The night was a little stormy but all we felt was slight rocking for a short time.
The next two days were days at sea.
The Legend has a water park on the top deck, the boys spent quite a lot of time here and it wasn't too busy considering 600 children on board!
When it opens it has water everywhere and a big bucket that tips water on you and other gizmos. There are two slides, the yellow twister and the green thunder.
You stand up and the floor drops from underneath and you slide of the side of the ship in ten seconds flat. That is Jarrod above. Dad also had a go, Harrison stayed on the yellow one.
There was plenty to do. each evening we would check our activities for the next day and plot a course.
(that is an extra giant chess piece on the left)
We especially liked watching the shows at night.
On the Legend they had Playlist Productions , music and dancing and they were very polished.
We tried an art auction, trivia games, ABBA singalong, 70s singalong, learned towel animal folding, watched a puppet show, listened to Dr Seuss interactive storytime, and went to comedy shows, listened to plenty of music and Jarrod competed on stage at the Hasbro giant gameshow and won a prize!
We dressed for dinner, had zillions of photos taken, walked the decks, relaxed and even had a midday nap!
We took the boys along to the camp carnival childrens' club introduction talk, but they were not fussed about the activities on offer, Harrison tried a session for three minutes and then was ready to leave. I was hoping there would be a space for children to get together freely with games, lego etc, where they could free play and make friends, however these clubs are set up like American school camps, very organised.
So we free played around the ship and there was so much else to do on our family holiday.
The water was clear and we spotted flying fish.
It was definitely a fun filled trip and relaxing at the same time and we hadn't even got to our first port yet!
Next stop Mare, New Caledonia...