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Seabourn Sells Legend?

Update: The ship has not been sold, according to a spokeswoman for Holland America Line and Seabourn.

According to a source familiar with the matter, Seabourn Cruise Line may have sold the 1991-built Seabourn Legend.

The Legend entered service in 1992 for Kloster Cruise as the Royal Viking Queen, and was the star of the 1997 movie Speed 2: Cruise Control, where the vessel was crashed into the town of Marigot, St. Martin, after being “re-programmed.”

The 10,000-ton ship has capacity for 208 passengers, similar to sisters Seabourn Pride and Spirit, compared to 450 passengers each for the three new Seabourn ships.

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