Carnival Legend is staying in the City by the Bay.
Carnival announced this week that the 2,214-passenger ship, which has been sailing from San Francisco since last year, will continue its San Francisco season sailings in 2025, alternating 10-day Alaska and 4-day Baja Mexico itineraries.
The Alaska sailings will start on May 12, 2025, and will include stops at Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan, along with Prince Rupert, B.C. in Canada. The Mexico sailings, which start before the Alaska sailings on May 8, include a stop in Ensenada, Mexico.
The ship will also sail two different Carnival Journeys itineraries—a 14-day Panama Canal cruising from Tampa to San Francisco before its residency in San Francisco, and a 15-day Hawaiian getaway sailing that will wrap up the season roundtrip from San Francisco.
The Hawaii sailing includes stops in Kahului, Maui; Honolulu, Oahu; Nawiliwili, Kauai; and Hilo, Hawaii; and Ensenada, Mexico.
All of the sailings are now open for booking.
“Carnival Miracle has been sailing from San Francisco since 2022, so we wanted to offer our guests a new option for the 2025 season – Carnival Legend is a sister ship to Carnival Miracle. She’s similar in size and layout, but offers some variety in terms of features and amenities,” said Fred Stein, vice president of revenue planning and deployment.
“Carnival Legend will be a perfect addition to the port as we continue to expand our West Coast service offerings and strengthen our position as the cruise line embarking more guests than any other operator from California.”