DolceBunnie x Royal Caribbean | Legend of the Seas || Part 1

She’s finally here! Following an extensive US$50 million revitalisation in 2013, Legend of the Seas is calling Brisbane home for the first time. 

During her five month season, Legend of the Seas will embark on 15 itineraries in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific ranging from two to 18 nights.  The ship will return to Brisbane for an extended summer season in October 2016.

I was lucky enough to join Royal Caribbean for a two-night cruise aboard Legend of the Seas. Click the links below for more details about the cruise:

Being one of the largest ships in Royal Caribbean’s fleet that is able to navigate the Brisbane River and dock at Portside Wharf in Hamilton, Legend of the Seas will blow your mind away with the extraordinary facilities available onboard that cater for people of all ages. I personally loved the 12-hole mini golf course, but if you are an adventure seeker, you are going to love the rock climbing wall. Prefer something more relaxing? Then you’ve gotta check out the Solarium, an ancient Roman themed adults only retreat with two whirlpools, a swimming pool and a cafe. There were plenty of entertainments options at night as well and my favourite had to be the aerial show held at the Central Atrium where two amazing acrobats showcased a mesmerising aerial performance inside of two dazzling hanging chandeliers. 

What are you waiting for?

*Disclaimer: I travelled as an invited guest of Royal Caribbean, however my opinion is as always, my own.

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