In 2021, Carnival Cruise Line will have company's most extensive European season ever planned. The diverse 2020 schedule of Carnival Legend includes calls at 58 ports in 21 different countries, including Carnival’s first-ever voyages to the Greek Isles and a Transatlantic crossing via Iceland. Following the European season, Legend will shift to an year-round homeporting in Baltimore MD - beginning November 2021.
Carnival Legend is scheduled to reposition for her European season via a 15-day transatlantic crossing out of Tampa to Barcelona between March 26-April 10, 2021, with calls at Nassau, Bermuda, Ponta Delgada, Malaga, and Valencia. From there, the liner will operate a range of itineraries from Barcelona, Civitavecchia-Rome and Dover, including:
- Norwegian Fjords, Scandinavia and Russia: 9-day Norwegian Fjords (June 4 & July 16) and 12-day Scandinavia and Russia (July 25 & August 15) from London (Dover)
- Iceland and British Isles: 9-day British Isles (June 25 & August 6) and 12-day Iceland & British Isles (June 13 & July 4) from London (Dover)
- Greek Isles and Italy: 10-day (September 5 & 24) and 11-day Greek Isles and Italy (October 4) from Rome (Civitavecchia)
- Western Europe and Mediterranean: 8-day Mediterranean (May 17 & October 23) from Barcelona, 10-day western Europe (May 25) from Barcelona, 9-day western Europe (August 27) from London (Dover), 8- and 9-day Mediterranean (September 15 & October 15) from Rome (Civitavecchia)
The program ends with a 14-day Transatlantic cruise (Barcelona to Baltimore, October 31-November 14).
Carnival Legend is scheduled to kick off her year-round schedule from Baltimore on November 14, 2021, operating 7-day voyages departing every Sunday. The Baltimore-based program of the ship includes a 14-day Carnival Journeys – Panama Canal cruise departing on January 9, 2022.
Carnival Pride is due to assume Legend’s schedule of 6-, 7-and 8-day voyages beginning November 14, 2021. The ship will also sail on a 14-day Carnival Journeys voyage from Baltimore to Tampa (October 31- November 14, 2021), featuring a partial Panama Canal transit.