Legend of the Seas

Here she comes… early start in Cork harbour, the first liner of the year has arrived, 69,130 tons of luxury carrying up to 2,074 passengers. Its facilities include a golf course, a theater and cinema, a solarium, two pools, a spa, a fitness center, a 2 story dining room called the Romeo & Juliet, the Windjammer Cafe, 4 themed bars, a shopping center, a piano bar, an observation center, and even a rock-climbing wall. During the winter period the ship is based at Fort Lauderdale for Caribbean cruises. In the summer period in 2014 she'll offer cruises to Northern Europe where she visits ports in the Baltic Sea and Norway and Cobh!

Legend of the Seas from Spike Island

Legends of the Seas is the first liner to visit Cork this year, many more to come. We have worked around the clock to deliver on time the new dockside internet access point in Cobh Whitepoint Moorings.

Dockside is a SeaFi product specialy designed for crews of ships visiting ports equipped with SeaFi Horizon.  SeaFi Horizon turns a port into a gigantic Local Area Network (LAN) once in place access points called Dockside stations allow crewmates to use their smartphones to connect to the internet.


I would like to thank all the Port of Cork team for the kind support we have received especially on the field. Cork Pilots in the port operations were also instrumental, their advices, views comments have been invaluable in the development of SeaFi in Cork harbour. The access point was successfully tested by our team for several weeks now and the crew of the US Navy frigate Leyte Gulf were the first to use Sea~Fi Dockside to call and send emails to their relatives left home using internet (VOIP). We hope the passengers of Legends of the Seas will appreciate as well the possibility of using their Twitter, Facebook, Google, connecting their iPhone, iPads and other Android devices to the quay wall of Cobh…


Legend of the Seas entering Cork harbour

Written by : Arnaud Disant