Legend of the Seas arrived in Barcelona today, marking the end of not just a cruise, but also its time sailing with Royal Caribbean International.
Launched in 1995, the 69,130 GT Legend of the Seas has come to the end of its operation with Royal Caribbean, 22 years after its maiden voyage in May 1995.
The ship will enter drydock, where it will receive various enhancements, before emerging as Thomson’s TUI Discovery 2, a sister to TUI Discovery, the former Splendour of the Seas.
The ship departed Dubai on March 14, on a 13-night Suez Canal & The Med cruise to Barcelona. TUI Discovery 2 will enter service with Thomson Cruises in May 2017, offering seven-night cruises from Malaga, Tenerife, and Montego Bay.
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