Cruise Legend


Auckland has plenty to offer those who are only here for one day. To get the most out of your visit though do a little research beforehand so you don’t miss the best bits! Read More
Auckland is surrounded by sea and temperatures are never extreme. It is generally sunny, and January and February (summer in NZ) are the driest months. Rare summer rain showers don’t last long. Read More
Some of New Zealand’s best museums and galleries are in or near the CBD. Many more are a little further out. For details of these, go to the Tourist Information Office near the cruise ship terminal. Read More
The Link buses are probably the most used means of transport by city visitors. Ferries services cross the harbour. The bus, rail and ferry transport hub is within three minutes of the cruise terminal. Read More
New Zealanders are well known for their relaxed and friendly manner. Informal dress is acceptable in most places and there is no tipping required anywhere, unless to acknowledge exceptional service. Read More
The heart of Auckland city is 5 minutes from your ship. The principal wharf is even closer to many lively bars, restaurants and cafes, the Ferry Terminal, the Maritime Museum and historic vessels. Read More
Population: 1,4 million. Area: 483 km². Currency: NZ dollar. Language: English. Also Maori (particularly in placenames) and many Asian languages. Temperature: 22-25C in summer, 11-14 in winter. Read More
Year built 2001
Shipyard/Builder Kvaerner Masa-Yards (Finland)
Registry Bahamas
Passengers (Max) 3835
Crew size 1185
Decks 15
Gross tonnage 138000
Length 1020 feet
Beam (Max) 157,5 feet
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