark. This wonderful experience will amaze both adults and children alike.