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Sky Deck 8
Observation Lounge/Sky bar and grill, Sun deck
Spa Deck 7
Bridge, Radio Room, Fitness Center and Spa, Pool and Whirlpools, Veranda Cafe
Oslo Deck 6
Passenger staterooms, Casino, The Club, Boutique
Whirlpool, passenger staterooms, Business Center, Tour office, King Olav Lounge, computer center, Purser, Cruise Director
Stavanger Deck 4
Epicurean Deck 3
Medical center, Marina, The Restaurant
Just off the main staircase is a duty-free shop for fine jewelry, scents, fashions and sundries. (Deck 6 Midships)
A quiet, comfortable room lined with fiction, nonfiction and reference books, as well as magazines, newspapers and an extensive collection of classic and current films on DVD for loan. ( Deck 6 Midships)
On the starboard side just forward of the show lounge is a computer center with four workstations equipped with a complete Microsoft Office suite of software and web browsers, and a printer. (Deck 5 Midships)
Circling the Main Staircase, business desks for the Pursers and Tours offices, and a card room where bridge lessons and tournaments are frequently scheduled. (Deck 5 Midships)
Self Service Launderette
A complimentary launderette for guests’ use. (Deck 4 Forward)
The ship has a small, simple medical facility staffed by a physician and a nurse, capable of short-term treatment of illnesses and injuries. It is neither equipped nor staffed for ongoing treatment of many pre-existing conditions and any guest with a condition that requires such treatment should contact Seabourn in advance of booking to ensure that their condition can be accommodated. (Deck 3 Forward)
The Seabourn Legend is identical to her sister ships Seabourn Pride and Seabourn Spirit, the latter gaining attention when she was attacked by pirates off the coast of Somalia, in November 2005. Like her sister ships, the Seabourn Legend is fitted with a Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD), designed as a non-lethal method to fend off attackers.
Seabourn’s highly inclusive onboard experience provides an array of thoughtful enhancements to shipboard and shoreside services called Signature Delights that add luxury and value for guests aboard the three 208-guest Yachts of Seabourn. Signature Delights include complimentary service of spirits and wines including French champagne throughout every cruise; award-winning cuisine designed by celebrity chef Charlie Palmer and served in the ships’ open-seating Restaurants; free Massage Moments for guests on deck; indulgent Pure Pampering therapeutic bathing selections from Molton Brown and an Exclusively Seabourn complimentary shore experience on every cruise.
Launched: 1988, 1996 as Seabourn Legend
Length: 404 ft.
Draft: 16.5 ft.
All accommodations are ocean-view suites of 277 square feet or more, many with balconies. Suites have a stocked bar, flat-screen TV and DVD player and Bose Wave stereo CD player. Superb cuisine created by celebrity chef Charlie Palmer is served in an open-seating restaurant. Alternative casual dining is available in the indoor/outdoor Veranda Café. Guests may also enjoy dinner served, course-by-course, in the privacy of their suites.
|Standard Suite||277||Sq. ft.|
|Seabourn Suite||277||Sq. ft. w/veranda|
|Classic Suite||400||Sq. ft. w/veranda|
|Double Suite||544||Sq. ft. w/veranda|
|Owner's Suite||530-555||Sq. ft. w/veranda|
The ship’s main dining venue is an elegant room capable of seating all guests. Breakfasts, luncheons and dinners are served in an open-seating style, inviting guests to dine where, when and with whom they wish at every meal. During extended dinner hours, guests can order from The Restaurant menu and have their meal served by a waiter in their suite. (Deck 3 Midships)
Veranda Café/Restaurant 2
During the day, the Veranda Café is a popular option for lavish buffet-style breakfasts and lunches enjoyed either indoors or outside overlooking the wake. In the evening, it is transformed into Restaurant 2, alternately serving innovative small-plates tasting menus or regionally themed bistro-style dinners. (Deck 7 Aft)
Breakfast, lunch and dinner poolside.
If you're in the mood for a late night pizza or just some fresh crudités in your suite, the Odyssey offers an extensive room service menu around the clock. During dinner hours, you can choose to have dinner served course by course in your suite, complete with fine linens and personal service.
Situated all the way forward on Deck 8, directly over the navigation bridge, this lounge offers panoramic views, Early Risers’ coffee and tea, occasional gatherings for fun events like team trivia quizzes and Liar’s Club, daily afternoon tea and quiet music for conversation after dinner.
Occupying a terrace overlooking the pool deck below, this is a popular place to gather for drinks in the open air. Occasional lunches and dinners are offered at the Sky Grill, serving grilled specialties and simple sides.
Swimming Pool/Whirlpool Spas
A small plunge swimming pool is located just forward of the Veranda Café entry. A pair of large whirlpool spas forms the centerpiece of an area of open deck midships for relaxing on loungers in a mix of sun and shade. This area is also the location for occasional Movies Under the Stars on deck.
The Spa at Seabourn
An award-winning spa offering a wide range of treatments and rituals by highly skilled staff. A fully equipped gym and full-service beauty salon share this space with men’s and women’s saunas, steam rooms, and treatment facilities including wraps, dry float and multi-discipline massage. (Deck 7 Midships)
This lively bar and lounge is a popular place for dancing to live music before and after dinner. Later, a DJ plays recorded music into the wee hours. (Deck 6 Aft)
Adjacent to The Club is a small casino offering blackjack, Poker, Roulette and slot machines. (Deck 6)
The ship’s main show lounge is large enough to accommodate all guests. During the day, it is the site of lectures, cooking demonstrations, movies and other functions. A live band plays for dancing before dinner, and after-dinner entertainment includes cabaret performances, comedy and classical recitals.(Deck 5 Aft)
Forward Whirlpool Spa
Located all the way forward on open deck is a single large whirlpool spa. (Deck 5 Forward)
Water Sports Marina
The ship has a fold-out water sports Marina that can be deployed when the ship is at anchor in some locations. Once deployed, the Marina provides a platform from which guests can enjoy board sailing, water-skiing, banana boat rides, pedal boats and kayaks. The Marina also has a stainless steel mesh enclosure that permits protected swimming in the sea. (Deck 3 Aft)