Carnival Cruise Line continues to strengthen its offerings in Galveston, Texas, by adding Carnival Legend to the list of vessels that will homeport at the island city by the fall of 2025 until early 2026.
Joining Carnival Dream, Carnival Breeze, and Carnival Jubilee in the Lonestar State, the Spirit-class cruise ship will sail Western Caribbean itineraries four- to 10-nights long.
Its voyages include popular destinations such as Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Montego Bay, Cabo San Lucas, and more. Take a closer look at its scheduled sailings below.
Western Caribbean Sailings
Tour the Western Caribbean region with alternating four and 5-day cruises from the fall of 2025 until the first few months of 2026. The 4-day cruise features a stop in Cozumel, Mexico, while the 5-day journey includes two stops in Mexico, Cozumel and Progreso.
The December 18, 2025, Christmas itinerary will stop at Cozumel, Costa Maya, and Mahogany Bay in Roatan.
Meanwhile, the 10-day voyage offers an exotic list of destinations—Ocho Rios and Montego Bay, Jamaica; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; Cozumel and Belize, Mexico; and Mahogany Bay, Roatan.
Carnival Journeys That Explore the Panama Canal
Before homeporting in the country’s 4th most popular cruise port, the Legend will go on a 16-day Carnival Journeys cruise from Mexico in October 2025. It will have port stops at Puntarenas, Costa Rica; Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; and Cartagena, Colombia.
Its second Carnival Journeys itinerary will leave from Galveston in February 2026 and be 14 days long. The exhaustive list of bucket-list-worthy destinations includes Curacao; Aruba; Montego Bay, Jamaica; Colon, Panama; Cartagena, Colombia; Cozumel, Mexico; and Limon, Costa Rica.
There will also be 10-day sailings that explore the Panama Canal in October and December of 2025 and March 2026.
Built in 2001, and refurbished in 2014, Carnival Legend has the line’s latest amenities. Eighty percent of Spirit-class ships have balconies.
Carnival added their third cruise ship to Galveston in 2015 with Carnival Freedom.