Cruise Legend


If it's your first time in Vancouver, we recommend you to stay a few days before or after your cruise. The city has so much to offer from museums, great food, China town, wild life and more. Activities for both day and night are plentiful. Read More
Metropolis at Metrotown is the largest shopping mall in British Colombia. Other shopping areas in downtown include Chinatown, Commercial Drive and of course Robson street. Robson street is considered to be Vancouver's main shopping street. Read More
Cruise ships dock right in the center of Vancouver at Canada Place. Almost one million cruise passengers come through the terminal each year. The popular cruise destination from Vancouver is of course Alaska. The Port Metro Vancouver is the largest port in Canada. It has two cruise terminals - Canada Place and Ballantyne Pier. Both are equipped with the best available tourist facilities. Canada Place terminal, which is located near Vancouver downtown, was recently enlarged to host four megaships. It receives around 900,000 passengers annually. Ballantyne terminal can host two megaships, and it is a bit far from the city center. It’ll take you a taxi drive of 15-20 minutes and a fare of $20 to get there. Walking is not the best option. Both terminals are filled with taxis and tourist information centers. Read More
The population of Vancouver is about 600.000 (greater Vancouver 2.4 million). English is most widely spoken but French, German and Chinese are also frequently heard. The currency is the Canadian Dollar. 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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